TRIPLE is an RDF query, inference, and transformation language for the Semantic Web.
TRIPLE is joint work of Michael Sintek (DFKI), Stefan Decker (DERI and USC ISI) and Andreas Harth (DERI).
TRIPLE is used in the following projects:
- Dynamic Composition of Web Services for Goods Movement Analysis and Planning
- Ontology-based Resource Matchmaker for the Grid
- Mediator Services for Semantic Web Data
- Personal Reader
- Environment for Personalized, Distributed E-Learning
Installation document for the current version are provided.
There is a subversion repository with TRIPLE sourcecode available.
Introductory slides that will be the basis for the upcoming tutorial.
Matthew Weathers has a introductory tutorial called Triple by Example.
The JavaDoc describing the Triple NetAPI and all other classes is also available.
There is a mailing list about Triple related discussions available.
You can download a snapshot of the Subversion repository, triple-20040922.tar.gz.
Note that the current version has more features (i.e. Java integration, RDF/N3 import, Remove operation for facts and rules...), and is Linux-only.
- Stefan Decker et al. TRIPLE - an RDF Rule Language with Context and Use Cases, W3C Workshop on Rule Languages for Interoperability, 27-28 April 2005, Washington, D.C., USA
- Michael Sintek, Stefan Decker: TRIPLE---A Query, Inference, and Transformation Language for the Semantic Web.
International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC), Sardinia, June 2002.
Abstract with RDF annotations.
PS file and
- Michael Sintek, Stefan Decker: TRIPLE---An RDF Query, Inference, and Transformation Language.
DDLP'2001, Japan, October 2001.
PS file and
PDF file. Presented slides (PDF).
slides presented to RDF Interest Group in Boston
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