Improvised Security for RDF Using Random Salt and Levels with Bi-Directional Translation to Relational Database

Provided by: International Journal of Computer Science and Network
Topic: Data Management
Format: PDF
A middleware framework is required for semantic web applications to access data from relational databases and legacy storage systems, without replication or synchronization. Resource Description Framework (RDF) is one such type of middleware framework which bridges the gap between two needs. Though, there were some efforts to publish relational data as resource description framework triples, they present the existing data into respective RDF stack only in read-only manner, also in dearth of security. This paper accomplishes such in vulnerabilities by enhancing a nexus to be bi-directional, allowing data updates specified as triples to be sent back to the relational database as tuples.

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