Knows Hypertext Transfer Protocol, or HTTP (1991+), as the basic technology for resolving hyperlinks and transferring data on the World Wide Web.
This brief article introduces the terminology and issues surrounding URIs and their role on the Web. This includes some historical context of what URI originally [...]
This lecture covers a lot of topics. It hits all the basic standards and technologies in the Semantic Web stack: the RDF data model, SPARQL, [...]
This W3C Specification describes the use of HTTP operations for the purpose of managing a collection of RDF graphs. This interface is an alternative to [...]
This slide presentation gives details on technologies and approaches for exploiting Linked Data by building Linked Data applications. It gives an overview of existing applications [...]
An introduction to the concepts and technology behind Linked Data, how LD works, and some benefits it can bring to libraries. Focuses on the role [...]
Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web. For his next project, he is building a Web for open, linked data that could do for numbers [...]
The Linked Data Platform (LDP) is a recent W3C standard for Linked Data. It brings REST to Linked Data by defining a standard way to [...]