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A Semantic Triple Store Built on MongoDB

An interesting semantic triple store data modeling exercise with MongoDB:

In the MongoDB version of my semantic store I take a different approach to storing the basic building blocks of semantic knowledge representation. For starters I decided that typical ABox and TBox knowledge has really quite different storage requirements and that smashing all the complex TBox assertions into simple triples and stringing them together with meta fields only to immediately join then back up whenever needed just seemed like a bad idea from the NOSQL / document-database perspective.

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Original title and link: A Semantic Triple Store Built on MongoDB (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)