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Denormalizing graph-shaped data

As nicely pointed out by Ilya Katsov: Denormalization can be defined as the copying of the same data into multiple documents or tables in order to simplify/optimize query processing or to fit the user’s data into a particular data model. So, I was wondering, why is – in Ilya’s write-up – denormalization not considered to be … Continue reading

… you end up with a graph

Quite often I hear people coming up with rather strange explanations why we use graphs, or to be more specific for the Web case, RDF. Some think that the reason is to make the developer’s life harder. Right. It’s so much easier to understand a key-value structure. And there are the ones who claim that … Continue reading