• This Agreements Ontology is designed to model 'agreements' which are social contracts that include licenses, laws, contracts, Memoranda of Understanding, standards and definitional metadata. Its purpose is to support data sharing by making explicit the relationships between agreements and data and agreements and Agents (people and organisations). Eventually it will also help with the interplay between different classes of agreements. @en
  • APCO is an ontology that allows the description of public procurement terms @en
  • The ontology aims at modelling the data on cultural institutes or sites such as data regarding the agents that play a specific role on cultural institutes or sites, the sites themselves, the contact points, all multimedia files which describe the cultural institute or site and any other information useful to the public in order to access the institute or site. Moreover, the ontology represents events that can take place in specific cultural institutes or sites. @en
  • The goal of this vocabulary is to create a scheme to define the contents of information related to the government structure and public centers. @en
  • This document gives URIs to all terms used within Datex II. the Datex standard was developed for information exchange between traffic management centres, traffic information centres and service providers in Europe @en
  • The data.gov.au Dataset Ontology is an OWL ontology designed to describe the characteristics of datasets published on data.gov.au. The ontology contains elements which describe the publication, update, origin, governance, spatial and temporal coverage and other contextual information about the dataset. The ontology also covers aspects of organisational custodianship and governance. By using this ontology to describe datasets on data.gov.au publishers increase discoverability and enable the consumption of this information in other applications/systems as Linked Data. It further enables decentralised publishing of catalogs and facilitates federated dataset search across sites, e.g. in datasets that are published by the States. Other publishers of Linked Data may make assertions about data published using this ontology, e.g. they may publish information about the use of the dataset in other applications. @en
  • The initiative Arag√≥n Open Data was initiated by agreement of 17 of July of 2012 of the Government of Aragon. Under the same was ordered the start of the project to open public data and on February 6, 2013 was implemented through the Portal <a href="http://opendata.aragon.es/"> opendata.aragon.es </a>. Throughout this time there have been numerous works to achieve automation in the publication of information to ensure that third parties can reuse it in the best way. Given the volume of data that begins to exist, within the line of work of automation in information management, all those elements that help in the improvement of the <b> structuring of information </b> and the <b> standardization of the data </b> contained in the databases are beginning to have a special relevance. Based on this, within the General Directorate of Electronic Administration and Information Society, the idea arises of generating a set of technical and legal rules that allow to deepen in that standardization and that lead to think in the creation of the Interoperable Information Scheme Of Aragon (E2IA). The E2IA thus emerges as the framework in which the open data and in general the information of the Government of Aragon can begin to be automated in a much more profound way. The E2IA has to have a number of technical, organizational and legal elements that need to be developed. For this reason, the Technological Institute of Aragon (ITAINNOVA) has been entrusted with carrying out actions consisting in identifying, studying and analyzing current research trends and technological development in relation to ontologies and dictionaries of data interoperability, defining the ontological proposal, performing The necessary tests to validate the ontological proposal and generate the text and web versions of the ontology. @en
  • The objective of this vocabulary is to describe the vote process and results. @en
  • This ontology extends the SAREF ontology for the Smart City domain. This work has been developed in the context of the STF 534 (https://portal.etsi.org/STF/STFs/STFHomePages/STF534.aspx), which was established with the goal to create three SAREF extensions, one of them for the Smart City domain. @en
  • This RDF ontology allows describing any Territorial Statistical Nomenclature (TSN) (i.e., partition of the territory) used as a support to socio-economic data (statistical data that describe territory in terms of population, unemployement rate, transport access, etc.). @en
  • The TSN-Change ontology aims at describing changes that occured from one version of a Territorial Statistical Nomenclature (TSN) (i.e., partition of the territory) and its subsequent (e.g., change in territorial units boundaries to reflect an administrative reorganisation). @en