JRDF is an attempt to create a standard set of APIs and base implementations to RDF using the latest version of the Java language. A key aspect will be to ensure a high degree of modularity and to follow standard Java conventions. It will be similar to other standard Java APIs such as JDBC, XML, Collections, etc. This project is based on the existing RDF libraries and is designed to include the best features from all available sources, such as: Jena, Sesame, Aquamarine, and Sergey Melnik's RDF API.
Keywords: Java, API
Author: Newman, Andrew
Date created: 2011-05-08 07:00:00.000
Time required: P1H
Educational use: professionalDevelopment
- Understands how components of the RDF data model (datasets, graphs, statements, and various types of node) are expressed in the RDF library of a given programming language by constructs such as object
- Understands how the pattern matching of SPARQL queries can be expressed using functionally equivalent constructs in RDF programming libraries.