Re: Proof: Linked Data does not require RDF

On 06/18/2013 12:05 AM, ProjectParadigm-ICT-Program wrote:
> The debate about whether linked data requires RDF is actually a typical
> example of a wrong formulation in the applicable logic formats in
> reasoning resulting from the imperfection of natural language.
> The formal definition of the semantic web and its component layers and
> constituent  tools like RDF is but one way of linking data.

That completely misses the point of this debate.  The debate is not 
about whether there are other ways of linking data.  It is about the 
meaning of the term "Linked Data" **as a term of art**.  It is often 
capitalized as Linked Data to emphasize that it has special meaning (as 
a term of art) beyond just "data that is linked".


Received on Tuesday, 18 June 2013 05:02:13 UTC