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Towards Supporting Multiple Semantics of Named Graphs Using N3 Rules
International Web Rule Symposium
Semantic Web applications often require the partitioning of triples into subgraphs, and then associating them with useful metadata (e.g., provenance). This led to the introduction of RDF datasets, with each RDF dataset comprising a default graph and zero or more named graphs. However, due to differences in RDF implementations, no consensus could be reached on a standard semantics; and a range of different dataset semantics are currently assumed. For an RDF system not be limited to only a subsetdblp:conf/ruleml/ArndtW19 fatcat:pcdtdnjywfdujhsz4oa7nt3ksi