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  • The AIRS Linked Open Vocabulary is a way to describe human services information and referral (I&R) concepts. AIRS is the Alliance of Information and Referral Services (airs.org), which possesses over 1,000 member agencies primarily in the United States and Canada. The AIRS LOV is based on the AIRS XML Schema, available at: https://airs-xml.googlecode.com/hg/tags/3.1/airs.xsd @en
  • 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
  • A vocabulary to describe data sources in a way they can be easily reused and accessed by chatbots. @en
  • Ontology for Cloud Computing Instances. Instance are classes of VM that comprise varying combinations of CPU, memory, storage, and networking capacity. This ontology allows to define the instantiation model of MVs used in large cloud computing providers such as Amazon, Azure, etc. @en
  • Ontology for the definition of regions and zones of availability on CloudComputing platforms and services. This ontology allows to define model of regions used in large cloud computing providers such as Amazon, Azure, etc. @en
  • Service Level Agreement for Cloud Computing Services. This ontology allows to define model of SLA/SLO used in large cloud computing providers such as Amazon, Azure, etc., including terms, claims, credit, compensations, etc @en
  • Simple ontology for Cloud Computing Services. This ontology allows to define model of prices used in large cloud computing providers such as Google, Amazon, Azure, etc., including options for regions, type of instances, prices specification, etc. @en
  • CTRLont specifies concepts and relationships of control actors on a high level @en
  • This document gives URIs to all terms used within Datex II. the Datex standard was developed for information exchange between traffic management centres, traffic information centres and service providers in Europe @en
  • The scope of the DIO is the domain of design intent or design rationale that needs to be documented while undertaking the design of any artifact @en
  • A micro-ontology that defines a set of typical document-related services such as provided by libraries, museums and archives. @en
  • This ontology is being developed by CSIRO under the eReefs project for describing data provider nodes, web services available and datasets that are hosted by them. This ontology features a module for describing Datasets. It does not however describe geospatial, temporal, organisational or domain concepts as these are intended to be included from other ontologies via the imports statement. Other modules complementary to the DPN ontology are http://purl.org/dpn/dataset and http://purl.org/dpn/services. This version aligns DCAT and DC terms and imports DPN services. @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
  • IoT-O is a core domain Internet of Things ontology. It is intended to model horizontal knowledge about IoT systems and applications, and to be extended with vertical, application specific knowledge. It is constituted of different modules : - A sensing module, based on W3C's SSN (http://purl.oclc.org/NET/ssnx/ssn) - An acting module, based on SAN (http://www.irit.fr/recherches/MELODI/ontologies/SAN) - A service module, based on MSM (http://iserve.kmi.open.ac.uk/ns/msm/msm-2014-09-03.rdf) and hRest (http://www.wsmo.org/ns/hrests) - A lifecycle module, based on a lifecycle vocabulary (http://vocab.org/lifecycle/schema-20080603.rdf) and an iot-specific extension (http://www.irit.fr/recherches/MELODI/ontologies/IoT-Lifecycle) - An energy module, based on powerOnt (ttp://elite.polito.it/ontologies/poweront.owl) IoT-O developping team also contributes to the oneM2M IoT interoperability standard. @en
  • The Information Service Ontology specification provides basic concepts and properties for describing different information services, e.g. Wikipedia, MusicBrainz, Freebase @en