Understands how an RDF class (named set of things) fundamentally differs from an object-oriented programming class, which defines a type of object bundling “state” (attributes with data values) and “behavior” (functions that operate on state).
These lecture slides were used for the course "Markup Languages and Document Processing", part of the Master in Informatics and Computing Engineering program at Porto [...]
Follows where previous video left off with its description of classes, properties, domain and range. Discusses how RDF Schema approaches membership of a class differently [...]
This lecture briefly covers the history of human communication up to the present day and then seeks to answer the question, "How best can we [...]
This slide presentation discusses RDF Schema, including classes, sub-classes, and instances. Concepts such as domain and range, datatypes and literals, labels and comments are also [...]
This PowerPoint presentation uses the famous Wine Ontology example to cover ontology development basics. It answers the question, "What is an ontology and why do [...]
RDF data can be encoded with semantic metadata using two syntaxes: RDF Schema and OWL. After this tutorial, you should be able to: Understand how [...]