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 covered. Includes a comparison of RDF Schema to "types" in object-oriented programming languages. Ends with a brief discussion of "Richer Schema languages", such as OWL.
Keywords: RDF Schema, Classes, Properties, Domain, Range
Author: Koubarakis, Manolis
Time required: P60M
Educational use: instruction
Educational audience: teacher-educationSpecialist
Interactivity type: expositive
- 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 "b
- Understands that resources are declared to be members (instances) of classes using the property rdf:type.
- Understands the role of formally declared domains and ranges for inferencing.
- Uses RDF Schema to express semantic relationships within a vocabulary.