is simply hypermedia-based structured data.
Linked Data offers everyone a Web-scale,
Enterprise-grade mechanism for platform-independent creation,
curation, access, and integration of data.
The fundamental steps to creating Linked Data are as
Choose a Name Reference Mechanism — i.e., URIs.
Choose a Data Model with which to Structure your Data —
minimally, you need a model which clearly distinguishes
Choose one or more Data Representation Syntaxes (also
called Markup Languages or Data Formats) to use when
creating Resources with Content based on your chosen
Data Model. Some Syntaxes in common use today are
HTML+RDFa, N3, Turtle, RDF/XML, TriX, XRDS, GData, OData, OpenGraph, and many others.
Choose a URI Scheme that facilitates binding
Referenced Names to the Resources which will carry
your Content -- your Structured Data.
Create Structured Data by using your chosen Name
Reference Mechanism, your chosen Data Model, and your
chosen Data Representation Syntax, as follows:
You can create Linked Data (hypermedia-based data
representations) Resources from or for many things. Examples
include: personal profiles, calendars, address books, blogs, photo
albums; there are many, many more.
About this entry:
Author: Kingsley Uyi Idehen
Published: 10/14/2010 19:10 GMT-0500
Modified: 11/09/2010 13:53 GMT-0500
Tags: gdata , rdf , xml , linked_data , semanticweb , DataSpace
Categories: SQL , Semantic Web
Comment Status: 0
This document is empty and basically useless. It is generated by a web service that can make some statements in HTML Microdata format.
This time the service made zero such statements, sorry.