Understands that in contrast to OWL sub-class chains, hierarchies of SKOS concepts are designed not to form transitive chains automatically because this is not how humans think or organize information.
SKOS (Simple Knowledge Organization System) is a model for expressing knowledge organization systems in a machine-understandable way, within the framework of the Semantic Web. The [...]
This lecture discusses SKOS as a common data model for sharing and linking knowledge organization systems via the Web. Many knowledge organization systems, such as [...]
This blog post from "Voyages of the Semantic Enterprise" discusses the following issues and invites feedback: The SKOS-XL extension to the W3Cs SKOS standard for [...]
These slides are from the PhD Course on the Semantic Web at Turin Polytechnic University. SKOS provides the missing link between the rigorous logical formalism [...]
Overview of SKOS, in which the presenter asserts that SKOS is not a competitor of RDF Schema or OWL but an application of RDF Schema [...]