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>         Title           : application/rdf+xml Media Type Registration
>         Author(s)       : A. Swartz
>         Filename        : draft-swartz-rdfcore-rdfxml-mediatype-03.txt
>         Pages           : 8
>         Date            : 2003-11-11
>This document describes a media type (application/rdf+xml) for use
>with the XML serialization of the Resource Description Framework
>(RDF).  RDF is a language designed to support the Semantic Web, by
>facilitating resource description and data exchange on the Web.  RDF
>provides common structures that can be used for interoperable data
>exchange and follows the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) design
>principles of interoperability, evolution, and decentralization.
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