SWAG Dictionary as seen by SethBot on 03/13/01


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Schema:
2000-03-13

13-eor
Schema:
Eric Miller, emiller@oclc.org
2000-03-13
The EOR vocabulary is a simple vocabulary intendedto support the EOR Toolkit and provides an additional level of conformance, validation and generaldescription beyond the base-level RDF specifications specificallydefined for RDF-based, Dublin Core metadata applications.
The EOR Vocabulary v1.0

_bad_ID_attribute_
Schema: dcagent
Agent
Agent
Agent

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Schema: dctype
Resource


agentAffiliation
Schema: dcagent
The organization with which the named Agent was associated when involved with the resource
Agent
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Agent Affiliation
Property

agentID
Schema: dcagent
An unambiguous reference to the named Agent within a given context.
Recommended best practice is to identify the named Agentby means of a string or number conforming to a formal identificationsystem. The recommended Encoding Value Qualifier is the UniformResource Identifier. In some cases, the Agent Identifier may provideor lead to more information about the named Agent.
Agent
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Agent Identifier
This seems very wrong to me... again this seems like a syntactic mechansim for uniqly identifying some resource... this requirement is neccessary for all resource description and should be common (e.g. RDF)
IdentifierScheme
Property

agentName
Schema: dcagent
The formal or common name of the Agent
Typically, this would be the name which is used to refer to the Agent. The Family Name First Encoding Value Qualifier may also be used to express the order of the components of the Name. Vocabularies of Names may also be used as values for this qualifier.
Agent
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Agent Name
NameScheme
Property

agentType
Schema: dcagent
The type of the entity for the named Agent.
The values are defined in the DC Agent Type vocabulary (referred to as DCAT1) which is maintained by the DCMI. Other terms may be used but are not recommended.
Agent
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Agent Type
Property

alias
Schema: eor
An alias.
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alias
Property

Alt
Schema: rdf
A collection of alternatives
Alt
Choix
Container
Class
Class

Bag
Schema: rdf
An unordered collection
Bag
Ensemble
Container
Class
Class

cardinality
Schema: daml
for onProperty(R, P) and cardinality(R, n), read: i is in class R if and only if there are exactly n distinct j with P(i, j). cf OIL Cardinality
Restriction
cardinality
NonNegativeInteger
Property

cardinalityQ
Schema: daml
for onProperty(R, P), cardinalityQ(R, n) and hasClassQ(R, X), read: i is in class R if and only if there are exactly n distinct j with P(i, j) and type(j, X). cf OIL Cardinality
Restriction
cardinality
NonNegativeInteger
Property


Class
Schema: rdfs
The concept of Class
Class
Classe
Resource
Class

Collection
Schema: dctype
A collection is an aggregation of items. The term collection means that the resource is described as a group; its parts may be separately described and navigated.
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Collection
Resource
Class


comment
Schema: eor
A comment or note providing additional application-specific information.
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Comment
Property

comment
Schema: rdfs
Use this for descriptions
Resource
comment
commentaire
Literal
Property

complementOf
Schema: daml
for complementOf(X, Y) read: X is the complement of Y; if something is in Y, then it's not in X, and vice versa. cf OIL NOT
Class
Class
Property

ConstraintProperty
Schema: rdfs
Properties used to express RDF Schema constraints.
ConstraintProperty
PropriétéContrainte
Property
ConstraintResource
Class

ConstraintResource
Schema: rdfs
Resources used to express RDF Schema constraints.
ConstraintResource
RessourceContrainte
Resource
Class
Class

Container
Schema: rdfs
This represents the set Containers.
Container
Enveloppe
Resource
Class

ContainerMembershipProperty
Schema: rdfs
ContainerMembershipProperty
Property
Class

contributor
Schema: dc
An entity responsible for making contributions to the content of the resource.
Examples of a Contributor include a person, an organisation, or a service. Typically, the name of a Contributor should be used to indicate the entity.
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Contributor
Property

coverage
Schema: dc
The extent or scope of the content of the resource.
Coverage will typically include spatial location (aplace name or geographic coordinates), temporal period (a periodlabel, date, or date range) or jurisdiction (such as a namedadministrative entity). Recommended best practice is to select avalue from a controlled vocabulary (for example, the Thesaurus ofGeographic Names [TGN]) and that, where appropriate, named places ortime periods be used in preference to numeric identifiers such as setsof coordinates or date ranges.
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Coverage
Property

creator
Schema: dc
An entity primarily responsible for making the content of the resource.
Examples of a Creator include a person, an organisation, or a service. Typically, the name of a Creator should be used to indicate the entity.
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Author/Creator
Property


daml+oil
Schema:
rdf-schema
Ontology

Dataset
Schema: dctype
A dataset is information encoded in a defined structure (for example, lists, tables, and databases), intended to be useful for direct machine processing.
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Dataset
Resource
Class

DataType
Schema: eor
A data type.
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Data Type
Literal
Class

date
Schema: dc
A date associated with an event in the life cycle of the resource.
Typically, Date will be associated with the creation oravailability of the resource. Recommended best practice for encodingthe date value is defined in a profile of ISO 8601 [W3CDTF] andfollows the YYYY-MM-DD format.
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Date
Property




description
Schema: dc
An account of the content of the resource.
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Description
Property

Disjoint
Schema: daml
for type(L, Disjoint) read: the classes in L are pairwise disjoint. i.e. if type(L, Disjoint), and C1 in L and C2 in L, then disjointWith(C1, C2). cf OIL Disjoint
Disjoint
List
Class

disjointUnionOf
Schema: daml
for disjointUnionOf(X, Y) read: X is the disjoint union of the classes in the list Y: (a) for any c1 and c2 in Y, disjointWith(c1, c2), and (b) unionOf(X, Y). i.e. if something is in any of the classes in Y, it's in X, and vice versa. cf OIL disjoint-covered
Class
disjointUnionOf
List
Property

disjointWith
Schema: daml
for disjointWith(X, Y) read: X and Y have no members in common. cf OIL Disjoint
Class
disjointWith
Class
Property


domain
Schema: rdfs
This is how we associate a class with properties that its instances can have
domain
domaine
ConstraintProperty


Event
Schema: dcagent
A non-persistent and time-based activity that acts as an agent. Typical examples of events are conferences, conventions, meetings, exhibitions, expositions ,festivals, athletic contests, workshops, and expeditions.
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Event
Name change and relation defined due to overlap with Event declaration from dc:type work... not sure how best to handle this...
Agent
Class

Event
Schema: dctype
An event is a non-persistent, time-based occurrence. Metadata for an event provides descriptive information that is the basis for discovery of the purpose, location, duration, responsible agents, and links to related events and resources. The resource of type event may not be retrievable if the described instantiation has expired or is yet to occur. Examples - exhibition, web-cast, conference, workshop, open-day, performance, battle, trial, wedding, tea-party, conflagration.
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Event
Resource
Class

first
Schema: daml
List
Property

FNF
Schema: dcagent
The DCMI encoding rule in which the family name of the Agent appears first, followed by a comma, then all other names.
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DCMI Family Name First
wd-agent-qual.html
NameScheme
Class


format
Schema: dc
The physical or digital manifestation of theresource.
Typically, Format may include the media-type ordimensions of the resource. Format may be used to determine thesoftware, hardware or other equipment needed to display or operate theresource. Examples of dimensions include size and duration.Recommended best practice is to select a value from a controlledvocabulary (for example, the list of Internet Media Types [MIME]defining computer media formats).
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Format
Property

givenname
Schema: foaf
The given name of some agent.
Given name
Property

hasClass
Schema: daml
for onProperty(R, P) and hasClass(R, X), read: i is in class R if and only if for some j, P(i, j) and type(j, X). cf OIL HasValue
Restriction
hasClass
Class
Property

hasClassQ
Schema: daml
property for specifying class restriction with cardinalityQ constraints
Restriction
hasClassQ
Class
Property

hasValue
Schema: daml
for onProperty(R, P) and hasValue(R, V), read: i is in class R if and only if P(i, V). cf OIL HasFiller
Restriction
Property

http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#
Schema:
rdf-schema-more

identifier
Schema: dc
An unambiguous reference to the resource within a given context.
Recommended best practice is to identify the resource bymeans of a string or number conforming to a formal identificationsystem. Example formal identification systems include the UniformResource Identifier (URI) (including the Uniform Resource Locator(URL)), the Digital Object Identifier (DOI) and the InternationalStandard Book Number (ISBN).
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Resource Identifier
Property

Image
Schema: dctype
An image is a primarily symbolic visual representation other than text. For example - images and photographs of physical objects, paintings, prints, drawings, other images and graphics, animations and moving pictures, film, diagrams, maps, musical notation. Note that image may include both electronic and physical representations.
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Image
Resource
Class

imports
Schema: daml
for imports(X, Y) read: X imports Y; i.e. X asserts the* contents of Y by reference; i.e. if imports(X, Y) and you believe X and Y says something, then you should believe it. Note: "the contents" is, in the general case, an il-formed definite description. Different interactions with a resource may expose contents that vary with time, data format, preferred language, requestor credentials, etc. So for "the contents", read "any contents".
imports
Property

InteractiveResource
Schema: dctype
An interactive resource is a resource which requires interaction from the user to be understood, executed, or experienced. For example - forms on web pages, applets, multimedia learning objects, chat services, virtual reality.
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Interactive Resource
Resource
Class

intersectionOf
Schema: daml
for intersectionOf(X, Y) read: X is the intersection of the classes in the list Y; i.e. if something is in all the classes in Y, then it's in X, and vice versa. cf OIL AND
Class
List
Property

inverseOf
Schema: daml
for inverseOf(R, S) read: R is the inverse of S; i.e. if R(x, y) then S(y, x) and vice versa. cf OIL inverseRelationOf
Property
Property
Property


isDefinedBy
Schema: rdfs
Indicates a resource containing and defining the subject resource.
Resource
isDefinedBy
esDéfiniPar
Resource
seeAlso
Property
Property

item
Schema: daml
for item(L, I) read: I is an item in L; either first(L, I) or item(R, I) where rest(L, R).
List
Property


label
Schema: eor
A application-specific label.
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label
Property

label
Schema: rdfs
Provides a human-readable version of a resource name.
Resource
label
label
Literal
Property
Property

language
Schema: dc
A language of the intellectual content of the resource.
Recommended best practice for the values of theLanguage element is defined by RFC 1766 [RFC1766] which includes atwo-letter Language Code (taken from the ISO 639 standard [ISO639]),followed optionally, by a two-letter Country Code (taken from the ISO3166 standard [ISO3166]). For example, 'en' for English, 'fr' forFrench, or 'en-uk' for English used in the UnitedKingdom.
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Language
Property

List
Schema: daml
Seq
Class

Literal
Schema: daml
Literal
Class

Literal
Schema: rdfs
This represents the set of atomic values, eg. textual strings.
Literal
Littéral
Class
Class

maxCardinality
Schema: daml
for onProperty(R, P) and maxCardinality(R, n), read: i is in class R if and only if there are at most n distinct j with P(i, j). cf OIL MaxCardinality
Restriction
maxCardinality
NonNegativeInteger
Property

maxCardinalityQ
Schema: daml
for onProperty(R, P), maxCardinalityQ(R, n) and hasClassQ(R, X), read: i is in class R if and only if there are at most n distinct j with P(i, j) and type(j, X). cf OIL MaxCardinality
Restriction
maxCardinality
NonNegativeInteger
Property

mbox
Schema: foaf
A web-identifiable Internet mailbox associated with exactly one owner.
Personal Mailbox

minCardinality
Schema: daml
for onProperty(R, P) and minCardinality(R, n), read: i is in class R if and only if there are at least n distinct j with P(i, j). cf OIL MinCardinality
Restriction
minCardinality
NonNegativeInteger
Property

minCardinalityQ
Schema: daml
for onProperty(R, P), minCardinalityQ(R, n) and hasClassQ(R, X), read: i is in class R if and only if there are at least n distinct j with P(i, j) and type(j, X). cf OIL MinCardinality
Restriction
minCardinality
NonNegativeInteger
Property

Model
Schema: dctype
A model is an abstraction of the real thing, i.e. some generalisation and interpretation. Models could be considered a symbolic representation. Examples include performance models, cost models, mechanical models, etc.
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Model
Resource
Class


NameScheme
Schema: dcagent
A set of name encoding schemes and/or formats.
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Name Encoding Schemes
Class

nick
Schema: foaf
A short informal nickname characterising an agent (includes login identifiers, IRC and other chat nicknames).
Nickname
Property

nil
Schema: daml
the empty list; this used to be called Empty.
List

NonNegativeInteger
Schema: daml
Nonnegative integers are used in cardinality restrictions
NonNegativeInteger
integer
Class

Object
Schema: dcagent
A device that acts as an agent. Typical examples of objects are mechanical instruments, electronic services, non-human entities, and appliances.
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Object
Agent
Class

object
Schema: rdf
Identifies the object of a statement when representing the statement in reified form
Statement
object
objet
Property
Property

oneOf
Schema: daml
for oneOf(C, L) read everything in C is one of the things in L; This lets us define classes by enumerating the members. cf OIL OneOf
Class
List
Property

onProperty
Schema: daml
for onProperty(R, P), read: R is a restricted with respect to property P.
Restriction
Property
Property

Ontology
Schema: daml
An Ontology is a document that describes a vocabulary of terms for communication between (human and) automated agents.
Ontology
Class

Organization
Schema: dcagent
A group that that acts as an agent. Typical examples of organizations are associations, institutions, business firms, nonprofit enterprises, governments, government agencies, cultural groups, and religious bodies.
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Organization
Agent
Class

Person
Schema: dcagent
An individual human.
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Person
Agent
Class

phone
Schema: foaf
A fully qualified international phone number, specified using the tel: URL scheme (refs: http://www.w3.org/Addressing/schemes.html#tel)
Phone number
Property

PhysicalObject
Schema: dctype
A Physical Object is a non-human object or substance. This category includes objects that do not fit into any of the other categories on this list. In addition these objects must be approached physically to make use of them. For example - a computer, the great pyramid, a sculpture, wheat. Note that digital representations of, or surrogates for, these things should use image, text or one of the other types.
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Physical Object
Resource
Class

Place
Schema: dctype
A geographic area.
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Place
Resource
Class

predicate
Schema: rdf
Identifies the property used in a statement when representing the statement in reified form
Statement
Statement
predicate
prédicat
Property
Property
Property
Property
Property

Profile
Schema: eor
An application profile
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Profile
Schema
Class

Property
Schema: daml
Property
Class

Property
Schema: rdf
A name of a property, defining specific meaning for the property
The concept of a property.
Property
Propriété
Resource
Class
Class

publisher
Schema: dc
An entity responsible for making the resource available.
Examples of a Publisher include a person, an organisation, or a service. Typically, the name of a Publisher should be used to indicate the entity.
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Publisher
Property


range
Schema: rdfs
Properties that can be used in a schema to provide constraints
Property
range
étendue
Class
ConstraintProperty



relation
Schema: dc
A reference to a related resource.
Recommended best practice is to reference the resourceby means of a string or number conforming to a formal identificationsystem.
13-dces
Relation
Property

Resource
Schema: dctype
A general class of describable resources.
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Resource
typequalif-19991210.html
Resource
Class


Restriction
Schema: daml
something is in the class R if it satisfies the attached restrictions, and vice versa.
Restriction
Class

rights
Schema: dc
Information about rights held in and over the resource.
Typically, a Rights element will contain a rightsmanagement statement for the resource, or reference a serviceproviding such information. Rights information often encompassesIntellectual Property Rights (IPR), Copyright, and various PropertyRights. If the Rights element is absent, no assumptions can be madeabout the status of these and other rights with respect to theresource.
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Rights
Property

sameClassAs
Schema: daml
subClassOf

samePropertyAs
Schema: daml
for samePropertyAs(P, R), read P is an equivalent property to R.
equivalentTo
subPropertyOf
Property

Schema
Schema: eor
A RDF schema
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RDF Schema
Text
Class


seeAlso
Schema: rdfs
Indicates a resource that provides information about the subject resource.
Resource
seeAlso
voirAussi
Resource
Property

Seq
Schema: rdf
An ordered collection
Sequence
Séquence
Container
Class
Class

Service
Schema: dctype
A service is a system that provides one or more functions of value to the end-user. Examples include: a photocopying service, a banking service, an authentication service, interlibrary loans, a Z39.50 or Web server.
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Service
Resource
Class

Software
Schema: dctype
a computer program in source or compiled form which may be available for installation non-transiently on another machine. For software which exists only to create an interactive environment, use interactive instead.
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Software
Resource
Class

Sound
Schema: dctype
A sound is a resource whose content is primarily intended to be rendered as audio. For example - a music playback file format, an audio compact disc, and recorded speech or sounds.
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Sound
Resource
Class

source
Schema: dc
A Reference to a resource from which the present resource is derived.
The present resource may be derived from the Sourceresource in whole or in part. Recommended best practice is toreference the resource by means of a string or number conforming to aformal identification system.
13-dces
Source
Property

Statement
Schema: rdf
A triple consisting of a predicate, a subject, and an object.
This represents the set of reified statements.
Statement
Déclaration
Resource
Class


subClassOf
Schema: rdfs
Indicates membership of a class
Class
subClassOf
sousClasseDe
Class
Property

subject
Schema: dc
The topic of the content of the resource.
Typically, a Subject will be expressed as keywords, keyphrases or classification codes that describe a topic of the resource.Recommended best practice is to select a value from a controlledvocabulary or formal classification scheme.
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Subject
Property

subject
Schema: rdf
Identifies the resource that a statement is describing when representing the statement in reified form
Statement
Statement
subject
sujet
Resource
Property
Property


subPropertyOf
Schema: rdfs
Indicates specialization of properties
Property
subPropertyOf
sousPropritDe
Property
Property

surname
Schema: foaf
The surname of some agent.
Surname
Property

Text
Schema: dctype
A text is a resource whose content is primarily words for reading. For example - books, letters, dissertations, poems, newspapers, articles, archives of mailing lists. Note that facsimiles or images of texts are still of the genre text.
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Text
Resource
Class

title
Schema: dc
A name given to the resource.
Typically, a Title will be a name by which the resource is formally known.
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Title

title
Schema: foaf
Title (Mr, Mrs, Ms, Dr. etc)
Title
Property

toClass
Schema: daml
for onProperty(R, P) and toClass(R, X), read: i is in class R if and only if for all j, P(i, j) implies type(j, X). cf OIL ValueType
Restriction
Class
Property

TransitiveProperty
Schema: daml
if P is a TransitiveProperty, then if P(x, y) and P(y, z) then P(x, z). cf OIL TransitiveProperty.
TransitiveProperty
Property
Class


type
Schema: dc
The nature or genre of the content of the resource.
13-dces
Resource Type
Property

type
Schema: rdf
Identifies the Class of a resource
Indicates membership of a class
Class
Property

UnambiguousProperty
Schema: daml
if P is an UnambiguousProperty, then if P(x, y) and P(z, y) then x=z. aka injective. e.g. if nameOfMonth(m, "Feb") and nameOfMonth(n, "Feb") then m and n are the same month.
UnambiguousProperty
Property
Class

unionOf
Schema: daml
for unionOf(X, Y) read: X is the union of the classes in the list Y; i.e. if something is in any of the classes in Y, it's in X, and vice versa. cf OIL OR
Class
unionOf
List
Property

UniqueProperty
Schema: daml
compare with maxCardinality=1; e.g. integer successor: if P is a UniqueProperty, then if P(x, y) and P(x, z) then y=z. cf OIL FunctionalProperty.
UniqueProperty
Property
Class


value
Schema: rdf
Identifies the principal value (usually a string) of a property when the property value is a structured resource
object
value
Property
Property

versionInfo
Schema: daml
generally, a string giving information about this version; e.g. RCS/CVS keywords
versionInfo
Property

WebPage
Schema: eor
A web page
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Web Page
Text
Class