Web Science/Part1: Foundations of the web/Internet vs World Wide Web/Uniform Resource Identifier

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Uniform Resource Identifier

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1

Bring the components of an URI to the correct order.

1st 2nd 3rd 4th
protocol
fragment
hierarchical name
query

2

Which parts of an URL are processed by the Client (Browser), the server and the Internet?

Client Server Internet
used Protocol
the optional port number
hierarchical name (host)
hierarchical name (path)
query (request parameter)
Fragment

3

Which of the following is true?

every URL is a URI
Every URI is a URL
URLs are an Internet Standard
URLs have been introduced for creating the World Wide Web
Tim Berners-Lee was a central person to craft both terms URI and URL
URIs could be used as primary keys in data base systems.
URIs are bound to HTML.

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