An introduction to RDF
by Uche Ogbuji, Partner, Zepheira.
Published: 01 Dec 2000
Summary: This article introduces Resource Description Framework (RDF), developed by the W3C for Web-based metadata, using XML as an interchange syntax. RDF's essential aim is to make work easier for autonomous agents, which would refine the Web by improving search engines and service directories. Author Uche Ogbuji gives an overview of RDF aspects from schemas to usage scenarios. The article assumes that you are already familiar with XML.
Tags for this article: introduction, rdf, tutorial .
This article's texts is suitable for a wide audience, with a Fog index of 10.2.