A list of abbreviations and acronyms used throughout the RelationalAI documentation.
|Application Programming Interface
|Software interface that allows programs to communicate with each other.
|An API for the command line.
|A format used to organize data, primarily used for sparse matrices.
|A text-based data format in which data can be saved in tabular form, separated by commas.
|An electronically stored collection of data which can be easily accessed, retrieved, and manipulated.
|Exploratory Data Analysis
|The practice of analyzing data using statistical and visual techniques to identify features, patterns, and anomalies.
|Graph Normal Form
|A level of database normalization that goes further than the Third Normal Form used by many RDBMSs. Graph Normal Form is the recommended way to normalize your data within RAI.
|A declaration that ensures that a specified condition is met.
|The transfer of data to and from a database, such as the import and export operations for managing data in the RKGS.
|Internationalized Resource Identifier
|A form of resource identifier that supports the use of international characters and the Universal Character Set (UCS).
|A diagram used to visualize graph schema where nodes and edges carry labels and properties.
|A data model that represents knowledge as a graph where the nodes are entities or values and the edges represent relationships between them.
|Lehigh University Benchmark
|A benchmark in the Web Ontology Language (OWL) domain designed to test the reasoning capabilities of a system.
|Minimum Spanning Tree
|A subset of edges of a connected, weighted, and undirected graph that connects all vertices together such that the sum of the weight of the edges is as small as possible.
|A diagram designed to visualize schema and schema rules.
|Web Ontology Language
|A computational logic-based language used to define ontologies and describe the characteristics, classes, and properties of a domain.
|That’s us! A company that provides a cloud-native knowledge graph data management system to express knowledge intuitively using declarative programs.
|Relational Database Management System
|A system that allows you to define, create, and administer a relational database.
|Resource Description Framework
|A model that represents relations between entities in a graph format using data triples: subject-verb-object.
|Representational State Transfer
|An architectural style that describes a set of constraints for developing web services.
|Relational Knowledge Graph System
|A database management system designed to support relational knowledge graphs.
|Software Development Kit
|An installable set of tools with an existing framework used in developing applications for a specific platform.
|First Normal Form
|A level of database normalization. 1NF is considered the lowest level of normalization.
|Third Normal Form
|A level of database normalization that is more normalized than 1NF. Most RDBMSs use 3NF.
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