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  • The AKT Reference Ontology has been designed to support the AKT-2 demonstrator ("AKTive Portal"), and subsequent activities. The ontology, designed by the AKT-2 group and codified by Enrico Motta, extends Version 1. @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 lightweight ontology to structure e- brainstorming sessions @en
  • The Context Description module includes models for the context of a cultural property, in a broad sense: agents (e.g.: author, collector, copyright holder), objects (e.g.: inventories, bibliography, protective measures, other cultural properties, collections etc.), activities (e.g.: surveys, conservation interventions), situations (e.g.: commission, coin issuance, estimate, legal situation) related, involved or involving the cultural property. Thus it represents attributes that do not result from a measurement of features in a cultural property, but are associated with it. @en
  • This vocabulary is intended to describe all the aspects which are needed to communicate incident related information for fire department services @en
  • The CWRC Ontology is the ontology of the Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory. @en
  • The Denotative Description module encodes the characteristics of a cultural property, as detectable and/or detected during the cataloguing process and measurable according to a reference system. Examples include measurements e.g. length, constituting materials e.g. clay, employed techniques e.g. melting, conservation status e.g. good, decent, bad. In this module are used as template the following Ontology Design Patterns: - http://www.ontologydesignpatterns.org/cp/owl/collectionentity.owl - http://www.ontologydesignpatterns.org/cp/owl/classification.owl - http://www.ontologydesignpatterns.org/cp/owl/descriptionandsituation.owl - http://www.ontologydesignpatterns.org/cp/owl/situation.owl @en
  • The Description of a Project (DOAP) vocabulary, described using W3C RDF Schema and the Web Ontology Language. @en
  • The Dataset Usage Vocabulary (DUV) is used to describe consumer experiences, citations, and feedback about datasets from the human perspective. @en
  • The Linked Earth Ontology aims to provide a common vocabulary for annotating paleoclimatology data @en
  • This is a vocabulary for modeling jobs offer in Spain. @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 vocabulary for the Social and Solidarity Economy (SSE). This vocabulary is designed to be used in combination with the metadata schemes/vocabularies/ontologies: dcterms, good relations, foaf, vcard, organization and schema.org - this is defined in the Dublin Core Application Profile of the SSE. Developed by the ESSGlobal group of the Intercontinental Network for Promoting the Social and Solidarity Economy (RIPESS) Organisation. @en
  • Global City Indicator Foundation Ontology developed by the Information Engineering Group, Mechanical & Industrial Engineering, University of Toronto. Contains the foundation ontologies required to represent ISO 37120 city indicators, including Placenames, Time, Measurement, Provenance, Statistics, Validity and Trust. See: Fox, M.S., (2013), "A Foundation Ontology for Global City Indicators", Global City Institute Working Paper, Vol. 1, No.4, pp. 1-45. Global Cities Institute, University of Toronto. Updated 24 June 2014: http://www.eil. Based on the Global City Indicators Facility, University of Toronto: http://www.cityindicators.org/Deliverables/Core%20and%20Supporting%20Indicators%20Table%20SEPTEMBER%202011.pdf. Contact: Mark S. Fox, msf@eil.utoronto.ca @en