The Resource Description Framework (RDF) integrates a variety of applications from library catalogs and world-wide directories to syndication and aggregation of news, software, and content to personal collections of music, photos, and events using XML as an interchange syntax. The RDF specifications provide a lightweight ontology system to support the exchange of knowledge on the Web.
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Resource Description Framework
Official pages from the World Wide Web Consortium, includes the specification, resources, news, and a links collection.
Dave Beckett's RDF Resource Guide
Annotated collection of several links to RDF documents and software.
Researchers at the University of Southampton collected information about people working for universities, where it was freely available on the Web. Structured as RDF, according to an ontology developed in the AKT (Advanced Knowledge Technologies) Project.
RDF Logic Mailing List
Provides a forum for technical discussion concerning the design of logic-based languages for use on the Web.
Links to various documentation of RDF sources.
RDF-DEV : RDF Resource Guide
Database containing links to guides, papers, tools, and standards in addition to the archives of the (now closed) RDF-DEV mailing list.
Simple Knowledge Organization System (SKOS)
Area of work developing specifications and standards to support the use of knowledge organization systems (KOS) such as thesauri, classification schemes, subject heading lists and taxonomies within the framework of the Semantic Web.
SPARQL Query Language for RDF
Specification, defines the syntax and semantics of the SPARQL query language for RDF.
RDF Interest Group 1999-2004
The main discussion forum for RDF developers and users. (January 01, 2004)
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