Practical Rdf

Practical RDF by Shelley Powers - Solving problems with the ResourceDescriptionFramework OreillyAndAssociates 2003 ISBN 0596002637

This book is very helpful to me in understanding how to structure data for the SemanticWeb. The key idea is not to invent categories of my own but to use systems already devised, for example the DublinCore. This is explained in this book. There is a section on the RedlandRdfLibraries, which are one way of providing persistent storage for RDF. -- JohnFletcher
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