The Dilated Triple

  title={The Dilated Triple},
  author={M. Rodriguez and A. Pepe and Joshua Shinavier},
  • M. Rodriguez, A. Pepe, Joshua Shinavier
  • Published 2010
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • The basic unit of meaning on the Semantic Web is the RDF statement, or triple, which combines a distinct subject, predicate and object to make a definite assertion about the world. A set of triples constitutes a graph, to which they give a collective meaning. It is upon this simple foundation that the rich, complex knowledge structures of the Semantic Web are built. Yet the very expressiveness of RDF, by inviting comparison with real-world knowledge, highlights a fundamental shortcoming, in… CONTINUE READING


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