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Persistence Model

From: Frank V. Castellucci <frankc@colconsulting.com>
Date: Sun, 09 Jul 2000 14:53:19 -0400
Message-ID: <3968CA1F.93E67327@colconsulting.com>
To: RDF Interest Group <www-rdf-interest@w3.org>
In view of the fact that there are two sides to the RDF coin (Data,
Schema) and that Sergey has invited conversation in regards to effective
storage techniques for the data, I would like to (re-)open the
conversation that has thus far (in my limited awareness) been
overlooked.

There are three (3) dimensions to consider:

RDF Schemas describe the data type and relationships.
RDF data defines the instances of the schema declarations.
The 3rd dimension describes the normalized domain of the first two
dimensions.

I don't believe/agree/assume that you can effectively store content (RDF
data) without regard to the domain described in the schema. In other
words there is a schema (read normalized tables) that applies to the
domain of the RDF schema, and thus to the RDF data.

Anyone?

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Frank V. Castellucci
Received on Sunday, 9 July 2000 14:51:33 GMT

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