Objects as results from graph queries using an ORM and generated semantic-relational binding
Marc-Antoine Parent, Collective Intelligence R&D manager at Imagination for People (CATALYST consortium’s partner), published a poster and an explanation paper entitled “Objects as results from graph queries using an ORM and generated semantic-relational binding” on the occasion of the 13th International Semantic Web Conference that took place in Trentino, Italy, from October 19 to 23, 2014. CATALYST and more specifically Assembl are the concrete examples chosen by Mr. Parent to image his theory. CATALYST is a project funded by the European Commission that aims to create a real ecosystem of tools from pre-existing development, which required a full interoperability. All technical partners decided to use Linked Data to get to this point. This poster and its related article will also guide you through solutions for proxies to data storage and generated semantic-relational binding for Assembl.