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  • JRDF has the following features:
    A Graph API (including graph comparison and graph set-based operations),
    Creating and manipulating Graph objects (Statements, Resources, Nodes, etc.),
    In memory and disk based graphs with a standard system level interface for storing triples,
    IoC support (currently using Spring 2),
    RDF Datatypes,
    Groovy Integration (writing RDF and SPARQL DSL),
    Local (where nodes are tied to a graph/store) and global (where they are not) RDF statements, and
    Query Handling including SPARQL support (including results, transport, etc).
    (tags: Java RDF Library)
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