This set of lessons is an introduction to RDF, the core data model of the Semantic Web and the foundation of all other Semantic Web technologies. These lessons introduce RDF in the context of other technologies, such as XML and JSON. Users are encouraged to first complete the lessons in "Semantic Technologies Applied", as they provide critical context for this set of lessons.
Keywords: Semantic Web, eXtensible Markup Language (XML), Graph, Triple, HTTP URIs
Publisher: Cambridge Semantics
Time required: P1H
Educational audience: teacher-educationSpecialist
- Differentiates hierarchical document models (eg, XML) and graph models (RDF).
- Distinguishes the RDF abstract data model and concrete serializations of RDF data.
- Knows that anything can be named with Uniform Resource Identifiers (URIs), such as agents, places, events, artifacts, and concepts.
- Understands the RDF abstract data model as a directed labeled graph.