Content object (1)

A content object is a piece of information, such as a chapter in a book, that is identified by a Uniform Resource Identifier and enriched by object properties (such as an information type or links to a person object representing its author) and data properties (such as language translations or descriptions)

Building a content graph

Organisations that work with content-rich information systems often have to contend with two major problems: The first problem is usually addressed, with varying levels of success,…

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