Two days back I had posted about Semantic Web. The key technology enabling Semantic Web is the Resource Description Framework (RDF). RDF is a XML based specification that aims at providing a standard framework to represent the resources scattered around the web world. The RDF consists of three main elements namely subject, predicate and object. How does these three help in identifying a resource? A good explanation of the elements of RDF and how it works is given in this little old article “The semantic web: How RDF will change learning technology standards“.
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