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By Frédérick Giasson and Structured DynamicsMichael Bergman and Structured Dynamics

Abstract

irON: instance record and Object Notation by Structured Dynamics LLC is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0. irON's parsers or converters are separately available under the Apache License, Version 2.0. irON (instance record and Object Notation) is a abstract notation and associated vocabulary for specifying RDF triples and schema in non-RDF forms. Its purpose is to allow users and tools in non-RDF formats to stage interoperable datasets using RDF. The notation supports writing RDF and schema in JSON (irJSON), XML (irXML) and comma-delimited (CSV) formats (commON). The notation specification includes guidance for creating instance records (including in bulk), linkages to existing ontologies and schema, and schema definitions. Profiles and examples are also provided for each of the irXML, irJSON and commON serializations. Status of This Document NOTE: This section describes the status of this document at the time of its publication. Other documents may supersede this document. This specification is an evolving document. Via its code and vocabulary release site, the author

Year: 2009
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