Difference between revisions of "RDFSharp"

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RDFSharp, which is constantly under development, has a modular architecture made up of four layers:
 
RDFSharp, which is constantly under development, has a modular architecture made up of four layers:
 
   
 
   
'''MODEL'''
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'''MODEL''': Create and manage ''RDF models'' (namespaces, datatypes, resources, literals, triples, graphs, ...); Exchange them using standard ''RDF formats'' (N-Triples, Turtle, RDF/XML, TriX);  
-Create and manage RDF models (namespaces, datatypes, resources, literals, triples, graphs, ...);
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'''STORE''': Create and manage ''RDF stores'' as portable databases optimized for storage of RDF data; Create and manage ''RDF federations'' as virtual stores giving integrated access to multiple stores;
-Exchange them using standard RDF formats (N-Triples, Turtle, RDF/XML, TriX);  
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'''QUERY''': Create and execute ''RDF queries'' on graphs, stores and federations to retrieve RDF data;  
 
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'''SEMANTICS''': Create and execute ''RDF reasonings'' to exploit semantic relations between RDF data;
'''STORE'''  
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-Create and manage RDF stores as portable databases optimized for storage of RDF data;
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-Create and manage RDF federations as virtual stores giving integrated access to multiple stores;
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'''QUERY'''  
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-Create and execute RDF queries on graphs, stores and federations to retrieve RDF data;  
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'''SEMANTICS'''  
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-Create and execute RDF reasonings to exploit semantic relations between RDF data;
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Revision as of 16:10, 23 January 2013

RDFSharp

Name of the tool: RDFSharp
Home page: http://rdfsharp.codeplex.com/
Date of latest release:
Programming language(s) that can be used with the tool: .Net, C-sharp
Relevant semantic web technologies: RDF
Categories: API, Programming Environment
See also:
Public mailing list:
Preferred project URI:
DOAP reference:
Company or institution:

(Tool description last modified on 2013-01-23.)

Description

RDFSharp is a library designed to ease the creation of .NET applications based on the RDF data model, providing users with a straightforward solution for start playing with RDF and Semantic Web concepts.

RDFSharp, which is constantly under development, has a modular architecture made up of four layers:

MODEL: Create and manage RDF models (namespaces, datatypes, resources, literals, triples, graphs, ...); Exchange them using standard RDF formats (N-Triples, Turtle, RDF/XML, TriX); STORE: Create and manage RDF stores as portable databases optimized for storage of RDF data; Create and manage RDF federations as virtual stores giving integrated access to multiple stores; QUERY: Create and execute RDF queries on graphs, stores and federations to retrieve RDF data; SEMANTICS: Create and execute RDF reasonings to exploit semantic relations between RDF data;