- Keywords: Mapping language, RDF graph generation
- TL;DR: We investigate a set of mapping languages that inhibit complementary characteristics, and present an initial set of comparative characteristics.
- Abstract: RDF generation processes is becoming more interoperable, reusable, and maintainable due to the increased usage of mapping languages: languages used to describe how to generate an RDF graph from (semi-)structured data. This leads to a rise of new mapping languages, each with different characteristics. However, it is not clear which mapping language can be used for a given task. Thus, a comparative framework is needed. In this paper, we investigate a set of mapping languages that inhibit complementary characteristics, and present an initial set of comparative characteristics based on requirements put forward by those mapping languages. Initial investigation found 9 broad characteristics, classified in 3 categories. To further formalize and complete the set of characteristics, further investigation is needed, requiring a joint effort of the community.
- Contribution: Position papers (6-8 pages)