Themen: XML, RDF, RDFS, OWL, Data modeling.
Speaker: Dr. Morton Swimmer, Trend Micro, GmbH
Abstract: The talk is an introduction to modeling data in RDF, the Semantic Web language for describing resources on the World Wide Web. Starting from syntax-oriented XML language we will explore what shortcomings it had in information representation and how RDF was proposed to alleviate these issues. We start with the basics: what is a triple, and how these form graphs to model complicated knowledge. As foreshadowing to a future presentation, I will also briefly cover queries to RDF graphs, and how RDFS and OWL make RDF data far more useful than conventional representations.