Fedora: an architecture for complex objects and their relationships

@article{Lagoze2005FedoraAA,
  title={Fedora: an architecture for complex objects and their relationships},
  author={Carl Lagoze and Sandra Payette and Edwin Shin and Chris Wilper},
  journal={International Journal on Digital Libraries},
  year={2005},
  volume={6},
  pages={124-138}
}
The Fedora architecture is an extensible framework for the storage, management, and dissemination of complex objects and the relationships among them. [] Key Method Queries against these relationships are supported by an RDF triple store. The architecture is implemented as a web service, with all aspects of the complex object architecture and related management functions exposed through REST and SOAP interfaces. The implementation is available as open-source software, providing the foundation for a variety…

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