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NYC LOCAL: Tuesday 21 September 2010 Lisp NYC: Gary Warren King on the A

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Subject: NYC LOCAL: Tuesday 21 September 2010 Lisp NYC: Gary Warren King on the AllegroGraph RDF Datastore
Date: Wed, 08 Dec 2010 16:01:42 -0000

  what="official Lisp NYC announcement"
  place-of-meeting="Port of Authority Weapons Building
                    76 Ninth Avenue near 15th Street
                    Island of the Manahattoes"
  note="rsvp required, see below"
  edits="some blank lines removed">

 Date: Mon, 20 Sep 2010 12:25:01 -0400
 From: heow <>
 To: LispNYC <>
 Subject: [Lisp] Reminder: Lisp Meeting, Tuesday September 21st at Google

 Join us Tuesday, September 21st from 7:00 to 9:00 at Google.  Note this 
 month's meeting is on the third Tuesday, the 21st.

 Name-only RSVP is required:

 - h

 Gary Warren King presents the AllegroGraph RDF Datastore Internals

 Graph Databases have become a hot topic within the growing NoSQL 
 movement because they provide Scalability, Flexibility, Social Network 
 Analytics, Event Processing, GeoSpatial Reasoning, and more.

 AllegroGraph has emerged as an industry leading high-performance, 
 persistent graph database that scales beyond billions of triples. 
 AllegroGraph provides unique Event Processing capabilities that are 
 being incorporated into new Semantic Web applications such as Amdocs' 
 AIDA platform.

 Gary Warren King describes AllegroGraph's, path finding, Social 
 Networking Analytics, GeoSpatial Reasoning and type inference details 
 all of which work together in AllegroGraph's novel scalability strategy. 
 There will be also be some speculative discussion about use cases for 
 Google's July 2010 acquisition of the largest Semantic Technology 
 Company - Metaweb/Freebase.

 Name-only RSVP is required:

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Jay Sulzberger <>
Corresponding Secretary LXNY
LXNY is New York's Free Computing Organization.

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