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Montag, 21. Juni 2004 link aYago

Carroll, Bizer, Hayes, Stickler: "Named Graphs, Provenance and Trust" - an updated and extended version of the draft mentioned here on 2004-03-25. Named graphs still sound like an extremely reasonable RDF extension to me. The authors present a well-balanced overview of named graphs and proceed to discuss necessary extensions to graph notation (TriX/TriG) and query languages (RDFQ, TriQL). An extensive discussion of provenance and trust concepts enabled by named graphs finishes the paper. More information is avail on their Named Graphs and Trix page.

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Manuel_ 5761 days ago:
Being able to make statements about graphs is definitely nice. What I'm doing in my somewhat semantic-web-compatible graph stuff is that every graph has a "master node" which is accessible by the API and serves as the "name of the graph".

earl 5761 days ago:
yeah, reification (whether it be on a triple or graph level) seems to be a weak point of the current RDF specs.

Manuel_ 5761 days ago:
Well, just announce you're using quads instead of triples and everything is fine! :)

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