Create your own awesome maps

Even on the go

with our free apps for iPhone, iPad and Android

Get Started

Already have an account?
Log In

RDF Burner by Mind Map: RDF Burner
0.0 stars - 0 reviews range from 0 to 5

RDF Burner

Program Event

A program event fires through the framework's event handling. This event causes the creation of a gesture object. One possible refinement of the prototype is to define a mapping between the "hardware" program event and the intent "gesture".

Creative Commons GNU-GPL

Use this for Microsoft Access Databases

Project Collaboration

Vocabularies

Knoodl Project

Project Management

Sosius Workspace

Diagrams

Entity Relationships

UML Class Diagram

Licenses

Creative Commons GNU-LGPL

Don't use this

Triple Entry

Instances

ABox

DBpeidia?

Taxonomy

TBox

UMBEL?

ODD

Ontology Driven Development

Gesture Mapping

A hardware event, i.e. "Key_Down keyDownArrow" is translated into a Gesture which is an object that represents the actual intent of the user, i.e. "Move the focus to the Selection Grid". The Gesture (given a context?) maps nicely into a list of program features that need to be invoked.

Gesture

Program Feature

Linked Queries

Refine the "Linked Query". The results of a query (SPARQL, SQL, etc.) has a "current row" concept. The current row has associated relatable "keys". The results of a query is derived from the query's restrictions with variables carried as parameters whose in-values are expected to keys from the current row of some other query in a "current" state. Classic master-child type of pattern only this extends into a network of queries all linked via the key values of the their respective current row and the in-values of their parameters.

Parameter In-Values

Current Row Out-Values

Network of Atomic Query Objects