• This document specifies a vocabulary for asserting the existence of official endorsements or certifications of agents, such as people and organizations. @en
  • The provenance ontology supports data management and auditing tasks. It is used to define the different types of named graphs we used in the store (quad store) and enables their association with metadata that allow us to manage, validate and expose data to BBC services @en
  • Ontology for Certificates and crypto stuff. @en
  • This vocabulary defines a set of terms for describing changes to resource descriptions. @en
  • This RDF document contains a library of data quality constraints represented as SPARQL query templates based on the SPARQL Inferencing Framework (SPIN). The data quality constraint templates are especially useful for the identification of data quality problems during data entry and for periodic quality checks during data usage. @en
  • The Data Quality Management Vocabulary - An Ontology for Data Requirements Management, Data Quality Monitoring, Data Quality Assessment, and Data Cleansing @en
  • The Data Quality Vocabulary (DQV) is seen as an extension to DCAT to cover the quality of the data, how frequently is it updated, whether it accepts user corrections, persistence commitments etc. When used by publishers, this vocabulary will foster trust in the data amongst developers. @en
  • EARL is a vocabulary, the terms of which are defined across a set of specifications and technical notes, and that is used to describe test results. The primary motivation for developing this vocabulary is to facilitate the exchange of test results between Web accessibility evaluation tools in a vendor-neutral and platform-independent format. It also provides reusable terms for generic quality assurance and validation purposes. @en
  • GDPRov is an OWL2 ontology to express provenance metadata of consent and data lifecycles towards documenting compliance for GDPR. @en
  • This ontology is a version of the ISO TC211, Group for Ontology Management (GOM)'s OWL ontology interpretation of the ISO19160-1:2015 "Addressing -- Part 1: Conceptual model" standard (see https://www.iso.org/standard/61710.html) taken from that ontology's source code, published at https://github.com/ISO-TC211/GOM/tree/master/isotc211_GOM_harmonizedOntology/19160-1/2015. @en
  • The Knowledge Diversity Ontology aims at providing a vocabulary that describes different dimensions of knowledge diversity of the Web. To support the representation of diversity information, the conceptual model of the Knowledge Diversity Ontology includes concepts and relations that were identified and modelled by focusing on real world scenarios in context of customer feedback, news, and Wikipedia opinion mining as well as content and sentiment analysis. @en
  • A vocabulary that supports the publication of Open Data by providing the means to capture machine-readable "rights statements", e.g. the licensing information, copyright notices and attribution requirements that are associated with the publication and re-use of a dataset. @en
  • The Open Provenance Model is a model of provenance that is designed to meet the following requirements: (1) To allow provenance information to be exchanged between systems, by means of a compatibility layer based on a shared provenance model. (2) To allow developers to build and share tools that operate on such a provenance model. (3) To define provenance in a precise, technology-agnostic manner. (4) To support a digital representation of provenance for any 'thing', whether produced by computer systems or not. (5) To allow multiple levels of description to coexist. (6) To define a core set of rules that identify the valid inferences that can be made on provenance representation. @en
  • OPMV, the Open Provenance Model Vocabulary, provides terms to enable practitioners of data publishing to publish their data responsibly. @en
  • PAV is a lightweight ontology for tracking Provenance, Authoring and Versioning. PAV specializes the W3C provenance ontology PROV-O in order to describe authorship, curation and digital creation of online resources. @en