hierarchy

Hypernotation: Classification of hyperNodes

In the previous post I discussed how RDF and Object-oriented model can happily live together. In this post, I am going to talk about various types of nodes in the Web of data graph and different ways to classify them. In the OO model, variables can be assigned objects, arrays, primitive data types (numbers, string, [...]


Links in Hypernotation

In one of the previous posts I discussed the idea of two types of links on the Web: tree links and graph links. The Web can be seen as a collection of trees with hyperlinks connecting random nodes of these trees. These hyperlinks are what cause the trees to become graphs, thus the name “graph” [...]


Two types of links on the Web

In the last post I discussed the hierarchical aspect of the Web, suggesting that there are two types of links on the Web: tree links and graph links. Tree links The Web consists of web sites, which typically have a tree structure, i.e. one that involves parent-child links between the various levels of the hierarchy. [...]