Monday, December 31, 2012


RDF stands for Resource Description Framework (RDF).
If you know XML, here's a brief comparison.
Just like RDF, XML is also designed to be simple and general-purpose.
And yes, you can write RDF in XML.

RDF rules :
RDF uses web identifiers (URIs) to identify resources, and describe them with properties and property values.
Explanation of resource, property and property value are :

Resource : Anything that can have a URI, e.g ""
Property : Resource that has a name, e.g "author" or "homepage"
Property value : Value of a property, such as "Aisyah Hani" or ""(note that a property value can be another resource)


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