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SDShare: Protocol for the Syndication of Semantic Descriptions

By murray - Posted on 17 July 2008

This document describes a protocol for the exchange of semantic descriptions. It defines how a RESTful web service can publish a series of web accessible feeds that describe snapshots and changes to collections of semantic descriptions. This protocol also defines how a client should process those feeds so that a local store is in sync. A client can synchronize with more than one server to act as an aggregator for semantic descriptions.

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I think its a good idea to set a standard type of protocols for all devices as it will reduce hardware usage. These protocols are very helpful for developers dealing in semantic descriptions and trying synchronize data with more than on server. I think resources like are using cloud storage. Thanks