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RDF and XML: Towards a unified query layer

Abstract : One of the requirements of current Semantic Web applications is to deal with heterogeneous data. The Resource Description Framework (RDF) is the W3C recommended standard for data representation, yet data represented and stored using the Extensible Markup Language (XML) is almost ubiquitous and remains the standard for data exchange. While RDF has a standard XML representation, XML Query languages are of limited use for transformations between natively stored RDF data and XML. Being able to work with both XML and RDF data using a common framework would be a great advantage and eliminate unnecessary intermediate steps that are currently used when handling both formats.
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Nuno Lopes, Axel Polleres, Alexandre Passant, Stefan Decker, Stefan Bischof, et al.. RDF and XML: Towards a unified query layer. Proc. W3C workshop on RDF next steps, Jun 2010, Stanford, United States. No pagination. ⟨hal-00822901⟩



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