Knowledge Graphs 4 - Querying your knowledge graph using .NET

This installment leaves the CLI behind to show how we consume a knowledge graph within our programmatic environments. The framework I use to work with RDF is dotNetRdf. This is part 4 of an ongoing series providing a little background on ‘knowledge graphs’. The aim is to let software developers get up to speed as fast as possible. No theory, no digressions, and no history, just practical knowledge. Knowledge Graphs 101 Knowledge Graphs 2 – Playing on the CLI Knowledge Graphs 3 – Using a Triple Store Knowledge Graphs 4 – Querying your knowledge graph using .
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State Machines in C# 3.0 using T4 Templates

UPDATE: The original code for this post, that used to be available via a link on this page, is no longer available. I’m afraid that if you want to try this one out, you’ll have to piece it together using the snippets contained in this post. Sorry for the inconvenience - blame it on ISP churn. Some time back I wrote about techniques for implementing non-deterministic finite automata (NDFAs) using some of the new features of C# 3.
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