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predicate
Equivalences:
Used by: RDF
Contributed by: Jenny Slater

"a verb phrase characterizing the relationship between the Subject and Object"

The Subject, Predicate and Object triple are used in RDF as the structure or "grammar" for statements about metadata schemas. The Subject and Object are identified by URIs.

From: Baker, T., Dekker, M., Heery, R., Patel, M., Salokhe, G. (2001) "What Terms Does Your Metadata Use? Application Profiles as Machine-Understandable Narratives." Journal of Digital Information, volume 2, issue 2

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RDF
URI

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