WORK / Ontologies and Data Models



In computer science and information science, an ontology is a formal naming and definition of the types, properties, and interrelationships of the entities that really or fundamentally exist for a particular domain of discourse. It is thus a practical application of philosophical ontology, with a taxonomy.

SciGraph Core Ontology

Feb 2017

Upper level ontology used to models entities of interest for the scholarly publishing domain.

Nature.com Core ontology

Apr 2015

An ontology used to organize the scholarly publications on nature.com

HuCit

Jul 2013

An ontology aimed at the formal representation of humanities citation structures.

ArtOfMaking ontology

Nov 2012

An ontology describing the domain of sculpture

Feudalism ontology

Nov 2011

A domain ontology describing the Middle Ages

Conflict ontology

Jul 2011

An ontology for World War I based on CIDOC-CRM

PhiloSURFical Ontology

Aug 2008

An ontology for the philosophical domain.

Cohere ontology

Jan 2007

A lightweight ontology that models the argumentative relations between ideas at a high level of abstraction.