• ADMS is a profile of DCAT, used to describe semantic assets (or just 'Assets'), defined as highly reusable metadata (e.g. xml schemata, generic data models) and reference data (e.g. code lists, taxonomies, dictionaries, vocabularies) that are used for eGovernment system development. @en
  • The AGLS Metadata Terms Namespace provides URIs for the AGLS Metadata Terms Vocabulary in the context of AGLS Metadata Standard, a set of metadata properties and associated usage guidelines to improve the visibility, manageability and interoperability of online information and services. Vocabulary terms are declared using RDF Schema language to support RDF applications. It will be updated according to AGLS Working Group decisions. @en
  • A metadata vocabulary for describing comic books and comic book collections. @en
  • The Creative Commons Rights Expression Language (CC REL) lets you describe copyright licenses in RDF @en
  • OWL pattern for describing activity models as abstract dependencies among classes. @en
  • DBpedia Data ID is an ontology with the goal of describing LOD datasets via RDF files in a uniform way. Established vocabularies like DCAT, VoID, Prov-O and SPARQL Service Description are used for maximum compatibility. @en
  • The Dublin Core Metadata Element Set is a vocabulary of fifteen properties for use in resource description. The name "Dublin" is due to its origin at a 1995 invitational workshop in Dublin, Ohio; "core" because its elements are broad and generic, usable for describing a wide range of resources. @en
  • an up-to-date specification of all metadata terms maintained by the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative, including properties, vocabulary encoding schemes, syntax encoding schemes, and classes. @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
  • 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
  • A vocabulary to describe licenses @en
  • An ontology and vocabulary used for exposing IEEE LOM, a metadata standard for educational contents, as Linked Data. It is intended as a bridge for linkage of educational metadata into Linked Open Data (LOD). In this ontology, we designed a mapping of IEEE LOM elements to RDF based on Linked Data principles. @en
  • The Linked SPARQL Queries Vocabulary (LSQ(V)), defined using RDF(S) and OWL, provides a machine readable vocabulary to help describe queries in SPARQL logs and their statistics. The vocabulary builds upon the SPIN vocabulary and the Service Description vocabulary. @en
  • The ELSEWeb Data ontology provides simple classes for describing datasets. This project provides foundational support for the ELSEWeb project(http://elseweb.cybershare.utep.edu/). website: http://elseweb.cybershare.utep.edu/ontologies email: nvillanuevarosales@utep.edu @en