Mr Ruben VERBORGH (Universiteit Gent)
The availability of Linked Data is no longer a bottleneck, but the availability of query-able access to that data is the Semantic Web's Achilles heel. As such, building stable applications on top of live data remains an unrealistic endeavor. In this talk, we look at a new way to publishing query-able Linked Data with low cost. With Triple Pattern Fragments, servers offer a limited interface that allows clients to execute complex queries efficiently. In particular, we will focus on the impact of this interface for machine-processable data of scientific publications, and its effects on longterm sustainability and preservation of this data.