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  • 1. + Simple use of RDFS and Sesame Lab 3, 4, 5
  • 2. + Disclaimer License This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/
  • 3. + Lab Assignment 3 (part 1)  Write the ontology from FSW Chapter 2.6 (page 67) in a file named ontology.ttl in turtle syntax. Then, use Sesame, RDFS and SPARQL to:  Load Print all triples of the model (including the entailed ones) to a file named “rdfs-output.ttl”
  • 4. + Lab Assignment 3-5 (part 1) Create a simple RDFS Forward chaining inference engine  Use Sesame to store and load the triples  Use SPARQL to “infer all new triples”, hint use CONSTRUCT and ASK queries to ease the development  You should cover all entailments except: rdfs1 and the Datatype entilament rules (rdfD1, rdfD2, rdfD3)  Verify using the ontology from the previous examplle Note: Name your main class org.example.RDFSFowardChainingEngine