RDF-Resource Description Framework MCQs

RDF-Resource Description Framework MCQs

Our team has conducted extensive research to compile a set of RDF-Resource Description Framework MCQs. We encourage you to test your RDF-Resource Description Framework knowledge by answering these 70 multiple-choice questions provided below.
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1: What is the conventional order of an RDF triple?

A.   Object, Object, Subject

B.   Subject, Subject, Object.

C.   Subject, Predicate, Object

D.   Object, Predicate, Subject

2: The literal “<“1”, xsd:boolean>” would render what value?

A.   True.

B.   False.

C.   No.

D.   Yes.

3: Why does RDF provide HTML content as a possible literal value?

A.   This feature allows for increased lexical space.

B.   This value allows for more syntactical leeway.

C.   This feature allows for markup in literal values.

D.   This feature allows for a more defined predicate.

4: Which is an example of a namespace prefix?

A.   fdfs

B.   sdsf

C.   dfds

D.   rdfs

5: Is it possible to serialize RDF as JSON?

A.   no

B.   yes

6: Are there any difference between RDF and XML format?

A.   yes

B.   no

7: Is it possible to use a commas in N3 if many statements repeat the same subject and predicate?

A.   no

B.   yes

8: Can we use a WHERE statement in SPARQL?

A.   yes

B.   no

9: What is OWL?

A.   Web Ontology Language

B.   None of the above

C.   Web Oak Language

D.   Web Onyx Language

10: Can we use variables in a graph pattern? (SPARQL)

A.   yes

B.   no

11: What is FOAF?

A.   "Friend of A Fred"

B.   None of the above

C.   "Friend of a Friend"

D.   "Friend of A Farmer"

12: RDF is a...

A.   Resource Description Framework

B.   Records Description Format

C.   Resource Document Format

D.   None of the above

13: Datatypes are used with what?

A.   FDR literals.

B.   RDF Liberals.

C.   FRD Laterals.

D.   RDF Literals

14: How namespaces are declared?

A.   at the bottom with the $ sign

B.   at the top with the $ sign

C.   at the bottom with the @prefix directive

D.   at the top with the @prefix directive

15: How URI can be used in RDF?

A.   for determining the subject, predicate and object

B.   for determining ONLY the predicate

C.   for determining ONLY the object

D.   for determining ONLY the subject

16: What is called anonymous resource?

A.   Any URI

B.   Any resource

C.   Resource indicated by blank node

D.   None of the above

17: Which is more comfortable human-readable form of the RDF?


B.   None of the above

C.   Notation 3 (or N3)

18: Once minted, when will an IRI change its referent?

A.   Daily.

B.   Never.

C.   Yearly.

D.   Monthly.

19: What is N3?

A.   network's name

B.   name of the XML node

C.   Notation 3

20: The full IRI <foo#bar> is used to denote what two representations?

A.   Tangent, and figment.

B.   Primary source, and figment.

C.   Secondary source, and tangent.

D.   Primary source, and fragment.

21: What is 'triple'?

A.   subject-predicate-object

B.   subject-predicate-subject

C.   None of the above

D.   object-predicate-object

22: What does RDF Schema (RDFS) do?

A.   connects a few documents with each other

B.   introduces the notion of a class

C.   Nothing

23: The xsd:boolean datatype is usually denoted as what valuespace?

A.   1, 0

B.   0,1

C.   True, false.

D.   Yes, no

24: When are two IRIs considered equal?

A.   When they align with string theory.

B.   When they equal each other.

C.   When they are in accordance with Simple String Comparison.

25: What is URI?

A.   Uniform Resource Identifier

B.   Unicode Resource Identifier

C.   Universal Race Identification

26: What is the resource denoted by an IRI also called?

A.   Its inherent

B.   Its referent

C.   Its itinerant

D.   Its referee

27: What does RDF's core structure syntax consist of?

A.   Subject, Contact, Object

B.   Subject, Predicate, Object

C.   Subject, Object, Context

D.   Subject, Preference, Context

28: What is a generalized RDF graph?

A.   A set of generalized RDF triples.

B.   A set of distinct RDF doubles.

C.   A set of context-dependent quadruples.

D.   A group of context-free nodes.

29: Subject in the statement "snow has a white color" is...

A.   color

B.   has a white

C.   None of the above

D.   snow

30: The object is …

A.   node

B.   URI, blank node or a Unicode string literal

C.   URI

D.   UTF-8 literal

31: What are collectively known as RDF terms?

A.   IRAs literals, and bank notes.

B.   IRIs, laterals, and blank nodes.

C.   IRIs, literals, and black nodes.

D.   IRIs, literals, and blank nodes

32: In the context of an RDF graph, what are the Subject and Object considered?

A.   A point.

B.   A predicate.

C.   A node.

D.   Parallels.

33: Is it possible to use a semicolon in N3 if the same subject is repeated but with different predicates?

A.   yes

B.   no

34: What is content negotiation?

A.   The practice of pitting different content against one another.

B.   The practice of making two different resources unavailable to eachother.

C.   The practice of making multiple representations of different content available.

D.   The practice of making multiple representations of the same content available.

35: The predominant query language for RDF graphs is...

A.   PHP


C.   None of the above

D.   SQL

36: What value space is affiliated with the gregorian calendar month and day?

A.   xsd:gDayMonth

B.   xMonthxDay

C.   MonthxDayx

D.   xsd:gMonthDay

37: When IRI's are dereferenced, what is now happening to them?

A.   They are endpoints for a large network.

B.   It means that they are together in clusters.

C.   They are serving as starting points for interactions with a remote server.

D.   It means that they are isolated from eachother.

38: The registered name, “genid” uses what scheme?

A.   HTML, or SMTP


C.   PHP, or HTP


39: Datatypes are comprised of what three components?

A.   Logical space, valuable space, and logic-to-value mapping.

B.   Lexical space, value space, and lexical-to-value mapping.

C.   Lexical space, volume space, and lexical-to-volume mapping.

D.   Laboratory space, valve space, and lexical-to-value mapping.

40: RDF can be stored…

A.   only in XML format

B.   in a variety of formats

C.   in XML or HTML format

41: Blank nodes are disjoint IRIs and literals. What does this mean?

A.   It means that they share all common elements.

B.   It means that they share a common element.

C.   It means that they have different elements, however they correlate indirectly.

D.   It means that they share no common element.

42: IEEE floating point numbers with an xsd:double datatype is how many bits?

A.   64

B.   8

C.   16

D.   32

43: What kind of graph is a generalized RDF dataset comprised of?

A.   A generalized RDF graph.

B.   A sub-lexical semantic statement.

C.   A linear RDF predicate.

D.   A specific RDF matrix.

44: For what can be xml:lang attribute in RDF/XML used?

A.   for identification of content language

B.   for identification a browser's language

C.   None of the above

D.   for identification a user's language

45: Where is RDF vocabulary intended to be used?

A.   FDR graphs

B.   RDF literals

C.   RDF graphs

D.   RDF libraries

46: Must two term-equal literals directly correlate character-by-character?

A.   Yes.

B.   No, but they can be off by one character only.

C.   No.

D.   Yes, and they can be off by two characters.

47: What does it mean to say that an IRI is global in scope?

A.   It means that the source of the inherent is global.

B.   It means that two different appearances of an IRI may denote the same resource.

C.   It means that one appearance of an IRI denotes resources that are global in scale.

D.   It means that global IRIs denote a single resource.

48: RDF triples may be stored in a type of database called a …

A.   rdfstorage

B.   triplestore

C.   xmlstorage

D.   None of the above

49: What is RDF triple known as?

A.   RFD Statement.

B.   RDF Subject.

C.   RDF Statement

D.   RDF Suggestion.

50: What is an IRI also known as?

A.   A liberal.

B.   A logical.

C.   A lateral.

D.   A literal.