Will SQL server support semantic standards such as RDF, OWL, SPARQL similarly to Oracle 11g? Thank you.
"Oracle Database 11g Semantic Technologies is an open, standards-based, scalable, secure, reliable and performant RDF management platform. Based on a graph data model, RDF data (triples) are persisted, indexed and queried, like other object-relational data
- Stores rich, real-world relationships in the data beyond columns, table joins and Boolean to obtain more semantically complete query results.
- Enables machine-driven discovery of new relationships using the native Oracle Database inference engine, ontologies, and RDFS /SKOS/OWL semantics and user defined rules. Inferred data is persisted in the database for faster querying.
- Queries relationship patterns using either direct SPARQL access to Oracle Database 11g via Jena, Sesame or Joseki, or SQL with SPARQL-like clauses.
- Supports W3C standards for the representation, vocabulary, inferencing and querying of relationships, including RDF, SKOS, RDFS, OWL, and SPARQL.
- Supports key open source technologies, including Jena, Joseki, ARQ, Sesame, Pellet, D2RQ, Jetty, Cytoscape, GATE, and Protégé.
- Secures RDF data at the graph and/or the triple level with declarative constraints on RDF classes and properties or EAL4+ multi-level sec
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