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HTTP Vocabulary in RDF


This document defines a representation of the Hyper Text Transfer Protocol (HTTP) using the Resource Description Framework (RDF). It defines a collection of RDF classes and properties that represent the HTTP vocabulary as defined by the HTTP specification.

Open (Social) Web


HTTP and resource identity


"[...] It seems that folks like Yahoo! and Twittervision offer different representations of the same resource using different URIs .xml, .json, .php, .yaml, etc. I’d say that’s arisen because users have little control over content-negotiation in their browser. Isn’t having the same resource identified by lots of different URIs an issue for the Semantic Web? [...]"



It is not an HTML Tidy or a TagSoup cleaner or a semantic Houdini pulling knowledge out of thin air.

The content at the original URIs must be readable as one of the syntaxes Raptor knows - RDF ones, RSS, Atom, Microformats that have a GRDDL profile and so on.

Referee - SIMILE


Policy based access control for an RDF store


Resource Description Format (RDF) stores have formed an essential part of many semantic web applications. Current RDF store systems have primarily focused on efficiently storing and querying large numbers of triples. Little attention has been given to how triples would be updated and maintained or how access to store can be controlled. In this paper we describe the motivation for an RDF store with complete maintenance capabilities and access control. We propose a policy based access control model providing control over the various actions possible on an RDF store. Finally, we discuss on how the Hypertext Transport Protocol (HTTP) and its extensions can be used to provide communication with the store.

U-blog / Beyond / Saving the SemWeb : Don't make URI "human readable" !!!


Les URI comme localisation hiérarchique vs identifiant.