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Author Powers, Shelley.
Title Practical RDF / Shelley Powers.
Imprint Beijing ; Cambridge : O'Reilly, 2003.

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Author Powers, Shelley.
Subject RDF (Document markup language)
Cataloging of computer network resources.
Semantic Web.
Description 1 online resource (xv, 331 pages) : illustrations
Note Includes index.
Contents 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 -- Talking RDF: Lingo and Vocabulary -- The Basic Elements Within the RDF/XML Syntax -- Serializing RDF to XML -- RDF Blank Nodes -- URI References -- 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 -- Collections -- Reification: The RDF Big Ugly -- Important Concepts from the W3C RDF Vocabulary/Schema -- RDF Vocabulary: Describing the Data -- Core RDF Schema Elements -- Refining RDF Vocabularies with Constraints -- RDF Schema Alternatives -- Creating an RDF Vocabulary -- How RDF Vocabularies Differ from XML Vocabularies -- Defining the Vocabulary: Business and Scope -- Defining the Vocabulary: Elements -- Formalizing the Vocabulary with RDFS -- Integrating the Dublin Core -- Editing, Parsing, and Browsing RDF/XML -- BrownSauce -- Parsers -- Editors -- Jena: RDF in Java -- Overview of the Classes -- Creating and Serializing an RDF Model -- Parsing and Querying an RDF Document -- In-Memory Versus Persistent Model Storage -- RDF and Perl, PHP, and Python -- RDF/XML and Perl -- RDF API for PHP.
Summary 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.
ISBN 9780596515614 (electronic bk.)
0596515618 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 54116485
Additional Format Print version: 0596002637 (OCoLC)51527158

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