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owl

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n.
1. Any of various often nocturnal birds of prey of the order Strigiformes, having hooked and feathered talons, a large head with a short hooked beak, large eyes set forward, and fluffy plumage that allows for almost noiseless flight.
2. Any of several breeds of domestic pigeons having a very short beak somewhat like that of an owl and often a frill of feathers on the chest.
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Em suma, a incorporacao das tecnologias RDF, OWL e SPARQL no Sistema de Organizacao permitira a identificacao do significado dos conteudos informacionais e do perfil de cada usuario, e propiciara a personalizacao do ambiente para cada tipo de individuo, para cada tipo de informacao, e/ou para cada informacao especificamente.
[8] The W3C SPARQL Working Group: n.d., "SPARQL 1.1 overview," January, 2017, https://www.w3.org/TR/sparql11overview/.
The semantic engine framework denotes a Semantic Web framework (e.g., AndroJena for Android-based smartphones) that provides the capabilities of hosting ontologies (e.g., SmartOntoSensor) and inferencing and reasoning mechanism to detect inconsistency in ontologies and deduces new knowledge on the basis of existing ones, features for updating ontologies with new individuals and annotations and extending ontologies by defining new classes and properties, triple store for storing data in RDF format, and SPARQL query engine for dealing with users' initiated SPARQL queries.
RDF graph represents patients' diseases database in triples which is semantically readable using SPARQL query.
Instead, SPARQLverse extends the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) standard for SPARQL 1.1 with the inclusion of analytic functionality normally associated with sophisticated SQL products, such as windowed aggregate functions.
Eventually I found the overlapping type-conversion rules being introduced by W3C for XML, RDF and SPARQL too counter-intuitive.
A series of semantic technologies like XML (http://www.w3.org/XML/), SPARQL (http://www.w3.org/TR/sparql11-query/), and OWL (http://www.w3.org/Submission/2006/10/) came into being.
Although this is not the first try how to define the variable neighborhood within the PSO algorithm [20-22], in this paper, such neighborhood is defined using the Resource Description Framework (RDF), SPARQL Protocol, and RDF query language (SPARQL) tools taken from semantic web domain.
Kishor Kumar Reddy, et al., Third party data protection applied to cloud and XACML implementation in the hadoop environment with sparql, IOSR, 2(1), (2012), pp.