Difference between revisions of "Ontology standards"

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* [[ISO/TS 19150-1:2012 Geographic information - Ontology - Part 1: Framework]]
 
* [[ISO/TS 19150-1:2012 Geographic information - Ontology - Part 1: Framework]]
 
* [[ISO/TS 19150-2:2015 Geographic information - Ontology - Part 2: Rules for developing ontologies in the Web Ontology Language (OWL)]]
 
* [[ISO/TS 19150-2:2015 Geographic information - Ontology - Part 2: Rules for developing ontologies in the Web Ontology Language (OWL)]]
* [[ISO 19150-3 Geographic information - Ontology - Part 3: Semantic operators]]
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* ISO 19150-3 Geographic information - Ontology - Part 3: Semantic operators (to be developed)
* [[ISO 19150-4 Geographic information - Ontology - Part 4: Service ontology]]
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* ISO 19150-4 Geographic information - Ontology - Part 4: Service ontology (to be developed)
* [[ISO 19150-5 Geographic information - Ontology - Part 5: Domain ontology registry]]
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* ISO 19150-5 Geographic information - Ontology - Part 5: Domain ontology registry (to be developed)
* [[ISO 19150-6 Geographic information - Ontology - Part 6: Service ontology registry]]
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* ISO 19150-6 Geographic information - Ontology - Part 6: Service ontology registry (to be developed)
  
 
== Ontologies ==
 
== Ontologies ==

Latest revision as of 10:28, 12 June 2017

Ontology standards

In order to support the Semantic Web community, ISO/TC 211 has initiated the development of a suite of standards for the development of ontologies about geographic information. This is known as ISO 19150 Geographic information - Ontology. At the end, it would include 6 parts:

Ontologies

In addition, ISO/TC 211 has derived and provides the ISO/TC 211 UML conceptual models in OWL in compliance with ISO 19150-2:2015.

See also