RDF Patch – Describing Changes to an RDF Dataset(About) RDF Patch is a file format for recording changes made to an RDF dataset. It can be used for replicating changes between multiple copies of the same dataset or as an incremental backups format. The design emphasizes deployment concerns such as scalability and efficient processing.
dipLODocus[RDF](About) dipLODocus[RDF] is a new system for RDF data processing supporting both simple transactional queries and complex analytics efficiently. dipLODocus[RDF] is based on a novel hybrid storage model considering RDF data both from a graph perspective (by storing RDF subgraphs or RDF molecules) and from a "vertical" analytics perspective (by storing compact lists of literal values for a given attribute).
Serialising Java Objects to RDF with Jersey(About) Jersey is the reference implementation of JSR311 (JAX-RS) the Java API for RESTful Web Services. In short JSR311 makes it easy to publish graphs of Java Objects to the web, and implement update and POST semantics - all this using simple java annotations. It makes it easy for Java developers to do the right thing when writing data to the web.
RESTful Web Services: the book(About) That's RDF for you. It's so simple I am able to explain it to people in bars within a minute. Here is an example, which says that my name is Henry: "Henry Story". Click on the URLs and you will GET their meaning. Since resources can return any number of representations, different user agents can get the representation they prefer.
tagtriples from Phil Dawes(About) 'tagtriples' - a experimental format for exchanging and aggregating structured metadata. It's based on RDF ideas, but emphasises simplicity over precision. 2005-03-23
Fresnel - Display Vocabulary for RDF(About) Presenting Semantic Web content in a human-readable way consists in addressing two issues: specifying what information contained in an RDF graph should be presented and how this information should be presented. We developed Fresnel as a browser-independent vocabulary of core RDF display concepts applicable across different representation paradigms and output formats.
XTech 2006: Semantics Through the Tag(About) This paper will discuss how tagging can be separated from the
services that provide them, allowing use of tags as separate
entities. This separation will use a mapping of tags to and from
RDF, showing how the context of tags (who, where, when made them) can
be represented and preserved. There are multiple choices for
modelling tags in this way which will be discussed along with their
benefits and some of the unusual uses of tags will be considered as
well as the different way that existing tagging services use tagging
The paper will also discuss methods of how to find the meaning of a
tag – going from a tag to something a human can understand as a
description, which may be evolving – in a decentralized, web friendly
way. Without the use of ontologies!
ActiveRDF: object-oriented RDF in Ruby(About) Abstract: Although most developers are object-oriented, programming RDF is triple-oriented. Bridging this gap, by developing a truly ob ject-oriented API that uses domain terminology, is not straightforward, because of the dynamic and semi-structured nature of RDF and the openworld semantics of RDF Schema.
We present ActiveRDF, our object-oriented library for accessing RDF
data. ActiveRDF is completely dynamic, offers full manipulation and
querying of RDF data, does not rely on a schema and can be used against
different data-stores. In addition, the integration with the popular Rails
framework enables very easy development of Semantic Web applications.