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  • The Core module represents general-purpose concepts orthogonal to the whole network, which are imported by all other ontology modules (e.g. part-whole relation, classification). @en
  • The ontology of the taxonomy "European Skills, Competences, qualifications and Occupations". The ontology considers three ESCO pillars (or taxonomy) and 2 registers. The three pillars are: - Occupation - Skill (and competences) - Qualification For the construction and use of the ESCO pillars, the following modelling artefacts are used: - Facetting support to specialize ESCO pillar concepts based on bussiness relevant Concept Groups (e.g. species, languages, ...) - Conept Groups, Thesaurus array and Compound terms (as detailed in ISO 25964) to organize faceted concepts - SKOS mapping properties to relate ESCO pillar concepts to concepts in other (external) taxonomies (e.g. FoET, ISCO88 and ISCO08. More mappings can be added in the future.) - Tagging ESCO pillar concepts by other (external) taxonomies (NUTS, EQF, NACE, ...) - Capture gender specifics on the labels of the ESCO pillar concepts - Rich ESCO concept relationships holding a description and other specific characteristics of the relation between two ESCO pillar concepts. ESCO maintains two additional registers: - Awarding Body - Work Context Awarding Bodies typically are referenced by ESCO qualifications. Occupations can have one or more work context. @en
  • A Knowledge Model to describe a smart city, that interconnect data from infomobility service, Open Data and other source @en
  • This is the Space Resource Ontology (SROnto) developed to support the space resource utilzation activities by providing a semantically coherent representations of relevant entities. @en