This is it (almost)! The whole Semantic Web Idea is based on these three Concepts.
This Chapter provides the Terminology, including the (many) Synonyms for the individual Items, their Properties and Relationships.
Synonyms: Entity, Object, Ressource, Individual, URI, URL
Anything can be a Thing in Spoc-Web if You give it a unique Name.
Things are represented by their Name in a small, rounded Box.
By entering a new Name, You create new Thing.
Entering an existing Name is one way to search for Things. Searching is quite tolerant to Typos; you get a List to choose from, ordered by decreasing Match.
Spoc-Web supports several uniqe Names for each Thing:
Synonyms: Connection, Relationship, Edge, Arrow, Pair
Things get Meaning from the Relations they have with other Things.
These Relations can be expressed as simple Statements and consist of three Parts:
Any Number of Relationships can be added to a Thing.
Spoc-Web already defines about 130 Relations. You should use these when possible, to have a common Vocabulary with other Spoc-Web Users.
Of course You can create new Relations as You like and use them wherever You want.
Synonyms: Quantity, Attribute, Property
Things need Properties to describe them.
These Properties can be expressed as simple Statements and consist of three Parts:
Property Values come in three Types:
Spoc-Web comes with a common Set of 500 Core Predicates. You should re-use these, if you want to exchange Data with other Users.
But You can create new Predicates when necessary and use these.