The Resource Description Framework (RDF) is a W3C standard for describing resources on the Web.
RDF is a framework for describing Web resources, such as the title,
author, modification date, content, and copyright information of a Web page.
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Introduction to RDF
This chapter explains what RDF is and what it can be used for.
This chapter explains the syntax and terms used in RDF.
This chapter explains an RDF example.
RDF Main Elements
This chapter explains the main elements of RDF: <RDF> and <Description>.
RDF Container Elements
RDF containers are used to describe group of things.
This chapter explains the container elements of RDF: <Bag>, <Seq>, and <Alt>.
RDF collections are used to describe groups that contains ONLY the specified
This chapter explains how to describe a collection.
RDF Schema (RDFS)
This chapter explains the RDF Schema extension to RDF.
RDF Dublin Core Metadata Initiative (DCMI)
This chapter is about the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative (DCMI) that provides
properties for describing network objects.
This chapter contains a complete RDF reference.
RDF / OWL
This chapter describes the OWL language built on top of RDF.