This lesson plan was used for the course "Markup Languages and Document Processing", part of the Master in Informatics and Computing Engineering program at Porto University. Contains Bibliography and Materials (most with links) used to achieve the following learning goals: Describe the class and properties of RDF Schema; Define application profiles as vocabularies designed for a domain and shared in a community; Query ontologies using the SPARQL language.
Keywords: RDF Schema, SPARQL, Vocabulary, Dublin Core, DBpedia
Author: Lopes, J. Correia
Date created: 2016-05-19 04:00:00.000
Time required: P1H
Educational use: instruction
Educational audience: teacher-educationSpecialist
- Accesses DBPedia's SNORQL/SPARQL endpoint and issues simple queries.
- Grasps essential differences between schemas for syntactic validation (e.g., XML) and for inferencing (RDF Schema).
- Understands that a SPARQL query matches an RDF graph against a pattern of triples with fixed and variable values.
- Understands that resources are declared to be members (instances) of classes using the property rdf:type.
- Uses RDF Schema to express semantic relationships within a vocabulary.