A graph, modeled as a set of triples.
Represents a literal value that can be a node in an RDF Graph.
A mutable graph
A string combined with an optional language tag The lexical form is the string represented by the Literal without including the language tag
A structure containing a subject, a predicate, and an object.
A set of triples (as it doesn't allow duplicates), it does however not extend
Typed literals have a lexical form and a data type URI being an RDF URI reference.
A Blank Node, extends a NonLiteral.
Represents a language as expressed by the RDF 4646 language tag
This class provides methods to convert java objects to typed literals and vice versa.
Represents an RDF URI Reference RDF URI References are defined in section 6.4 RDF URI References of http://www.w3.org/TR/2004/REC-rdf-concepts-20040210/#section-Graph-URIref Note that an RDF URI Reference is not the same as defined by RFC3986, RDF URI References support most unicode characters
Thrown when a literal is of the wrong type for conversion to a java-type
This exception is thrown when no convertor is available to do a required java-object to literal or literal to java-object conversion.
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