OSi Triple Pattern Fragments Server 1

Boundaries -- metadata and 100m generalizations

Query Boundaries -- metadata and 100m generalizations by triple pattern

Matches in Boundaries -- metadata and 100m generalizations for { ?s ?p "POLYGON ((-9.12454934026109 52.8572668765495, -9.1092020047584 52.8574507803664, -9.10679034203868 52.8623930127804, -9.10834163250546 52.8637375189537, -9.10383555827108 52.8642266966947, -9.10007382070851 52.8627336280222, -9.09654660584811 52.8649029145777, -9.09359310790576 52.8626866319957, -9.0903107134989 52.8630025488406, -9.08826343849452 52.8664832118228, -9.09016307105867 52.8678446057478, -9.09842126029859 52.8716028981212, -9.10495279901489 52.8709552815461, -9.10679465196858 52.8691035583349, -9.11173821004421 52.8697221933679, -9.11740262752237 52.8657794832864, -9.12341256743495 52.8654949456108, -9.1340660182381 52.8630847331611, -9.13111760966346 52.8557720541286, -9.12773567001875 52.8553642189951, -9.12454934026109 52.8572668765495))"^^http://www.opengis.net/ont/geosparql#wktLiteral }

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