• The DM2E model is a specialisation of the Europeana Data Model (EDM) and can be used for the description of manuscripts in the cultural heritage domain. @en
  • The DNB RDF Vocabulary (dnb:) is a collection of classes, properties and datatypes used within the DNB's linked data service.It complements the GND Ontology (gndo:) which is specifically geared towards authority data from the Integrated Authority File (GND), whereas this vocabulary is more general-purpose. @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 Data Template (DT) Ontology is based on concepts and principles for creating templates from ISO 23387 and the associated XML data schema, which is currently under development. @en
  • The EUropean Research Information Ontology (EURIO) conceptualises, formally encodes and makes available in an open, structured and machine-readable format data about resarch projects funded by the EU's framework programmes for research and innovation. @en
  • Vocabulary to include sample codes in a schema. Can work with XSLT (http://purl.org/net/ns/ns-schema.xsl) to present schema as XHTML list with examples. @en
  • The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is comprised of several articles, each with points that refer to specific concepts. The general convention of referring to these points and concepts is to quote the specific article or point using a human-readable reference. This ontology provides a way to refer to the points within the GDPR using the EurLex ontology published by the European Publication Office. It also defines the concepts defined, mentioned, and requried by the GDPR using the Simple Knowledge Organization System (SKOS) ontology. @en
  • The Geometry Metadata Ontology contains terminology to Coordinate Systems (CS), length units and other metadata (file size, software of origin, etc.). GOM is designed to be at least compatible with OMG (Ontology for Managing Geometry) and FOG (File Ontology for Geometry formats), and their related graph patterns. In addition, GOM provides terminology for some experimental data structures to manage (marked as vs:term_status = unstable): * transformed geometry (e.g. a prototype door geometry that is reused for all doors of this type). This is closely related to the transformation of Coordinate Systems @en
  • This is a registration of classes and properties from International Standard Bibliographic Description (ISBD), consolidated edition, published by De Gruyter Saur in July 2011 (ISBN 978-3-11-026379-4). @en
  • The ISO Property (ISOProps) ontology maps the data model of the ISO 23386 for the describing, creating, and maintenance of properties in interconnected data dictionaries. The namespace for ISOProps terms is [https://w3id.org/isoprops](https://w3id.org/isoprops) The preferred prefix for the ISOProps namespace is `isoprops`. ## Ontology Overview ![IDDO Ontology](Ontology_Overview.png "Ontology") ## Assigning an ISOProps Property to a Feature of Interest ![Property_Assignment](Property_Assignment.png "Property_Assignment") ## Relation between DCAT vocabulary and the ISOProps ontology ![DataCatalog_Overview](DataCatalog_Overview.png "DataCatalog_Overview") @en
  • ISTEX is a platform that aims to provide the entire French higher education and research community with an online access to retrospective collections of scientific literature in all disciplines. This unparalleled reservoir of multidisciplinary resources is complemented by a significant number of value-added services that can be used to optimise operations through content discovery and interactive valuation tools. @en
  • An ontology for metadata about legal texts represented using the LegalHTML format @en
  • A vocabulary to describe licenses @en
  • The Level of Information Need (LOIN) Ontology is defined for specifying information requirements for delivery of data in a buildings' life cycle. The LOIN ontology is based on the standard BS EN 17412-1 (2020). Furthermore, it is extended with vocabulary for connecing Information Delivery Specifications (IDS) and Information containers for linked document delivery (ICDD) as per ISO 21597-1 (2020). @en