Kowari and mulgara

Kowari and mulgara

Order : Dasyuromorphia
Family : Dasyuridae
Genus : Dasycercus

 

Animals in the genus Dasycercus

Kowari
Facts about the genus Dasycercus, the kowari and mulgara

Kowari is an open-sourced (Mozilla Public License) triplestore optimized for RDF storage, created by Tucana Technologies, and written entirely in Java 1. (Full text)

Unlike a relational database, Kowari is optimized for the storage and retrieval of many short statements (in the form of subject-predicate-object, like "Kowari is fun" or "Kowari imports RDF").

The latest stable release of Kowari is version 1.

Kowari is an important part of a solution to this problem.

Kowari is an open-sourced (Mozilla Public License) triplestore optimized for RDF storage, created by Tucana Technologies, and written entirely in Java 1. (Full text)

) The kowari is a small carnivorous marsupial weighing 70 - 137 g (2. (Full text)

The Kowari is a small carnivorous marsupial native to the dry graslands and deserts of central Australia. (Wiki)

>From Andew's e-mails, it seems like much of the documentation on kowari is out-of-date. (Full text)

It is believed that the population of the mulgara is dependent on the quality of each season. (Full text)

The tiny mulgara is a mouse-like marsupial that hunts for insects at night. (Full text)

The Mulgara is a carnivorous marsupial belonging to the Family Dasyuridae.

The Mulgara is one of the most perfectly adapted desert marsupials.

Mulgara is licensed to SGB Aust and has had very limited evaluation in SA.

The marsupial mole has no eyes and burrows in the sand, while the mulgara is a sharp toothed insect eating animal. (Full text)

The marsupial mole has no eyes and burrows in the sand, while the mulgara is a sharp toothed insect eating animal. (Full text)

A mulgara is a small tree of the arid regions another

A mulgara is discovered during a fauna survey for tjakura - great desert skink (Full text)

Downloads Source downloads of Kowari are available from the downloads page.

These include: Urchin-Kowari's use of SOAP messaging between the components is inefficient if Urchin and Kowari are running on

The primitive datatypes supported by Kowari are listed in the following table.

Slides from my talk with Ben Lund from Nature Publishing on the integration of the Urchin RSS aggregator and Kowari are here. (Full text)

"The already threatened Mountain Pygmy Possum, Northern Hairy Nosed Wombat, Long Footed Potoroo, Heath Rat and Kowari are among species not expected to cope with the new threats posed by global warming.

The Kowari is a solitary animal and marks its territory with secreations from a scent gland and leaving scats and urine at certain places throught their home teritory When approached, Kowari are very aggressive with much hisssing and chattering and thrashing of its tail.

Mulgara are not fond of the heat and will retreat into their burrow. (Full text)

COMMONWEALTH SUPPORT FOR NT TO PROTECT ITS UNIQUE WILDLIFE The threatened Bilby, Great Desert Skink and Mulgara are among a number of species that stand a better chance of survival after the announcement today of Federal Government funding to Northern Territory community groups.

Mr Holmes says Northern Territory species such as the bilby, gouldian finch and mulgara are all threatened and the mala is now extinct. (Full text)

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