Say I have some RDF data (showing N-Triples version for clarity): http://codepad.org/VRWbtLc7
As you can see, the predicate "title" has the same meaning, but it's using two different URI's. Therefore people searching through this data using SPARQL, will have to specify both predicates. For users this is extremely cumbersome because they first have to understand whether those two URI actually mean the same thing, and then specify both of them in the query.
Is there anything I can do to make my life, and my users life easier?
asked 11 Jan '13, 12:01
Sure, you can use predicates such as
Then you can expand your queries to include objects of all predicates that were marked as equivalent. Something like the following SPARQL query should work:
answered 11 Jan '13, 12:19