An object representing data and/or metadata. Essentially a file. Bits contain many blobs for metadata and data. Which describe the actual file represented by the data stream.
Metadata concerning a revision of a file. This in turn represents a Node in the graph.
A “Binary Large Object”, simply object stored on disk, i.e. a file. This file can contain actual data or metadata. Blobs are essentially parts of bits.
The most recent node on a branch.
The most recent node.
The first node.
An object which represents a committed revision in the graph.
The object revision which was opened in order to create this revision.
An object created as a result of editing this revision.
An historical account of data over time. This is an abstract term referring to a combination of the commit store and blob store maintaining historical data for a blob.
A method of storing relationships between various data objects in a semantic fashion.
An ontology for describing files and what is contained within files.
The method used to convert the RDF ontology into a file system which is navigatable.
Breadth First Search
Depth First Search
Method of weighting branches in the graph to make them asthetically pleasing and consume the smallest amount of space.