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  • This ontology is a representation of The ACM Computing Classification System [1998] @en
  • An RDF vocabulary for describing archival collections and the names associated with them @en
  • The ArCo module is the root of the network ArCo - Architecture of Knowledge. It imports all the other modules and models top-level distinctions from the cultural heritage domain. @en
  • The BIBFRAME model and vocabulary consider resources that are cataloged as works with corresponding instances (physical and/or electronic). The metadata describing a work is an amalgamation of the some of the data that was formerly associated with the uniform title authority record combined with subject data that was associated with the bibliographic records. Thus each cataloging resource must have a work description, and, if the cataloging resource exists physically or electronically, one or more instance descriptions. @en
  • The Bibliographic Ontology Specification provides main concepts and properties for describing citations and bibliographic references (i.e. quotes, books, articles, etc) on the Semantic Web. @en
  • Transformation of bibTeX into an OWL ontology @en
  • Some useful terms for describing bibliographic resources that other models did not include. Version 1.4: brings the description for this schema in line with "Metadata recommendations for Linked Open Vocabulairies", version 1.1.; dct:license replaced by cc:license and the value changed from http://www.opendatacommons.org/licenses/pddl/1.0/ to http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/mark/1.0/; various typos corrected. Version 1.4.1: added links to previous schema versions @en
  • A vocabulary to describe data sources in a way they can be easily reused and accessed by chatbots. @en
  • Types defined by the Dublin Core Collections Application Profile @en
  • An expression in RDF of the application profile for collection-level description developed by the Dublin Core Collection Description Task Group. @en
  • Derive from the EAC-CPF original XML schema. Encoded Archival Context for Corporate Bodies, Persons, and Families provides a grammar for encoding names of creators of archival materials and related information. @en
  • The Catalogue module allows the description of concepts related to the Italian General Catalogue of Cultural Heritage (ICCD-MiBAC), and in particular catalogue records, that is XML files recording all data gathered by a cataloguer on a particular cultural property. @en
  • This ontology defines the terms required to describe the creative works produced by the BBC and their associated metadata. @en
  • The Document Availability Information Ontology (DAIA) describes the current availability of documents in libraries and similar institutions. Availability can be expressed in terms of specific services. @en
  • The ontology, presented here in a beta version, is based on the analysis of the documentation and descriptive requirements of the Intesa Sanpaolo Historical Archive and is intended to describe the content of historical banking documents and of some of the activities carried out by the bank, particularly in relation to third parties (loans, charity donations, seizures and confiscations, etc.), which involve the initiation of processes or the production of documents. The focal point of the descriptive model is the bank - an entity that initiates different types of processes, whose common feature is that they are structured into various stages/events - and the relationship between the documentation produced and the information it contains. In fact, this ontology is based on information collected from archived documents which describe various processes and activities carried out by banking institutions: the starting point for its construction were the inventories and databases of documentation stored in the Historical Archive which was produced by the various banks that over time were merged into Intesa Sanpaolo. The ontology was created to provide a sufficiently abstract representation and model for describing the processes of various banking activities from which the documentation was produced - from a company's request for financing and its outcome, to the preparation of seizure, confiscation and asset restitution filings, to charitable contributions, just to mention a few examples - reusing models that were already well established and widely used. The structure of the proposed ontology is in fact intended to adapt to the various activities, described in the archive files that a banking institution performs in relation to third parties. The proposed ontology is therefore not an ontology on banking activity in general, but on the relationship between this activity and the documents that are produced. Moreover, its objective is not to describe the documents in the strict sense of the term, for which reference is made to OAD ontology. The purpose of this project is to lay the initial, and fundamental, building blocks for describing the complexity, variety, and breadth of the domain of archiving bank records and the data they contain. Despite having data from different banks relating to different activities and having already made arrangements for the integration of third-party datasets and ontologies, before completing the project we will have to wait for the processing of representations based on other types of documents and banking institutions, including non-Italian ones. @en