U.S. Semantic Technologies Symposium Series

3rd U.S. Semantic Technologies Symposium
March 9-11, 2020 at North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC

Session - Next Steps Toward Easier RDF

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Abstract

This will be an interactive session to discuss possible steps toward lowering the adoption barrier for RDF. The goal is to enable average developers (middle 33% of ability) to develop successful RDF applications. Several practical steps will be proposed and discussed, including:

  • creating a central RDF website;
  • standardizing knowledge graphs and n-ary relations;
  • standardizing canonical RDF;
  • standardizing query-friendly arrays; and
  • deprecating RDF/XML

Several areas of research will also be proposed, including:

  • support for RDF molecules;
  • stable scoped identifiers;
  • integrating RDF inference rules into programming languages;
  • node renaming; and
  • simplifying the RDF model to one identifier space based on URIs/IRIs.



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