RWTH Aachen University
Read/write infrastructures are often predicted to be the next big challenge for linked data. In the domains of open data and cultural heritage, this is already an urgent need. They require the exchange of partial graphs, personalized views on data and a need for trust. A strong versioning model supported by provenance is therefore crucial. However, current triple stores handle storage rather naïvely and don not seem up for the challenge. In this paper, the authors introduce R&Wbase, a new approach build on the principles of distributed version control.