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Re: RDF.ex - Elixir implementations of the Semantic Web standards

From: Tony Hammond <tony.hammond@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 3 Oct 2018 08:05:11 +0100
Message-Id: <80F82E68-3613-4012-8B4A-C7CEABFDA6F9@gmail.com>
To: public-lod@w3.org
Hi:

This is in response to last week's post from Marcel Otto [1] about his Elixir implementation
for RDF and SPARQL.

I just published a post 'Early steps in Elixir and RDF: Using RDF.ex to work with RDF vocabularies
in Elixir’:

https://medium.com/@tonyhammond/early-steps-in-elixir-and-rdf-5078a4ebfe0f

The post demonstrates how the RDF.ex package can be used for interacting with the RDF data
model in Elixir. Specifically it provides a walkthrough on how to define new RDF vocabulary terms
for two well-known schemas and then applies them to a simple use case – generating a basic
bibliographic record for the 'Adopting Elixir' book.

Elixir is especially interesting for semantic web applications since it supports:

    1) fault tolerant processing, especially where networks and federated queries are involved,

    2) better management of distributed compute solutions.

Tony

[1] https://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-lod/2018Sep/0035.html
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