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From Rupert Westenthaler <>
Subject Re: Working with large RDF data
Date Sat, 14 Sep 2013 07:09:31 GMT
Hi Arthi

AFAIK the reasoning and rule components of Apache Stanbol are intended
to be used in "Sessions". They are not intended to be used on a whole
knowledge base. A typical use case could be validating RDF data
retrieved from a remote Server (e.g. Linked Data) against some
validation rules. Rewriting RDF generated by the Enhancer (Refactor
Engine) ...

Applying Rules and Reasoning on a whole knowledge base (RDF data that
do not fit in-memory) is not a typical use case.

Based on your problem description you might want to have a look onto

* Apache Marmotta and the Kiwi Triple Store
( This is
a Sesame Sail implementation that supports reasoning
* OWLLIM ( Commercial product also
implementing Reasoning on top of the Sesame API.

But I am not an export in those topics so there might be additional
options I am not aware of.

hope this helps

On Fri, Sep 13, 2013 at 1:48 PM,  <> wrote:
> Hi,
>   I have large RDF data.
>    The requirement is to be able to reason / run rules on this data /
> search this data along with any other unstructured data which  I have enhanced using
> Any pointers on how I can achieve this?
> Thanking you and Rgds,
> Arthi
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