SNaP Tag Ontology
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- Paul Harman
- Jarred McGinnis
- Paul Wilton
AbstractThe Tag Ontology defines relationships for semantically annotating taggable things (for example news assets) with domain entities (stuff) and events.
There are two flavours of tag relationships, about and mentions.
This allows us a more expressive representation of the entities that appear in a news story and the prominence or
importance of that appearance.
It is possible to semi-automatically identify entities mentioned in a news story. Whether that story is about that entity will require editorial oversight. The class of Taggable defines an interface that enables resources to be tagged without constraining and binding what class of resources are taggable. Currently, Assets are taggable, but in the future we may want more flexibility. This approach provides that flexibility. Equally the class Tag provides an interface abstraction for domain entities.
Overview Of Terms
An alphabetical index of the ontology terms, divided into classes, properties and individuals. All the terms are hyperlinked to their detailed description for quick reference.
Generic Tag Class
|Label||Generic Taggable Class|
Generic Taggable Class - Taggable things can be tagged
|Label||Property that associates Tags with Taggables|
Property that associates Tags with Taggables: Taggable X isTaggedWith Tag Y
|Label||Property that associates Tags with Taggables refining pnt:isTaggedWith|
Property that associates Tags with Taggables, refines pnt:isTaggedWith: Taggable X mentions Tag Y. pnt:mentions is a weaker relationship that pnt:about