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     (RDF is a standard model for data interchange on the Web)
    • RDF  + (RDF is a standard model for data interchange on the Web.)
    • RDFS  + (RDFS is a general-purpose language for representing simple RDF vocabularies on the Web.)
    • SKOS  + (SKOS is a common data model for sharing and linking knowledge organization systems via the Web.)
    • SPARQL  + (This specification defines the syntax and semantics of the SPARQL query language for RDF.)
    • Category:RDF Generator  + (Tools can be used to extract RDF data in, say, RDF/XML from other format (eg, RDFa))
    • Category:Triple Store  + (Tools that can be installed to serve as RDF databases, a.k.a. triple stores.)
    • Category:SPARQL Endpoint  + (Tools that can be serve as SPARQL endpoints to large data sets.)
    • Category:Modularization and Diffing  + (Tools that can be to manipulate Semantic Web data formats by modularizing them, map differences, etc.)
    • Category:Reasoner  + (Tools that can perform reasoning tasks, typically based on RDFS, OWL, or some rule engine.)
    • Category:Editor  + (Tools that format specific editors for Semantic Web Data formats.)
    • Category:Programming Environment  + (Tools that provide a working environment to develop Semantic Web applications in the forms of application libraries, modules, etc.)
    • Category:Development Environment  + (Tools that provide complex development environments for Semantic Web applications, going beyond a simple library for a programming language.)