The URI Lifecycle in Semantic Web Architecture

author: David Booth, Cleveland Clinic
published: Aug. 3, 2009,   recorded: July 2009,   views: 2516

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Abstract. Various parties are typically involved in the creation and use of a URI, including the URI owner, an RDF statement author, and a consumer of that RDF statement. What principles should these parties follow, to ensure that a consistent resource identity is established and (to the extent possible) maintained throughout that URI's lifetime? This paper proposes a set of roles and responsibilities for establishing and determining a URI's resource identity through its lifecycle.

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