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Practical RDF

Author: Shelley Powers
Publisher: Sebastopol : O'Reilly Media, 2003.
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The Resource Description Framework (RDF) is a structure for describing and interchanging metadata on the Web--anything from library catalogs and worldwide directories to bioinformatics, Mozilla internal data structures, and knowledge bases for artificial intelligence projects. RDF provides a consistent framework and syntax for describing and querying data, making it possible to share website descriptions more  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Powers, Shelley.
Practical RDF.
Sebastopol : O'Reilly Media, ©2003
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Shelley Powers
ISBN: 9780596515614 0596515618
OCLC Number: 863821249
Notes: RDF/XML and Perl.
Description: 1 online resource (352 pages)
Contents: Table of Contents; Preface; Audience; Structure of This Book; Conventions Used in This Book; How to Contact Us; Acknowledgments; RDF: An Introduction; The Semantic Web and RDF: A Brief History; The Specifications; When to Use and Not Use RDF; Some Uses of RDF/XML; Related Technologies; Going Forward; RDF: Heart and Soul; The Search for Knowledge; The RDF Triple; The Basic RDF Data Model and the RDF Graph; URIs; RDF Serialization: N3 and N-Triples; A Brief Look at N3; N-Triples; Talking RDF: Lingo and Vocabulary; Graphs and Subgraphs; Ground and Not Graph; Entailment. The Basic Elements Within the RDF/XML SyntaxSerializing RDF to XML; Striped Syntax; Predicates; Namespaces and QNames; RDF Blank Nodes; URI References; Resolving Relative URIs and xml:base; Resolving References with rdf:ID; Representing Structured Data with rdf:value; The rdf:type Property; RDF/XML Shortcuts; More on RDF Data Types; RDF/XML: Separate Documents or Embedded Blocks; Specialized RDF Relationships: Reification, Containers, and Collections; Containers; Containers as Covered Within the Initial Specification Release; Containers as Typed Nodes; Containers Today; Collections. Reification: The RDF Big UglyReified Statements; The Necessity of Reification and Metastatements; A Shorthand Reification Syntax; What Reification Solves; Implying trust; Metadata about statements; Important Concepts from the W3C RDF Vocabulary/Schema; RDF Vocabulary: Describing the Data; Metadata's Role in Existing Applications; RDF Schema: Metadata Repository; Core RDF Schema Elements; Overview of the RDF Classes; Demonstrations of the RDF Schema Properties; Refining RDF Vocabularies with Constraints; RDF Schema Alternatives; Creating an RDF Vocabulary. How RDF Vocabularies Differ from XML VocabulariesDefining the Vocabulary: Business and Scope; Defining the Vocabulary: Elements; The PostCon Domain Elements; Prototyping the Vocabulary; Adding Repeating Values; Adding a Container; Adding in a Value; Formalizing the Vocabulary with RDFS; What Is a Class and What Is a Property?; Defining the Vocabulary Classes; Defining the Properties; Integrating the Dublin Core; An Overview of the Dublic Core MetaData Element Set; Dublin Core in RDF/XML; Qualified Dublin Core; Mixing Vocabularies; Using DC-dot to Generate DC RDF. Editing, Parsing, and Browsing RDF/XMLBrownSauce; Parsers; ARP2; ICS-FORTH Validating RDF Parser; Editors; IsaViz; RDF Editor in Java; Jena: RDF in Java; Overview of the Classes; The Underlying Parser; The Model; The Query; DAML+OIL; Creating and Serializing an RDF Model; Very Quick Simple Look; Encapsulating the Vocabulary in a Java Wrapper Class; Adding More Complex Structures; Creating a Typed Node; Creating a Container; Parsing and Querying an RDF Document; Just Doing a Basic Dump; Accessing Specific Values; In-Memory Versus Persistent Model Storage; RDF and Perl, PHP, and Python.

Abstract:

The Resource Description Framework (RDF) is a structure for describing and interchanging metadata on the Web--anything from library catalogs and worldwide directories to bioinformatics, Mozilla internal data structures, and knowledge bases for artificial intelligence projects. RDF provides a consistent framework and syntax for describing and querying data, making it possible to share website descriptions more easily. RDF's capabilities, however, have long been shrouded by its reputation for complexity and a difficult family of specifications. Practical RDF breaks through this re.

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