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This is an experimental test ontology

Author:

Stefan Decker
This is a test ontology for experimental purposes.

Terms:

1 Class, 1 Property

Lexical Markup Framework Ontology version 14

Author:

Tobias Wunner
Specification of Lexical Markup Framework (ISO 24613 rev 14)

Terms:

71 Classes, 39 Properties

dcat vocabulary resources & examples

dcat is an RDF vocabulary for the exchange of data catalogs. Its primary purpose is the expression of government data catalogs, such as data.gov or data.gov.uk, in RDF. This is an ongoing work. We welcome feedback and discussion.

Profiles properties

This describes a vocabulary for routing Semantic Web tools toward an appropriate version, depending on the needs of the tool. For instance, it can be used to provide a DL-compatible version of an otherwise non-DL ontology.

Namespace URI:

http://purl.org/NET/yoda#

Terms:

8 Properties

Expenses (xps) vocabulary examples

The following example shows how to use the Expenses (xps) vocab to model a single expense of a person (see also source).

Expenses vocabulary

A vocabulary for representing a person's expenses.

Namespace URI:

http://vocab.deri.ie/xps#

Terms:

1 Class, 5 Properties

Data Catalog Vocabulary (dcat)

Work on DCAT has moved to W3C. This document is now deprecated in favour of the W3C version.

This document defines an RDF vocabulary for the exchange of data catalogs. Its primary purpose is the expression of government data catalogs, such as data.gov or data.gov.uk, in RDF. It is being produced by the W3C eGovernment Interest Group. This is an early draft. We welcome feedback and discussion.

Terms:

7 Classes, 12 Properties

Sigma EE Configuration Language

This is a draft for the Sigma EE Configuration Language.

Terms:

5 Classes, 1 Property

SMAIL Vocabulary

Author:

Simon Scerri

Terms:

11 Classes, 18 Properties

ACRONYM Ontology

Author:

Fergal Monaghan
The Annotation CReatiON for Your Media (ACRONYM) ontology's purpose is to lend context from the real-world (Ambient Intelligence) to the creation of resources. More specifically, it can be used to capture the presence of relevant wireless devices at the time of resource creation. This ontology's original purpose is to be integrated with other ontologies from social networking, multimedia, geography and context-awareness to aid the semi-automatic annotation of media, but more generally it can be used for Ambient Intelligence applications. For example, it can be used to capture the unique Bluetooth addresses of devices near a cameraphone at the time of photograph capture and later link those addresses to the people that own those devices. Alternatively, it can be used to track the RFID addresses of products in a factory and update their status in an information system. The ontology is open to and welcomes extension with various other types of wireless addressing protocols/formats and application-specific semantics.

Terms:

1 Class, 9 Properties
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