• 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • MADS/RDF (Metadata Authority Description Schema in RDF) is a knowledge organization system (KOS) designed for use with controlled values for names (personal, corporate, geographic, etc.), thesauri, taxonomies, subject heading systems, and other controlled value lists @en
  • An application profile of DCAT combining it with other metadata vocabularies (e.g. VoID, DCTERMS, LIME) to meet requirements elicited in various use cases of the Semantic Web platform Semantic Turkey @en
  • This specification describes MOD, a metadata vocabulary to describe and publish ontologies @en
  • An OWL vocabulary for describing uncertainty metadata. @en
  • The Open NEE Model defines an extension of the Open Annotation Data Model (http://www.openannotation.org/spec/core) that allows describing in RDF the result of a Named Entity Extraction (NEE) process, enabling thereby an application to run advanced (SPARQL) queries over the annotated data. The model also exploits the Open NEE Configuration Model (http://www.ics.forth.gr/isl/oncm) for relating the output of a NEE process with an applied configuration (serving provenance information to the output of the entire NEE process). @en
  • The Open Digital Rights Language (ODRL) provides flexible and interoperable mechanisms to support transparent and innovative use of digital content in publishing, distribution, and consumption of of digital media across all sectors and communities. The ODRL Policy model is broad enough to support traditional rights expressions for commercial transaction, open access expressions for publicly distributed content, and privacy expressions for social media. @en
  • Creative Commons Ontology, extending RDF file at http://creativecommons.org/schema.rdf @en