This slide presentation aims to help the user answer the following questions: What are the best practices or creating an RDF vocabulary for modelling data; Where does one find RDF vocabularies for reuse; How can one create an RDF vocabulary; How does one create new classes and properties in RDF; How does one publish an RDF vocabulary? To meet this goal, the process and methodology for developing semantic agreements developed by the ISA Programme of the European Commission is discussed. Prompts for group exercises are included.
Keywords: RDF Schema, Vocabulary, Domain model
Author: Goedertier, Stijn
Date created: 2013-06-06 07:00:00.000
Time required: P20M
Educational use: instruction
Educational audience: professional
Interactivity type: mixed
- [MOVE] Knows portals and registries for finding RDF-based vocabularies.
- Coins namespace URIs, as needed, for any new properties and classes required.
- Knows the naming conventions for RDF properties and classes.
- Reuses published properties and classes where available.
- Identifies real-world entities in an application domain as candidates for RDF classes.
- Identifies resource attributes and relationships between domain entities as candidates for RDF properties.
- Registers datasets with relevant services for discovery.