Web resource

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A web resource, or simply resource, is any identifiable thing, whether digital, physical, or abstract.wikipedia
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Resource Description Framework

RDFResource Description Framework (RDF)RDF feed
In the Semantic Web, web resources and their semantic properties are described using the Resource Description Framework.
It has come to be used as a general method for conceptual description or modeling of information that is implemented in web resources, using a variety of syntax notations and data serialization formats.

RDF Schema

RDFSRDFRDF Schema Property
Building on this recursive principle, RDF vocabularies, such as RDFS, OWL, and SKOS will pile up definitions of abstract resources such as classes, properties, concepts, all identified by URIs.
RDF Schema (Resource Description Framework Schema, variously abbreviated as RDFS, RDF(S), RDF-S, or RDF/S) is a set of classes with certain properties using the RDF extensible knowledge representation data model, providing basic elements for the description of ontologies, otherwise called RDF vocabularies, intended to structure RDF resources.

Semantic Web

Web 3.0semanticsemantics
In the Semantic Web, web resources and their semantic properties are described using the Resource Description Framework.

URL

URLsUniform Resource Locatorweb address
The web is designed as a network of more or less static addressable objects, basically files and documents, linked using uniform resource locators (URLs).
A Uniform Resource Locator (URL), colloquially termed a web address, is a reference to a web resource that specifies its location on a computer network and a mechanism for retrieving it.

Uniform Resource Identifier

URIURI schemeURIs
Resources are identified using Uniform Resource Identifiers.
A Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) is a string of characters that unambiguously identifies a particular resource.

Simple Knowledge Organization System

SKOSSimple Knowledge Organisation SystemSemantic Web Advanced Development
Building on this recursive principle, RDF vocabularies, such as RDFS, OWL, and SKOS will pile up definitions of abstract resources such as classes, properties, concepts, all identified by URIs.

Fragment identifier

fragmenthash" portion of the URLlocation hash
It had been suggested that an HTTP URI identifying a resource in the original sense, such as a file, document, or any kind of so-called information resource, should be "slash" URIs — in other words, should not contain a fragment identifier, whereas a URI used to identify a concept or abstract resource should be a "hash" URI using a fragment identifier.
When an agent (such as a web browser) requests a web resource from a web server, the agent sends the URI to the server, but does not send the fragment.

Hypertext Transfer Protocol

HTTPHTTP requestGET
For example: would both identify and locate a web page (maybe providing some human-readable description of the widgets sold by Silly Widgets, Inc.) whereas would identify the abstract concept or class "Widget" in this company ontology, and would not necessarily retrieve any physical resource through HTTP protocol.

Representational state transfer

RESTRESTfulREST API
RESTful Web services allow the requesting systems to access and manipulate textual representations of Web resources by using a uniform and predefined set of stateless operations.

Ontology (information science)

ontologyontologiesOntology (computer science)
Examples can be found in RDFS or OWL ontologies.

FOAF (ontology)

FOAFFriend of A Friend (FOAF) ontologyFOAF (software)
This allows vocabularies (like Dublin Core, FOAF, and Wordnet) to continue to use slash instead of hash for pragmatic reasons.
His e-mail address, homepage and depiction are web resources, which means that each can be described using RDF as well.

Resource-oriented architecture

Resource Oriented ArchitectureRESTful
On the web, such published content is regarded as a web resource.

Object (philosophy)

objectobjectsthing
A web resource, or simply resource, is any identifiable thing, whether digital, physical, or abstract.

Document

documentsrecordsrecord
The concept of a web resource has evolved during the web history, from the early notion of static addressable documents or files, to a more generic and abstract definition, now encompassing every 'thing' or entity that can be identified, named, addressed or handled, in any way whatsoever, in the web at large, or in any networked information system.

Computer file

filefilescomputer files
The concept of a web resource has evolved during the web history, from the early notion of static addressable documents or files, to a more generic and abstract definition, now encompassing every 'thing' or entity that can be identified, named, addressed or handled, in any way whatsoever, in the web at large, or in any networked information system.

Entity

entitiesobjectEntity (disambiguation)
The concept of a web resource has evolved during the web history, from the early notion of static addressable documents or files, to a more generic and abstract definition, now encompassing every 'thing' or entity that can be identified, named, addressed or handled, in any way whatsoever, in the web at large, or in any networked information system.

Metadata

meta datameta-datacommunications metadata
First released in 1999, RDF was first intended to describe resources, in other words to declare metadata of resources in a standard way.

Web Ontology Language

OWLDAML+OILOWL 2
Building on this recursive principle, RDF vocabularies, such as RDFS, OWL, and SKOS will pile up definitions of abstract resources such as classes, properties, concepts, all identified by URIs.

Blank node

RDF also specifies the definition of anonymous resources or blank nodes, which are not absolutely identified by URIs.

Dublin Core

Dublin Core Metadata InitiativeDCMIOpen Source Metadata Framework
This allows vocabularies (like Dublin Core, FOAF, and Wordnet) to continue to use slash instead of hash for pragmatic reasons. For example, the Dublin Core concepts such as "title", "publisher", "creator" are identified by "slash" URIs like.

WordNet

Princeton WordNetexpansion approachGlobal WordNet Association
This allows vocabularies (like Dublin Core, FOAF, and Wordnet) to continue to use slash instead of hash for pragmatic reasons.

Pat Hayes

Patrick J. HayesPatrick HayesHayes
While this compromise seems to have met a consensus in the Semantic Web community, some of its prominent members such as Pat Hayes have expressed concerns both on its technical feasibility and conceptual foundation.

Ambiguity

ambiguousambiguitieslexical ambiguity
According to Patrick Hayes' viewpoint, the very distinction between "information resource" and "other resource" is impossible to find and should better not be specified at all, and ambiguity of the referent resource is inherent to URIs like to any naming mechanism.

List of HTTP status codes

HTTP status codestatus codeHTTP status codes