Resource Description Framework RDF
- Lesson title: Resource Description Framework RDF
- Keywords: RDF, RDF vocabularies, RDF serialization
- Objective/Description: In this lesson we will introduce RDF and name some advantages and disadvantages, all of it illustrated by practical examples
- Learning outcomes:
- Stating what the Resource Description Framework is about
- Explaining the main elements in RDF
- Illustrating via diagrams the sort of statements that can be modelled with RDF
- Naming the different serializations for RDF graphs
- Naming different ways to syntactically validate RDF data
- Using RDF-XML serialization (and Turtle) to represent knowledge
- Explaining how graph representations can be separated into RDF triples
Questions and answers
These Q&A aim to validate a basic understanding of concepts discussed during the lecture. The use of such concepts is beyond the scope of this Q&Astudy set as it is addressed via projects and hands-on for those enrolled in the corresponding university course.
What are the main specifications used in the Resource Description Framework as a standard model for data interchange on the web?
Name some possible uses of an rdf:Statement
Name some of the possible notations/formats/serializations for RDF
How can you test whether your RDF syntax is correct?
What are the three elements present in an rdf:Statement?
What is an rdf:Property useful for?
What sort of rdf:Literal are available?