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Future Internet, Volume 10, Issue 4 (April 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) The web was initially conceived as a mean for humans to share information and resources through [...] Read more. The web was initially conceived as a mean for humans to share information and resources through linked pages. Now, it is moving to a web of data constituted by interoperable and semantically enriched linked data that can be directly consumed and produced by machines. Detecting and communicating changes in such a wide web of data is a challenging research topic and is also fundamental for the development of dynamic, interoperable, distributed and context-aware services and applications. The SPARQL Event Processing Architecture is an attempt to provide a solution in this context. View this paper.