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    This document describes RML, a generic mapping language, based on and extending [R2RML]. The RDF Mapping language (RML) is a mapping language defined to express customized mapping rules from heterogeneous data structures and serializations to the RDF [RDF-CONCEPTS] data model. RML is defined as a superset of the W3C-standardized mapping language [R2RML], aiming to extend its applicability and broaden its scope, adding support for data in other structured formats. [R2RML] is the W3C standard to express customized mappings from relational databases to RDF. RML follows exactly the same syntax as R2RML; therefore, RML mappings are themselves RDF graphs. The present document describes the RML language and its concepts through definitions and examples.
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