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Published on February 18, 2014

Author: MariaPovedaVillalon

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Ontology catalogue for energy efficiency ontologies

4th VoCamp on Integrating multiple domains and scales La Salle Engineering and Architecture School. Barcelona, 13-14 February 2014 SESSION 1. Modelling Urban Energy Systems determining the boundaries and objectives of urban energy systems. eeOntology Catalogue http://energy.linkeddata.es/ María Poveda Villalón (mpoveda@fi.upm.es) Twitter: @LD4ee 4th VoCamp on Integrating multiple domains and scales – eeOntology Catalogue M. Poveda Barcelona, 13 February 2014

MARÍA POVEDA-VILLALON – UPM – READY4SMARTCITIES - María Poveda Villalón (mpoveda@fi.upm.es) - 3rd year PhD student at Ontology Engineering Group, Madrid - Ontology engineering - Lightweight methodology for building ontologies (Linked Data use case) - Ontology evaluation. - OOPS! OntOlogy Pitfall Scanner! (http://www.oeg-upm.net/oops/) - Projects: Ready4SmartCities 4th VoCamp on Integrating multiple domains and scales – eeOntology Catalogue M. Poveda Barcelona, 13 February 2014

Motivation for an eeOntology Catalogue • Facilitate ontology reuse – There are many ontologies (and other resources) useful to describe energy and cross-domain data • One place to discover ontologies – It is not trivial to find them • Specific for energy efficiency and smart cities – Search engines and ontology registries are too general or off-topic (biology, environment, etc.) • Ontology assessment – The quality of ontologies in the Web is unknown 4th VoCamp on Integrating multiple domains and scales – eeOntology Catalogue M. Poveda Barcelona, 13 February 2014

GOALS • Minimal effort from the community using a web form – Automatic process for generating a catalogue • To collect eeModels: – Ontologies: rdf-s, OWL, skos – Other type of models: pdf, xml, uml, etc. • Semi-automatic quality assessment – Curated metadata – Ontology evaluation 4th VoCamp on Integrating multiple domains and scales – eeOntology Catalogue M. Poveda Barcelona, 13 February 2014

The process: Minimal effort from the community http://goo.gl/SG0pMA RDF representation Web form http://energy.linkeddata.es/ eeOntology catalogue Stakeholders and contributors 4th VoCamp on Integrating multiple domains and scales – eeOntology Catalogue M. Poveda Barcelona, 13 February 2014

To collect eeOntologies: web-based form Identifier Name Description Domains Version Creation date Last update Contact person Publisher License URI Namespace Format Ontology language Language Comments References Definition The name given to the ontology A free-text account of the ontology The different domains covered by the ontology The version of the ontology The date of formal issuance of the ontology Most recent date on which the ontology was changed, updated or modified The person(s) primarily responsible for making the ontology The organization that published the ontology The license of the ontology The URI of the ontology The preferred namespace URI to use when using terms from this vocabulary The format of the ontology The language in which the ontology is implemented The language of the ontology Further information about the ontology in the context of our catalogue Resources that might provide additional information (documents, papers, etc.) http://goo.gl/SG0pMA 4th VoCamp on Integrating multiple domains and scales – eeOntology Catalogue M. Poveda Barcelona, 13 February 2014

eeOntology Catalogue Contributions Available online? Open license? Following W3C standards? Other information Codes 4th VoCamp on Integrating multiple domains and scales – eeOntology Catalogue M. Poveda Barcelona, 13 February 2014

Semi-automatic quality assessment • Manual metadata curation by UPM • Manual assessment indicators: – Is the ontology available following the W3C standards (SKOS, RDF-S or OWL)? – Is the ontology available under an open license? • Automatic assessment: – Is the ontology available on the Web (whatever format)? – OOPS! - OntOtology Pitfall Scanner http://www.oeg-upm.net/oops/ 4th VoCamp on Integrating multiple domains and scales – eeOntology Catalogue M. Poveda Barcelona, 13 February 2014

Conclusions • Online eeOntology catalogue – Curated metadata – Evaluated ontologies • Transparent process for contributors – 15-30 minutes to fill in the web form http://energy.linkeddata.es/ 4th VoCamp on Integrating multiple domains and scales – eeOntology Catalogue M. Poveda Barcelona, 13 February 2014

Future work • Online eeOntology catalogue – To collect the relevant ontologies – To include evaluation features • OOPS! - OntOtology Pitfall Scanner - http://www.oeg-upm.net/oops/ • Online eeModel catalogue – To create a web form for gathering eeModels – To collect relevant eeModels 4th VoCamp on Integrating multiple domains and scales – eeOntology Catalogue M. Poveda Barcelona, 13 February 2014

Questions? Thank you for your attention! Web form for collecting ontologies: http://goo.gl/SG0pMA Ontology catalogue online: http://energy.linkeddata.es/ Follow us in twitter @LD4ee Taken from http://www.klik.com.ar/klikonline/images/icono_engranaje.png 4th VoCamp on Integrating multiple domains and scales – eeOntology Catalogue M. Poveda Barcelona, 13 February 2014

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