Drupal 7 & The Semantic Web

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  • Put simply, an ontology is a specification of the characteristics of a domain. In other words, precisely what it mean for something to be in a particular domain.\n \nA taxonomy is simply a hierarchical categorization or classification of entities within a domain.\n
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  • eRDF = non W3C copy of microformats\nRDFa = W3C copy of microformats.\n
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