ng4j-namedgraphs -- Discussion about Named Graphs and NG4J


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Named Graphs are a simple extension to the RDF abstract syntax which allows RDF statements to talk about RDF graphs. This is useful in application domains like data syndication, provenance tracking, versioning, access control and signing RDF. Named Graphs have been adopted by the W3C data access working group as part of the data model for SPARQL. More information about Named Graphs is found on the W3C Named Graphs website.

This mailing list provides a forum for discussions about:
- Named Graphs in general (application domains and experiences)
- NG4J - the Named Graphs API for Jena.
- other technologies related to Named Graphs like TriX and TriG.

To see the collection of prior postings to the list, visit the ng4j-namedgraphs Archives.

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