Our standard curriculum courses provide instruction in broadly applicable Semantic Technology concepts.
Additionally, several of our courses can be customized to meet the unique needs of your organization.
With customized courses we design the training to utilize data that you provide, so your staff are learning to solve the unique challenges faced by your organization.
|10:00am 11:00am||Session 1 – RDF – storage, formats, named graph||The Resource Description Framework (RDF) uses a variety of syntax notations and data serialization formats, this session explains the differences, benefits, and disadvantages with different usage scenarios.|
|1:00am 12:30pm||Session 2 – SPARQL 1.1 queries 1 – SELECT, namespaces, filters, functions, restriction, aggregates.||SPARQL is a query language used to retrieve and manipulate data stored in Resource Description Framework databases. This module will give you interactive, real world examples of simple querying of RDF data.|
|2:00pm 3:00pm||Session 3 – SPARQL 1.1 queries 2 – ASK, CONSTRUCT||This session will cover the CONSTRUCT query which returns a single RDF graph according to a specified template and the ASK form to test whether or not a query pattern has a solution.|
|3:00pm 4:30pm||Session 4 – SPARQL 1.1 updates||This session will cover update operations, which are performed on a collection of graphs in the store.|
|4:30pm 5:00pm||Session 5 – Q&A||This session will be an opportunity for the attendees to ask questions or go over specific issues they are having with SPARQL.|