Format conversions for graph data with annotations
This project is designed for bachelor students.
Description: For many use cases, modeling and querying data in the form of graphs is more natural and more efficient than using a more traditional, table-based SQL database. However, in contrast to such SQL databases with the relational data model as their foundation, for graph data and graph-based databases there exists several different abstract data models. The most prominent examples of such data models are the Property Graph model and the Resource Description Framework (RDF). In recent work at Linköping University we have developed yet another such data model, called RDF*, that extends the RDF model with features from the Property Graph model. The main purpose of this new RDF* model is to serve as a stepping stone for reconciling the other models with each other and, thus, to ultimately enable a seamless conversion of data across the different data models. While we already have formal definitions of such conversions, the goal of this project is to develop an algorithm that implements these conversions.
Prerequisites: Students who want to work on this project should have read a course on Database Technology. Familiarity with Java is another requirement.
Page responsible: Olaf Hartig
Last updated: 2017-10-11