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Texai » About


exai is an open source project to create an artificial intelligence. The approach is to first construct an English dialog system whose initial goals are to acquire linguistic and common sense skills that improves its own performance. The project is hosted at SourceForge and has already released the largest freely available English lexicon in RDF.

Sμblog | James Tizard


Sμblog (pronounced sub-log) is is my attempt to combine ideas about microblogging, messaging and the sematic web into a practical tool ready for everyday work.

XMPP to RDF microblogging tool, quite nice and well documented.

Qi4j: REST EntityStore and SPARQL EntityFinder = rich client web apps!


For the finder part I have implemented a SPARQL backend, which internally delegates to Sesame2, which is the same default index/query that is used to find Entities in general. This in itself is pretty cool, because it means that you can write your domain model in Java, have it be automatically persisted in a store like Neo4j, and then with no extra effort expose it through SPARQL for AJAX webapps to consume (both RDF/XML and JSON output is supported today). Minimally writing a domain model only involves writing Java interfaces (no classes), so it's pretty easy to get started.

Tant de choses à tester...

Introduction to Jena


Introduction to Jena Use RDF models in your Java applications with the Jena Semantic Web Framework

Jena Semantic Web Framework


Jena is a Java framework for building Semantic Web applications. It provides a programmatic environment for RDF, RDFS and OWL, SPARQL and includes a rule-based inference engine. Jena is open source and grown out of work with the HP Labs Semantic Web Programme. The Jena Framework includes: * A RDF API * Reading and writing RDF in RDF/XML, N3 and N-Triples * An OWL API * In-memory and persistent storage * SPARQL query engine

Semantic Web Client Library


The library is written in Java and is based on the Jena framework.



Utilitaire de mapping RDF/POJO

Aperture Framework


a Java framework for getting data and metadata



Jastor is a open source Java code generator that emits Java Beans from Web Ontologies (OWL) enabling convenient, type safe access and eventing of RDF stored in a Jena Semantic Web Framework model

Jena API


API Java pour la gestion de ressources RDF(S)/OWL

MindRaider - Semantic Web Outliner


Mindraider est un outil d'organisation personnelle utilisant des méta-données pour tagger vos documents. Il est gratuit et semble vraiment intéressant. Ressemble à TheBrain

SIMILE | Welkin


Welkin visualizes RDF models and currently supports only the RDF/XML syntax (but we'll be supporting other syntaxes too, don't worry). If you want to test it with some data, you can start with these graph fragments taken from our of our digital library co