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- Publication date: 2009-08-18
- Created by: Semantic Web Deployment Working Group
- List of documents at: [www.w3.org]
Simple Knowledge Organization System (SKOS)
SKOS is a common data model for sharing and linking knowledge organization systems via the Web.
Many knowledge organization systems, such as thesauri, taxonomies, classification schemes and subject heading systems, share a similar structure, and are used in similar applications. SKOS captures much of this similarity and makes it explicit, to enable data and technology sharing across diverse applications.
The SKOS data model provides a standard, low-cost migration path for porting existing knowledge organization systems to the Semantic Web. SKOS also provides a lightweight, intuitive language for developing and sharing new knowledge organization systems. It may be used on its own, or in combination with formal knowledge representation languages such as the Web Ontology language (OWL).
A number of textbooks have been published on RDF, RDFS, and on Semantic Web in general. Please, refer to a separate page listing some of those, as maintained by the community. That list also includes references to conference proceedings and article collections that might be of general interest.
Welcome to the SKOS community wiki!
Your contributions are most welcome!
- Specifications, Documentation and References
- RDF Vocabularies
- Case Studies
- Find & Share SKOS Data
- SKOS data validation and quality control
- Legacy links to Software Applications and Tools
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Proposals & Issues
- Relevant Organizations
- Mailing List and Contact
- Translations of the SKOS documents and RDF files
Tools that are listed as relevant to SKOS
Last modified and/or added
The description of the following tools have been added and/or modified most recently.
- SKOS Shuttle, Thesaurus & Document Management as a Service + API (last modified: 5 October 2016)
- Intelligent Topics Manager (last modified: 30 August 2016)
- Smart Content Factory (last modified: 29 August 2016)
- A visual vocabulary suite - Unilexicon (last modified: 9 May 2015)
- OpenSKOS (last modified: 5 May 2015)
All relevant tools
This is a list of all tools listed on this wiki, and that are marked as relevant to SKOS.
- ASKOSI - Application Services for Knowledge Organization and Systems Integration (api, validator, browser). Directly usable from Java
- ClioPatria (triple store, programming environment, reasoner, rule reasoner). Directly usable from Prolog, C
- Fluent Editor, an Ontology Editor (editor, development environment, validator, visualizer). Directly usable from R-language
- Helping with Interdisciplinary Vocabulary Engineering (HIVE) (editor, extractor).
- iQvoc (editor, api).
- Linked Media Framework (triple store, rule reasoner). Directly usable from Java
- Lexaurus (editor, registry).
- MMI Ontology Registry and Repository (api, editor, registry).
- Apache Marmotta (triple store, rule reasoner). Directly usable from Java
- Intelligent Topic Manager (triple store, editor). Directly usable from Java
- Mulgara Semantic Store (triple store). Directly usable from Java
- OWLtoSKOS (converter).
- Ontorion Server-Semantic Knowledge Management Framework (programming environment, browser, special browser, development environment). Directly usable from C, .Net
- Open Metadata Registry (editor, registry).
- OpenSKOS (editor, browser, registry, api).
- PoolParty Extractor (PPX) (converter, rdf generator, extractor, tagging, api). Directly usable from Java
- PoolParty Semantic Search(PPS) (semantic search server, programming environment, api). Directly usable from Java
- qSKOS - Quality Criteria for SKOS Vocabularies (validator). Directly usable from Java
- SKOS API (api). Directly usable from Java
- ... further results
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