RDF and owl are two important semantic web technologies.
RDF and owl are two important semantic web technologies.Semantic Web
Semantic web is a framework for asset management, enterprise integration and network data sharing and reuse.
Semantic Web provides a platform and software independent framework for data sharing among enterprises, applications, companies, groups and individuals.
RDF and owl are the key technologies of semantic web. They respectively describe the structural description and the ontology based on the world wide web.
RDF is a language that expresses information to the world wide web.
RDF can be used to describe Web resources, such as title, author and version information, content description, available schedule, and so on.
If you need to learn about RDF, please visit our RDF tutorial.
Owl is a language for defining ontology.
Ontology can describe the domain of knowledge. It can be used by humans or software to share information about objects, such as cars, houses, machines, books, products, financial transactions, etc.
Owl is designed to process information (rather than real information).
If you need to learn more about owl, please visit our RDF tutorial.
SPARQL is a standard query language for RDF data. It can provide developers with a way to write RDF information query programs across wide areas on the web.
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