The aim of the M3 ontology network is to represent the knowledge related to multimedia information of any type of resource (text, video, audio, audiovisual or image) in several domains and taking into account a multilingual context.
hydrOntology (Vilches-Blázquez et al., 2009) is an ontology in OWL that follows a top-down development approach. Its main goal is to harmonize heterogeneous information sources coming from several cartographic agencies and other international resources.
The Human Resources Management Ontology, will act as a common "language" in the form of a set of controlled vocabularies to describe the details of a job posting and the CV of a job seeker. The ontology was developed following the NeOn Methodology for Building Ontology Networks and with the ontology engineering tools WSMT and WebODE. Currently the ontology is available in WSML.
The Ontology is open source. The HRM ontology is available for its download in the following link (WSML) or in the following link (RDF(s)).
This ontology was developed as part of the Ph. D. thesis “A Method for Developing Ontologies from User-Generated Classification Systems”. It was designed to provide semantic descriptions of the input and output data of the different processes making up the method proposed in the thesis. Along with ontology we published a file readme.pdf where you can find additional information.
The aim of the ontology network of the Geobuddies project is to represent the knowledge related to art, attractions, routes and community services that may be encountered during the completion of the Way of St. James.
Ontology network Geobuddies is a central ontology (CaminoDeSantiago.owl) that links together a set of ontologies that describe the different sub domains that are necessary for the modeling of the knowledge about the Way of St. James. These sub domains are: Art, Architecture, Tastes, Geography, Languages, People, Price, Community Services, Time and Units of Measure.
The aim of the ontology network mIO! is to represent knowledge related to the context of the user. The context of the user must include the user's local information (position, date), information from the environment (temperature, luminosity), personal tastes of entertainment (theater, sport), and social information (buddy list, agenda). Furthermore, this context should include information about the services that a user can produce and/or consume (availability, price), as well as information on the devices that a user can use (battery, cover).
In the research projects of the European Commission's Framework Programme, a set of ontologies have been using for modelling the information. The set of ontologies are: Documentation Ontology, Event Ontology, Organization Ontology, Person Ontology and Project Ontology. These ontologies have been used in different FP6 and FP7 projects, such as NeOn (FP6), SemSorGrid4Env (FP6), SEALS (FP7), etc.
The Ontology Metadata Vocabulary OMV is a standard proposal for describing ontologies and related entities. The OMV metadata schema is formally represented as ontology and is designed modularly: OMV distinguishes between the OMV Core and various OMV Extensions. The core captures information which is expected to be relevant to the majority of ontology reuse settings, while the extensions allow ontology developers and users to specify task/application-specific ontology-related information (e.g. mappings, ontology evaluation, ontology changes etc,). The OMV ontology is available for its download in the following link.
Following a multilevel approach to implement the metascheduling system (metascheduler and adapters) we will divide the information model in two different layers. One layer to define the relevant entities using common concepts, trying to describe all the necessary elements in order to perfom a scheduling process in any grid system. The metascheduler reasoning process will take into account these entities, so it could compare and reason about different system in a homogeneous way. This model is described in the "planificador.owl" ontology.
PhenomenOntology is a topographic ontology that contains geographic features present in Spanish territory. This ontology has been developed by the Ontology Engineering Group (OEG) in collaboration with the Spanish National Geographic Institute (IGN). PhenomenOntology development is based on different heterogeneous geospatial information resources pertaining to IGN, such as: Concise Gazetteer, Spanish National Geographic Nomenclature, Numerical Cartographic Base 1:200.000, Numerical Cartographical Base 1:25,000 and Numerical Topographical Base 1:25.000.
For downloading the ontology, use the following link.
The ICPS ontology network has been built in the framework of the International Classification for Patient Safety Project (also known as ICPS). This project is carried out under the auspices of the World Alliance for Patient Safety of the World Health Organization (WHO). The Alliance encourages research activities with the aim of improve the patient safety.
In this context, the aim of the ICPS ontology network is to represent the knowledge related to incidents that occur to patients during hospital stays. For the time being, the representation has focused on falls and pressure ulcer incidents.