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Database for storing strongly typed directed hypergraphs
Database for storing strongly typed directed hypergraphs

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YUP, HyperGraphDB supports JSON document storage (*), just like MongoDB, is transactional, unlike MongoDB which isn't, and the documents are actually graphs, therefore all interlinked through the graph structure transparently, so you can match up any structural patterns.

http://java.dzone.com/articles/you-definitely-shouldnt-use?mz=36885-nosql

(*) http://hypergraphdb.org/learn?page=Json&project=hypergraphdb
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This paper develops an extension to SPARQL supporting graph paths and "folders" (essentially subgraphs) called FPSPARQL, and then does some common practical queries comparing performance with SPARQL and HyperGraphDB circa 2010. It would be interesting to run their performance tests with the latest version of HyperGraphDB, in particular using the subgraph implementation.

http://arxiv.org/abs/1211.5817

#hypergraphdb   #nosq   #programming   #semanticweb
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