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Pigeon Pea Ontology CGIAR Pigeon Pea ontology beta version CGIAR, International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) Food and agriculture Plant Science and Plant Products Ontology
Plant Environment Ontology The Plant Environment Ontology describes the treatments,growing conditions, and/or study types used in various types of plant biology experiments. The subjects of the studies may also include in vitro plant structures (PO:0000004). A plant treatment is the most specific,and may be a component of a plant growing condition, and the plant study type. The broadest classes are the plant study types where the terms can be used to identify the growth study facility. Each growth facility such as field study, growth chamber, green house etc is a environment on its own and it may also involve instances of biotic and abiotic treatments and different growing conditions. Plant Ontology Consortium Food and agriculture Plant Science and Plant Products Ontology
Plant Ontology A non extensive collection of terms that describe structure and developmental stages of a plant. Arranged in a structured order/network based on the biological concept describing the term's relationship in an ontology tree. International collaborative effort  supported by primary funding (IOS:0822201 award) from the National Science Foundation of USA Plant Ontology Consortium Food and agriculture Plant Science and Plant Products; Plant Science and Plant Products Ontology
Plant Phenotype Experiment Domain Ontology Domain ONtology for Phenotyping Experiments. Synchronized wih the Breeding API (http://docs.brapi.apiary.io) and MIAPPE compliant (https://biosharing.org/bsg-000543) Cyril Pommier Food and agriculture Plant Science and Plant Products Ontology
Plant Trait Ontology A controlled vocabulary to describe phenotypic traits in plants. Each trait is a distinguishable feature, characteristic, quality or phenotypic feature of a developing or mature plant, or a plant part. Planteome Food and agriculture Plant Science and Plant Products Ontology
PLUTO : Plant Variety Database Data on plant varieties (botanical name (Latin name), common name, UPOV code and identification; information on its denomination). - Food and agriculture Plant Science and Plant Products Terminology
Population and Community Ontology The Population and Community Ontology (PCO) models material entities, qualities, and processes related to collections of interacting organisms such as populations and communities. It is taxon neutral, and can be used for any species, including humans. The classes in the PCO are useful for describing evolutionary processes, organismal interactions, and ecological experiments. Practical applications of the PCO include community health care, plant pathology, behavioral studies, sociology, and ecology. The PCO is complient with the Basic Formal Ontology (BFO) and is designed to be compatible with other OBO Foundry ontologies. - Generic / peripheral Organisms; [Peripheral / neighbouring domains] Ontology
Population Multilingual Thesaurus The POPIN Thesaurus provides alphabetical, thematic or subject, and permuted arrangements of terms. As a result of this work, the Third Edition of the POPIN Thesaurus contains approximately 100 new descriptors or terms, all of which are provided in all three languages. A total of some 240 descriptors have been deleted in order to give the thesaurus a more specific subject focus. Some 56 existing descriptors have been clarified by the addition of Scope Notes (SN) in some or all of the languages concerned. Many of the terms in all three languages have also been changed in accordance with the guidelines laid down by the POPIN Thesaurus Management Working Group, primarily to achieve closer comparability between the POPIN Thesaurus and the Macrothesaurus. A few changes in facet titles have also been made, but no major changes to the thematic organisation of the thesaurus were attempted. The POPIN Thesaurus is designed primarily for individual organisations and networks wishing to index material acquired by libraries and documentation centres and for the corresponding retrieval of such material. Second, the thesaurus may be used as a terminological guide for the standardisation of index entries such as subject headings. Third, wherever a computerized search is conducted of bibliographic databases in other subject areas, the thesaurus can be used as a search aid together with other subject-related vocabularies. Fourth, the thesaurus can be used to obtain linguistic equivalencies for translation purposes Committee for International Cooperation in National Research in Demography (CICRED) Generic / peripheral Geospatial and geopolitical domain Thesaurus
Process and Observation Ontology A core ontology for modeling transformation processes and their observations. Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA) Generic / peripheral Agricultural Research, Technology and Engineering Ontology
Project Open Data Metadata Schema The metadata schema describe datasets, APIs, and published data as hosted at agency.gov/data. U.S. Government - [Peripheral / neighbouring domains]; Geospatial and geopolitical domain Schema / element set
Protein Ontology PRO provides an ontological representation of protein-related entities by explicitly defining them and showing the relationships between them. Each PRO term represents a distinct class of entities (including specific modified forms, orthologous isoforms, and protein complexes) ranging from the taxon-neutral to the taxon-specific. The ontology has a meta-structure encompassing three areas: proteins based on evolutionary relatedness (ProEvo); protein forms produced from a given gene locus (ProForm); and protein-containing complexes (ProComp). PRO is funded by NIGMS / NIH grants 1R01GM080646-01, 3R01GM080646-04S1, 3R01GM080646-04S2, 5R01GM080646-05 Protein Ontology Consortium Food and agriculture - Ontology
REEGLE Glossary Details terms used in the climate and REEEP project. Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Partnership Food and agriculture - Glossary
Relations Ontology The OBO Relations Ontology (RO) is a collection of OWL relations (ObjectProperties) intended for use across a wide variety of biological ontologies. - Food and agriculture - Ontology
Resource Equity Resource Equity has developed their own standard list of topical keywords, specific to their focus area: Gender & land rights. The topical keywords are a simple list with no hierarchy, nor is it implemented by any other organization. The list is usable by people that might be interested, but not available for download or any kind of facilitated re-use. Resource Equity Food and agriculture Government, Agricultural Law and Regulations List
Rights and Resources Institute The Rights and Resources Institute classifies the resources through 4 very general 'issues' and 3 of their own initiatives for the user to browse. This is not a standard that can be applied by other organizations. Rights and Resources Institute Generic / peripheral Government, Agricultural Law and Regulations List
RING DCAT extension Extension of the W3C DCAT vocabulary for special needs of the CIARD RING: in particular, it adds properties for special features of OAI-PMH distributions or API-based distributions. agINFRA Consortium, Global Forum on Agricultural Research (GFAR), CIARD Generic / peripheral - Schema / element set
RSS core metadata set RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and is a Web content syndication format.The RSS specification identifies a few metadata elements for the exchange of basic information about news and contents in general (web pages, articles).This metadata set is encoded as RDF in the RSS 1.0 specification (which also includes Dublin Core elements) and as XML in the RSS 2.0 specification. Harvard Law Generic / peripheral - Schema / element set
Schema.org Schema.org is an initiative launched on 2 June 2011 by Bing, Google and Yahoo! to introduce the concept of the Semantic Web to websites. On 1 November Yandex (largest search engine in Russia) joined the initiative.The site schema.org provides a collection of schemas, i.e., html tags, that webmasters can use to markup their pages in ways recognized by major search providers. Search engines rely on this markup to improve the display of search results, making it easier for people to find the right web pages.Many sites are generated from structured data, which is often stored in databases. When this data is formatted into HTML, it becomes very difficult to recover the original structured data. Many applications, especially search engines, can benefit greatly from direct access to this structured data. On-page markup enables search engines to understand the information on web pages and provide richer search results in order to make it easier for users to find relevant information on the web. Markup can also enable new tools and applications that make use of the structure.A shared markup vocabulary makes easier for webmasters to decide on a markup schema and get the maximum benefit for their efforts. So, in the spirit of sitemaps.org, search engines have come together to provide a shared collection of schemas that webmasters can use.  Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, Yandex Generic / peripheral - Schema / element set
Schema.org Nutrition Information Properties to describe the nutritional information about a recipe. (Schema.org alos has a class and a set of properties for describing a Recipe)   schema.org, Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, Yandex Food and agriculture Food and Human Nutrition Schema / element set
Scholarly Works Application Profile The Scholarly Works Application Profile is based on the SWAP Model. The model comprises 5 entities - ScholarlyWork, Expression, Manifestation, Copy and Agent. This application profile provides a way of describing these entities as part of a description set (a set of related DC descriptions).Read its review here. - Generic / peripheral - Application profile
SEEA CF / SEEA AFF Land Cover Classification Land cover being altogether the observed image of ecosystems and of the effects of land use, practical classification may put the emphasis either on vegetation forms or on landscape features shaped by land use. The general approach by FAO is that of a Land Cover Classification System (LCCS) made of a set of consistent rules and a software tool allowing the production of consistent classifications in a variety of different conditions. This is the basis of land cover classification. The Land Cover classification scheme is part of the broader SEEA Common Framework (https://seea.un.org/sites/seea.un.org/files/seea_cf_final_en.pdf). The same Land Cover Classes are used in the SEEA AFF (Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries). Statistical Commission of the United Nations Food and agriculture Natural Resources, Earth and Environment Classification scheme, Glossary
SEEA CF / SEEA AFF Land Use Classification A consolidated land use classification to be used in the System of Integrated Environmental and Economic Accounting (SEEA), based on the major LU databases at the global level and the work of FAO across various Departments and Divisions, including FAOSTAT, World Programme for the Census of Agriculture 2010 (WCA 2010) in Statistics Division; the Global Forest Resources Assessment 2010 (FRA2010) in the Forestry Department; efforts made by colleagues from the Natural Resources Management and Environment Department; and Fisheries and Aquaculture Department. The Land Use classification scheme is part of the broader SEEA Common Framework (https://seea.un.org/sites/seea.un.org/files/seea_cf_final_en.pdf).  The same Land Use Classes are used in the SEEA AFF (Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries). Statistical Commission of the United Nations Food and agriculture Farms and Farming Systems; Rural and Agricultural Sociology Classification scheme, Glossary
Semantic Types Ontology UMLS semantic types ontology. 2015AA version. US National Library of Medicine Generic / peripheral - Ontology
Semanticscience Integrated Ontology The semanticscience integrated ontology (SIO) provides a simple, integrated upper level ontology (types, relations) for consistent knowledge representation across physical, processual and informational entities. It provides vocabulary for the Bio2RDF (http://bio2rdf.org) and SADI (http://sadiframework.org) projects. - Generic / peripheral - Ontology
SEMIDE thesaurus EMWIS is an initiative of the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership. It provides a strategic tool for exchanging information and knowledge in the water sector between and within the Euro Mediterranean partnership countries. All the countries involved in the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership are concerned: The 27 EU member states; The 10 Mediterranean Partner Countries (Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Syria, Tunisia and Turkey).  Euro-Mediterranean Information System on know-how in the Water sector (EMWIS) Generic / peripheral Natural Resources, Earth and Environment Thesaurus
Sequence Types and Features Ontology SO is a collaborative ontology project for the definition of sequence features used in biological sequence annotation. SO was initially developed by the Gene Ontology Consortium. Contributors to SO include the GMOD community, model organism database groups such as WormBase, FlyBase, Mouse Genome Informatics group, and institutes such as the Sanger Institute and the EBI. Input to SO is welcomed from the sequence annotation community. The OBO revision is available here: http://sourceforge.net/p/song/svn/HEAD/tree/ The Gene Ontology Consortium Food and agriculture Plant Science and Plant Products Ontology
SILVA Voc Clearinghouse for Multilingual Forest Terminology It provides bibliographical and consultation services about forest terminologies and terminological activities. - Food and agriculture Forest Science and Forest Products Terminology
Simple Knowledge Organization System Simple Knowledge Organization System (SKOS) is a common data model for sharing and linking knowledge organization systems via the Web. Many knowledge organization systems, such as thesauri, taxonomies, classification schemes and subject heading systems, share a similar structure, and are used in similar applications. SKOS captures much of this similarity and makes it explicit, to enable data and technology sharing across diverse applications.The SKOS data model provides a standard, low-cost migration path for porting existing knowledge organization systems to the Semantic Web. SKOS also provides a lightweight, intuitive language for developing and sharing new knowledge organization systems. It may be used on its own, or in combination with formal knowledge representation languages such as the Web Ontology language (OWL). W3C Generic / peripheral - Schema / element set
Single-Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNP) Ontology SNP-Ontology is a domain ontology that provides a formal representation (OWL-DL) of genomic variations. Despite its name, SNP-Ontology, is not limited to the representation of SNPs but it encompasses genomic variations in a broader meaning. SNP-Ontology is general enough to enable the representation of variations observed in genome of various species. Latest versions of SNP-Ontology include the representation of haplotype and of CNV. The unambiguous representation of genomic variations provided by SNP-Ontology enables to integrate heterogeneous data related to genomic variations. To achieve this goal SNP-Ontology enables (1) to represent one variation in accordance with various ways that exist for describing it, (2) to represent the equivalence between two distinct descriptions of one variation, and (3) to represent correspondence between a genomic variation and its outcome at the transcriptome and proteome levels. Adrien Coulet Food and agriculture - Ontology
SmartProducts Network of Ontologies: Food ontologies The SmartProducts Network of Ontologies (SPO) provides a clear specification of the conceptual model underlying the work on the SmartProducts project, and maximises interoperability not just among all SmartProducts applications, but also between these and other applications in related domains. SPO comprises three different sets of modules, which reflect different levels of abstraction and reuse, from the most generic to the application-specific ones. Because each layer is itself divided into several sub-modules, we obtain a highly modular design, which makes it possible to reduce the parts to be used by a device, depending on its functionalities - e.g., no need to use the process model on devices that only serve as data providers. The SmartProducts Food Domain Model defines concepts and properties specific for the Philips use case (cooking domain) The Food Taxonomy contains food taxonomy constructed using PowerAqua and edited manually. The Food nutrients ontology contains nutritional information fromm Freebase and defines individuals for a "dummy" test scenario for Philips.   SmartProducts project, KNOWLEDGE MEDIA INSTITUTE - THE OPEN UNIVERSITY Food and agriculture Food and Human Nutrition Model, Ontology
SO 19152:2012 Geographic information -- Land Administration Domain Model (LADM) ISO 19152:2012 defines a reference Land Administration Domain Model (LADM) covering basic information-related components of land administration (including those over water and land, and elements above and below the surface of the earth). It provides an abstract, conceptual model with four packages related to parties (people and organizations); basic administrative units, rights, responsibilities, and restrictions (ownership rights); spatial units (parcels, and the legal space of buildings and utility networks); spatial sources (surveying), and spatial representations (geometry and topology) It also provides terminology for land administration, based on various national and international systems; International Standards Organisation Food and agriculture Government, Agricultural Law and Regulations Data specification, Model, Terminology
Social Tenure Domain Model (STDM) There is a gap in the conventional land administration systems such that customary and informal tenure cannot be easily handled. There is a need for complimentary approaches in land administration. The concept of the Social Tenure Domain Model is to bridge this gap by providing a standard for representing ‘people – land’ relationships independent of the level of formality, legality and technical accuracy. The STDM is a ‘specialization’ of the ISO-approved Land Administration Domain Model (LADM). In this context, specialization means that there are some differences, which are mostly in the terminology and in the application area. The STDM is used in the STDM software and available in a series of UML models. Global Land Tool Network (GLTN) Food and agriculture Government, Agricultural Law and Regulations Data specification
SoilIEML interoperability experiment Soil data exchange and analysis is compromised by the lack of a widely agreed international standard for the exchange of data describing soils and the sampling and analytical activities relating to them. Previous modeling activities in Europe and Australasia have not yielded models that satisfy many of the data needs of global soil scientists, data custodians and users. This IE evaluated existing models and proposed a common core model, including a GML/XML schema, which was tested through the deployment of OGC web services and demonstration clients. IE time constraints and limited participant resources precluded extensive modeling activities. However, the resulting model should form the core of a more comprehensive model to be developed by a future OGC Soil Data Standards Working Group. Soil IE engineering report available at http://www.opengeospatial.org/docs/er Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) Food and agriculture Natural Resources, Earth and Environment Model
Sorghum Ontology CGIAR Sorghum Ontology - Food and agriculture Plant Science and Plant Products Ontology
Soy Ontology Soybean Growth and Trait Ontology - Food and agriculture Plant Science and Plant Products Ontology
Soybean Ontology CGIAR Soybean Ontology beta version CGIAR, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) Food and agriculture Plant Science and Plant Products Ontology
Statistical Data and Metadata eXchange The BIS, ECB, EUROSTAT, IMF, OECD, UN, and the World Bank have joined together to focus on business practices in the field of statistical information that would allow more efficient processes for exchange and sharing of data and metadata. The goal is to explore common e-standards and ongoing standardization activities that could allow us to gain efficiency and avoid duplication of effort in our own work and possibly for the work of others in the field of statistical information. Bank for International Settlements, European Central Bank, eurostat, International Monetary Fund, OECD, United Nations, World Bank Generic / peripheral Education and Agricultural Extension; Information Management Schema / element set
STW Thesaurus for Economics The thesaurus provides vocabulary on any economic subject: more than 6,000 standardized subject headings and about 19,000 entry terms to support individual keywords. You can also find technical terms used in law, sociology, or politics, and geographic names. When selecting terms from this vocabulary, you are sure to get results matching your search query. The information on the web pages is also embedded as data (RDFa) in order to support multiple re-use in the economics and business communities and within the semantic web. ZBW - Leibniz Information Centre for Economics Generic / peripheral Farms and Farming Systems Thesaurus
Suelo Urbano (Habitat for Humanity LAC) Habitat for Humanity LAC has developed a platform, Suelo Urbano, on which they use top-tier categorization similar to the Global Land Tool Network. Below the top-tier terms, they have a set of tags that are resource types, topical keywords and geographical areas. Habitat for Humanity LAC Food and agriculture Government, Agricultural Law and Regulations; Natural Resources, Earth and Environment List
Sustainable Development Goals Interface Ontology The SDGIO aims to provide a semantic bridge between 1) the Sustainable Development Goals, their targets, and indicators and 2) the large array of entities they refer to. It imports classes from numerous exisitng ontologies (ENVO, CHEBI, OBI) and maps to vocabularies such as GEMET to promote interoperability. New classes will be minted and defined where no external class exists. - Food and agriculture - Code list, Ontology
SWD The Subject Headings Authority File (German: Schlagwortnormdatei) or SWD is a controlled keyword descriptor system used primarily for subject indexing in library catalogs. The SWD is managed by the German National Library (DNB) in cooperation with various library networks. The inclusion of keywords in the SWD is defined by "Rules for the Keyword Catalogue" (RSWK). Similar authority systems in other languages include the Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH) and the Répertoire d'autorité-matière encyclopédique et alphabétique unifié (RAMEAU). Since April 2012 the SWD is part of the Integrated Authority File (Gemeinsame Normdatei or GND). The SWD has about 600,000 descriptors and 700,000 non-descriptors (synonyms and quasi-synonyms) as well as synonymous descriptor chains with references to a descriptor. Its growth rate is about 5.5% per year. About three-quarters of the descriptors refer to individual concepts (language identifier, person, entity, title, ethnography etc.) and a quarter are abstract concepts. Linking using hierarchical (about 115,000) and associative (26,000) relations is not very dense, so the SWD cannot be viewed as a thesaurus (as at mid-2003). The terms in the SWD are also arranged in a separate classification with nearly 500 classes in 36 main groups. Deutschen National bibliothek Generic / peripheral - Name authority list
Sweet Potato Ontology CGIAR Sweet Potato Ontology beta version CGIAR, International Potato Center (CIP) Food and agriculture Plant Science and Plant Products Ontology
SYNOP Data Format (FM-12) Surface Synoptic Observations SYNOP (surface synoptic observations) is a numerical code (called FM-12 by WMO) used for reporting weather observations made by manned and automated weather stations. SYNOP reports are typically sent every six hours by Deutscher Wetterdienst on shortwave and low frequency using RTTY. A report consists of groups of numbers (and slashes where data is not available) describing general weather information, such as the temperature, barometric pressure and visibility at a weather station. It can be decoded by open-source software such as seaTTY, metaf2xml or Fldigi. World Meteorological Organization Generic / peripheral Meteorology and Climatology; [Peripheral / neighbouring domains] Binary / text data format, Code list, Messaging standard
TaxonConcept TaxonConcept.org is a Linked Open Data site providing Semantic Web identifiers for species concepts.The TaxonConcept Knowledge Base provides informative Linked Open Data URI's for species concepts that improve the quality and stability of links between a species and data about that species. There are currently 108,175 species concepts and a and 1,000 records for species occurrences. There are also a few examples of references, and image galleries. I have added links below for an insect, mammal, bird and tree to serve as examples of the interlinking etc. The occurrence records are interlinked with GeoNames. A species can have several different classifications, for instance it's classification in NCBI and DBpedia, are different. To allow multiple classifications, the species model is separate from any specific classification. However many want these two aspects connected together. To make this easy, I have created an additional owl:sameAs RDF dump file which makes the #Taxonomy the same as the #Species. This is particularly useful for browsing SPARQL query results with Microsoft Pivot. In addition, it is also possible to create similar mapping files that can be used to tie the species to alternative classifications. The data set and related vocabularies have been changed as of June 11, 2013. The goals of the TaxonConcept are:Create Linked Open Data (LOD) Identifiers for Species ConceptsLink Species Concepts to Names in the Global Names Initiative DatabaseInvestigate using LOD Methods to match Specimens and related Data to Species Concepts editor Peter J. DeVries Food and agriculture - Taxonomy
Taxonomy of Enterprise Knowledge Management Types/Categories The taxonomy lists terms that are most important to Information Technology (IT) Organizations, IT Professionals, and Knowledge Management Professionals who support or provide services to enterprises.The taxonomy… Includes approximately 1,000 KM Categories,Aligns directly with Enterprise Service Types/Categories,Doubles as a controlled vocabulary,Can be used to identify and prioritize key areas of enterprise knowledge,Can be used as a baseline template for measuring and assessing different types of knowledge maturity & completeness, andIs constantly reviewed, improved and grows as new categories are defined.  The International Foundation for Information Technology - See more at: http://www.if4it.com/SYNTHESIZED/FRAMEWORKS/TAXONOMY/enterprise_knowledge_taxonomy.html#sthash.a2NmDazj.dpuf Generic / peripheral - Taxonomy
Terms of Environment definitions do not constitute the Agency's official use of terms and phrases for regulatory purposes - Generic / peripheral Natural Resources, Earth and Environment Glossary
Tesauro de Biología Animal El Tesauro ICYT de Biología Animal, desarrollado en el marco de dicho proyecto, nació de la necesidad concreta de normalizar, actualizar y estructurar los términos científicos utilizados para el análisis documental en el campo de la Biología Animal. No existiendo ningún otro tesauro sobre este tema en lengua española, era preciso proceder a su creación, considerándose esta opción más adecuada que la traducción y adaptación de un tesauro en lengua extranjera, debido a que se adaptaba mejor a las necesidades concretas de la mencionada base de datos. El proyecto, así como los primeros resultados en el desarrollo del tesauro, fueron presentados en el 46 Congreso y Conferencia de la FID, celebrado en Madrid en Octubre de 1992. La aparición de este tesauro presenta un interés múltiple. Por una parte, es el primer tesauro sobre Biología Animal creado en lengua española, y supone un avance en la normalización de la terminología científica en español. En segundo lugar, al haber sido desarrollado a partir del lenguaje documental de la base de datos ICYT, tiene una aplicación práctica concreta e inmediata, ya que su implementación en el SGBD de la misma facilita tanto el análisis documental como la recuperación de la literatura científica española en este campo. Por último, proporciona a los documentalistas, investigadores y usuarios en general un marco linguístico de referencia y una herramienta que hace más amigable el proceso de recuperación de información de bases de datos bibliográficas, al tiempo que aumenta la pertinencia de dicha recuperación. La presentación de una obra científica, de las características de la presente, implica, en general, una invitación a hacer una recapitulación sobre los avatares que, a lo largo de su gestación, han ido produciéndose, y las perspectivas y proyectos de futuro relacionados con la misma, lo que, en forma necesariamente esquemática, va a constituir el contenido básico de esta presentación Instituto de Estudios Documentales sobre Ciencia y Tecnología (IEDCYT) Food and agriculture Animal Science and Animal Products Thesaurus
Texas Digital Library Descriptive Metadata Guidelines for Electronic Theses and Dissertations, Version 2.0 The guidelines are meant to provide direction to the TDL's member institutions and other ETD practitioners on metadata for electronic theses and dissertations, with a particular focus on works published through Vireo, the TDL's open source ETD workflow platform. While the guidelines provide specific guidance for Vireo development and DSpace implementation, they aim to be platform-agnostic, broadly applicable whether institutions use DSpace, Vireo, Fedora, Digital Commons, or any other repository or thesis submission system. - Generic / peripheral - Schema / element set
The Bath Profile The Bath Profile is an ISO Internationally Registered Profile (IRP) of the Z39.50 Information Retrieval Protocol, intended as a basis for effective interoperability between library and cross-domain applications. It is widely implemented, and generally seen as the best basis for interoperability between independently built bibliographic Z39.50 clients and servers. SRW (Search/Retrieve Web Service) is a new HTTP-based information retrieval protocol providing broadly the same facilities as Z39.50, but by means of very different technology. CQL (Common Query Language) is a new query language, human-readable and writable but rigorous enough to be used as the protocol-level search syntax for SRW. In order to promote interoperability between bibliographic clients and servers using SRW, it is necessary to provide specifications for expressing the Bath Profile's queries and returning bibliographic records. This is widely seen as a prerequisite for the widespread adoption of SRW in the library community. This document describes version 2.0 of the Bath Profile for SRW, since it corresponds to version 2.0 of the Bath Profile for Z39.50. Its unique identifier is the URI University of Bath Generic / peripheral - Data specification
The Bibliographic Ontology The Bibliographic Ontology describe bibliographic things on the semantic Web in RDF. This ontology can be used as a citation ontology, as a document classification ontology, or simply as a way to describe any kind of document in RDF. Frédérick Giasson Generic / peripheral - Ontology
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