W3C RDF Activity
RDF and OWL are two key Semantic Web technologies.
Semantic Web (Semantic Web)
Semantic Web is a framework for sharing and reuse of asset management, enterprise integration and network data provided.
Semantic Web is a shared enterprise data, applications, companies, organizations and individuals to provide a platform-independent software framework.
RDF and OWL are the key technologies of the Semantic Web. They are elaborated description of structural and web-based ontology.
RDF - the Resource Description Framework (Resource Description Framework)
RDF is a language information to the World Wide Web.
RDF can be used to describe web resources, such as title, author, version, description, availability schedule and so on.
If you need to learn about RDF knowledge, please visit our RDF tutorial .
OWL - Web Ontology Language
OWL is a language used to define the body.
Body may be described in the field of knowledge. Available for human or software used to share information about objects, these objects can be cars, buildings, machinery, books, products, financial transactions and so on.
OWL is designed for processing of information (instead of real information).
If you need to learn more about the OWL knowledge, please visit our RDF tutorial .
SPARQL - for RDF query language (Query Language for RDF)
SPARQL is the standard query language for RDF data available to developers to write across a wide area on the WEB program information query RDF way.
W3C Specifications and Timeline
|RDF Primer||10. Feb 2004|
|RDF Test Cases||10. Feb 2004|
|RDF Concept||10. Feb 2004|
|RDF Semantics||10. Feb 2004|
|RDF Schema||10. Feb 2004|
|RDF 语法||10. Feb 2004|
|OWL Overview||10. Feb 2004|
|OWL Guide||10. Feb 2004|
|OWL 参考手册||10. Feb 2004|
|OWL 语法||10. Feb 2004|
|OWL Test Cases||10. Feb 2004|
|OWL Use Cases||10. Feb 2004|
|Parsing OWL in RDF||21. Jan 2004|
|SPARQL Language||15. Jan 2008|