OWL = Web Ontology Language

Bnodes #

From a technical perspective they give the capability to:

  1. describe multi-component structures, like the RDF containers,
  2. describe reification (i.e. provenance information),
  3. represent complex attributes without having to name explicitly the auxiliary node (e.g. the address of a person consisting of the street, the number, the postal code and the city) and
  4. offer protection of the inner information (e.g. protecting the sensitive information of the customers