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HasIntent This property describes the goal of the Ontology Design Pattern. Its value is of type Text.

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AOS AGROVOC Concept Server fundation ontology model +Act as a basic model for Agricultural Rela Act as a basic model for Agricultural Related Ontologies, in particular for the AGROVOC Concept Server. The model clearly identify concepts (domain concepts) from terms (which are represented as instances). Both concepts and terms have specific relationships connecting them. ve specific relationships connecting them.
ActingFor +To represent that some agent is acting in order to forward the action of a social (non-physical) agent.
Action +The purpose of the pattern is to model actions that are proposed, planned, and performed or abandoned, together with their status and durations in time.
ActivitySpecification +This work is concerned with supporting a c This work is concerned with supporting a correct and meaningful representation of activities on the Semantic Web, with the potential to support tasks such as activity recognition and reasoning about causation. This requires an ontology capable of more than simply documenting and annotating individual activity occurrences; definitions of activity specifications are required. Current representations of activities in OWL do not meet the basic requirements for activity specifications. Detailed definitions of an activity's preconditions and effects are lacking, in particular with respect to a consideration of change over time. This pattern leverages existing work to fill this void with an ontology design pattern for activity specifications in OWL. attern for activity specifications in OWL.
Actuation-Actuator-Effect +This ODP intents to model the relationship between an Actuator and the Effect it has on its environment through Actuations. It structures an Actuator ontology :
AffectedBy +To represent properties/qualities that may affect the status of a feature of interest.
Affordance +To represent the model for supporting the action selection mechanism.
AgentRole +To represent agents and the roles they play.
Airline +To represent the encyclopedic knowledge expressed by an object typed as Airline
Airline.owl +To represent the encyclopedic knowledge expressed by an object typed as Airline
AlgorithmImplementationExecution +To model algorithm specifications, their i To model algorithm specifications, their implementations and executions, together with parameters of implementations, settings of the parameters for the execution, and inputs the execution consumes (e.g., data) and outputs the execution produces (e.g., models, reports). xecution produces (e.g., models, reports).
An Ontology Design Pattern for Activity Reasoning +To incorporate the general two perspectives of activities: a workflow perspective, which are often observed in planning-related applications, and a spatiotemporal perspective, which are often found in geographic activity analysis.
AquaticResourceObservation +To represent the aquatic observation data To represent the aquatic observation data extracted from factsheet application. An aquatic observation refers to a specific year, is about an aquatic resource, and is situated in a given habitat, in which the aquatic species from the resource live. Observations can have a reporting year that is different from the observation time. at is different from the observation time.
AquaticResources +To represent aquatic resources or stocks as composed of aquatic organisms from one or more species, and living in a water area.
Auriol Degbelo +The goal of the pattern is to model the when, what, who, how and scope of insight capture during an interaction session with a geovisualization.


Bag +To model bags of items (elements). The Bag is characterized by a collection that can have multiple copies of each object.
BasicPlan +-
BasicPlanExecution +-
Bias Event Pattern +An Ontology Design Pattern to Document Bias Events in Machine Learning Pipelines
Biological Entities +To represent biological species and relations between them.
Born Digital Archives +The pattern intends to model the domain of born digital archives. This pattern has been developed by [ MKLab] at CERTH/ITI for the [ PERICLES] FP7 project.


Complaint Design Pattern +To represent core constituents found commonly in complaints across domains.
CatchRecord +To represent the catch records from time series FIGIS application, which contain temporally-indexed aggregated information about aquatic species cacthing.
ChessGame +To model a flexible schema to allow exposing chess games as linked data.
City Resident Pattern +This file defines an ontology design patte This file defines an ontology design pattern for City "Resident.” Why is the development a Resident pattern important for the development of a city data on-tology? In the PolisGnosis project (Fox, 2017), where ontologies have been developed for measuring city performance across the 17 themes defined in ISO37120:2104 (e.g., Education, Public Safety, Health, Water & Sanitation), one of the concepts that recurs across themes is “(city) Resident”. The provisioning of city services is often contingent upon whether the person is a resident of the city. Whether it is access to swimming lessons provided by Parks and Recreation, or affordable housing provided by Shelters and Housing, many are contingent upon satisfying the residency requirement. This ontology pattern make it possible to define the semantics of residency for a city, and use the definition to automate the classification of a person as a resident or not of a city. f a person as a resident or not of a city.
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