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STTL: A SPARQL-based Transformation Language for RDF

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Abstract

The general research question addressed in this paper is: "How to transform RDF into other languages". This is of prime interest to present data selected and extracted from the Web of data in a format suitable for the user (e.g., HTML or CSV). Moreover, RDF can be viewed as a meta-model to represent on the Web of data other languages and models. The above research question then becomes: "How to generate the concrete syntax of expressions of a given language from their RDF representation". To answer these questions, we present SPARQL Template Transformation Language (STTL), a generic RDF transformation rule language, independent from the output language. We conceived it as a lightweight syntactic extension to SPARQL and we show how to compile it into standard SPARQL. We present a generic transformation rule engine implementing STTL and several RDF transformers we defined for various output languages, showing STTL's expressive power.
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hal-01150623 , version 1 (11-05-2015)

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Olivier Corby, Catherine Faron Zucker. STTL: A SPARQL-based Transformation Language for RDF. 11th International Conference on Web Information Systems and Technologies, May 2015, Lisbon, Portugal. ⟨hal-01150623⟩
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