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1. Does the term namespace have a clearly stated meaning within this context?
2. How many types of XML nodes can be in a RDF/XML document?
3. What kind of resources do blank nodes denote?
4. How many serialization format(s) is (are) used?
5. Statements in XML nodes can be represented as…
6. What is canonical mapping?
7. How many ways are there to represent blank nodes in N3?
8. What is lexical-to-value mapping used for in the context of the rdf:HTML datatype?
9. Are standard RDF graphs static, or dynamic?
10. A globally unique IRI is also referred to as a?
11. How should begin the name of the variable? (SPARQL)
12. In the context of RDF, what does atemporal mean?
13. What are some examples of values that literals are used for?
14. Each property XML node represents a...
15. The first higher-level predicate is the ... predicate
16. How many types of queries does the SPARQL language have?
17. Can primary resources have multiple representations?
18. Can a generalized RDF triple subject be an IRI, blank node, or literal?
19. When was RDF invented?
20. When a literal is a language-tagged string and has a badly-formed language tag, what kind of error occurs?
21. What is an IRI also known as?
22. What is RDF triple known as?
23. RDF triples may be stored in a type of database called a …
24. What does it mean to say that an IRI is global in scope?
25. Must two term-equal literals directly correlate character-by-character?
26. Where is RDF vocabulary intended to be used?
27. For what can be xml:lang attribute in RDF/XML used?
28. What kind of graph is a generalized RDF dataset comprised of?
29. IEEE floating point numbers with an xsd:double datatype is how many bits?
30. Blank nodes are disjoint IRIs and literals. What does this mean?
31. RDF can be stored…
32. Datatypes are comprised of what three components?
33. The registered name, “genid” uses what scheme?
34. When IRI's are dereferenced, what is now happening to them?
35. What value space is affiliated with the gregorian calendar month and day?
36. The predominant query language for RDF graphs is...
37. What is content negotiation?
38. Is it possible to use a semicolon in N3 if the same subject is repeated but with different predicates?
39. In the context of an RDF graph, what are the Subject and Object considered?
40. What are collectively known as RDF terms?
41. The object is …
42. Subject in the statement 'snow has a white color' is...
43. What is a generalized RDF graph?
44. What does RDF's core structure syntax consist of?
45. What is the resource denoted by an IRI also called?
46. What is URI?
47. When are two IRIs considered equal?
48. The xsd:boolean datatype is usually denoted as what valuespace?
49. What does RDF Schema (RDFS) do?
50. What is 'triple'?
51. The full IRI <foo#bar> is used to denote what two representations?
52. What is N3?
53. Once minted, when will an IRI change its referent?
54. Which is more comfortable human-readable form of the RDF?
55. What is called anonymous resource?
56. How URI can be used in RDF?
57. How namespaces are declared?
58. Datatypes are used with what?
59. RDF is a...
60. What is FOAF?
61. Can we use variables in a graph pattern? (SPARQL)
62. What is OWL?
63. Can we use a WHERE statement in SPARQL?
64. Is it possible to use a commas in N3 if many statements repeat the same subject and predicate?
65. Are there any difference between RDF and XML format?
66. Is it possible to serialize RDF as JSON?
67. Which is an example of a namespace prefix?
68. Why does RDF provide HTML content as a possible literal value?
69. The literal “<“1”, xsd:boolean>” would render what value?
70. What is the conventional order of an RDF triple?
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