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Expresses data in serializations such as RDF/XML, N-Triples, Turtle, N3, Trig, JSON-LD, and RDFa.

JSON Demo

This video consists of a demonstration of JavaScript Object Notation (JSON). It demonstrates how to avopid errors when using label-value pairs and arrays. This video [...]

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Multi-Agent and Semantic Web Systems: Description Logics and OWL

This slide presentation of lecture material was used as part of a course given at The University of Edinburgh School of Informatics. This lecture discusses [...]

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XML Syntax for RDF

This tutorial explains the use of XML syntax in RDF descriptions of resources. It discusses the use of URIs and Literals as property values in [...]

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From Interoperability to Harmonization in Metadata Standardization

In this doctoral thesis, the author presents a solution-oriented analysis of current issues in metadata harmonization. A set of widely used metadata specifications in the [...]

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Formalizing Dublin Core Application Profiles Description Set Profiles and Graph Constraints

This paper describes a proposed formalization of the notion of Applications Profiles as used in the Dublin Core community. The formalization, called Description Set Profiles, [...]

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What is JSON-LD?

A basic introduction to JSON-LD for Web developers, designers, and hobbyists. It covers how to express Linked Data in JSON. Also briefly discussed is RDFa [...]

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From Trees to Graphs: Creating Linked Data from XML

This presentation features a use case from Oxford University Press, in which data was migrated from XML content to Linked Data. It covers the business [...]

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Introducing Turtled

A brief screencast about Turtled, a simple online RDF Turtle editor that allows you to render an RDF graph visually, restrict to sub-graphs via SPARQL, [...]

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Introduction to JSON

Introduction to JSON as a format for representing and storing semi-structured data. Includes comparisons to to the Relational Model and XML. Continued (with demonstration) in [...]

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Introducing RDF/XML

After this tutorial, you should be able to: 1) Formally understand RDF statements, including objects as resources and literals; 2) Write basic RDF documents in [...]

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