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RDF and Ontologies in Nepomuk
An introduction to RDF and the usage of ontologies in Nepomuk.
How to use Nepomuk resources in a quick and painless way without much fuss.
Data Layout in Nepomuk
An overview of which and how data is stored in Nepomuk.
Handling Resources with Nepomuk
Nepomuk is the KDE library which provides easy access to metadata in the Nepomuk system. Learn how to make your application create and read metadata using the Nepomuk system.
Using the Nepomuk Query API
Starting with KDE 4.4 Nepomuk provides a desktop query API.
The real power of Nepomuk can only be exposed when performing fancy queries on the data repository. This tutorial provides an introduction to semantic and full text queries in Nepomuk.
The Nepomuk Server and the Architecture of the Nepomuk subsystem
The Nepomuk Server hosts the main Nepomuk data repository and can be accessed directly via a Soprano API.
The Nepomuk Server manages a set of Nepomuk services.
The probably most important service hosts the Nepomuk data repository using
Makes sure installed ontologies such as RDF, RDFS, NRL, or Xesam are loaded into the storage repository.
File Watch Service
Monitors the file system for changes and updates the file resource paths and URIs in Nepomuk.
Controls Strigi, the file indexing tool which extracts metadata from files and stores it into the storage repository.
Provides persistant query folders.
Nepomuk Tips and Tricks
A set of tips and tricks for development with Nepomuk and Soprano. This is a must-read if you intend to use Nepomuk in your application or hack on it directly.
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