RDF and OWL are two important Semantic Web technologies.
The Semantic Web is a framework for sharing data between companies, applications, enterprises, communities, and people, independent of platform and software.
RDF and OWL are key Semantic Web technologies.
RDF is a language for describing Web resources, such as the title, author, modification date, content, and copyright information of a Web page.
If you want to learn more about RDF, please visit W3Schools' RDF Tutorial.
OWL is built on top of RDF, and is a language for processing information on the internet.
If you want to learn more about OWL, please visit W3Schools' RDF Tutorial.
SPARQL offer developers a way to write queries across the wide range of RDF information on the internet.
|Specification||Draft / Proposal||Recommendation|
|RDF Primer||10. Feb 2004|
|RDF Test Cases||10. Feb 2004|
|RDF Concept||10. Feb 2004|
|RDF Semantics||10. Feb 2004|
|RDF Schema||10. Feb 2004|
|RDF Syntax||10. Feb 2004|
|OWL Overview||10. Feb 2004|
|OWL Guide||10. Feb 2004|
|OWL Reference||10. Feb 2004|
|OWL Syntax||10. Feb 2004|
|OWL Test Cases||10. Feb 2004|
|OWL Use Cases||10. Feb 2004|
|Parsing OWL in RDF||21. Jan 2004|
|SPARQL Language||15. Jan 2008|
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