This webinar explains how taxonomy management based on Simple Knowledge Organization System (SKOS) can be extended with SKOS-XL, based on W3C's Semantic Web standards. See how SKOS-XL can be combined with ontologies like the Financial Industry Business Ontology (FIBO). After covering these core concepts, the speaker moves on to a demonstration of the Pool Party Semantic Suite's SKOS-XL editor.
PoolParty's built in reference corpus analysis based on powerful text mining helps to continuously extend taxonomies. Its built-in co-occurence analysis supports taxonomists with the identification of candidate concepts.
PoolParty Semantic Integrator can be used for deep data analytics tasks and semantic search. See how this can be integrated with various graph databases and search engines.
Keywords: Taxonomy management, Semantic integration, Ontology, Schema
Author: Blumauer, Andreas
Publisher: Semantic Web Company
Date created: 2016-02-11 05:00:00.000
Time required: P1H
Educational use: instruction
Educational audience: professional
Interactivity type: expositive
- Knows Simple Knowledge Organization System, or SKOS (2009), an RDF vocabulary for expressing concepts that are labeled in natural languages, organized into informal hierarchies, and aggregated into co
- Knows SKOS eXtension for Labels, or SKOS-XL (2009), a small set of additional properties for describing and linking lexical labels as instances of the class Label.
- Understands that in a formal sense, a SKOS concept is not an RDF class but an instance and, as such, is not formally associated with a set of instances ("class extension").
- Understands that SKOS can express a flexibly associative structure of concepts without enabling the more rigid and automatic inferences typically specified in a class-based OWL ontology.