Triples (0)

Triples, also termed <strong>Semantic triples</strong> are structured statements about semantic data arranged in the form of subject–predicate–object expressions. There are three components of a triple, such as the statement <strong>The sky has the colour blue</strong>, consist of a subject (<strong>the sky</strong>), a predicate (<strong>has the colour</strong>), and an object (<strong>blue</strong>). A collection of triples is typically stored in a purpose-built data repository called a Triple store or graph database system.

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