The SPARQL Handbook
This book is the first introduction to someone learning the new query language called SPARQL, the approved standard language (comparable to SQL in the relational database world) for querying Semantic Web data. It includes numerous real-life examples of varying complexity, which make it easy for the reader to take away ready expressions to software projects they will be working on. Basically a tutorial, however, the book is organized as a well-indexed reference to support the early users who will have lots of questions and reasons to revisit the book. The book will also serve as a reference guide which the reader can revisit when a question arises in using the query language.
- Paperback | 180 pages
- 191 x 235mm
- 01 Aug 2013
- ELSEVIER SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
- Morgan Kaufmann Publishers In
- San Francisco, United States
Table of contents
SPARQL and the Semantic Web; RDF Data Model and Dataset; SPARQL syntax and semantics; SPARQL result sets; SPARQL protocol; SPARQL and inferencing; SPARQL4J; references; index.