SKOS Concept Scheme
- (Miles & Bechhofer, 2009) ⇒ Alistair Miles, and Sean Bechhofer. (2009). “SKOS Simple Knowledge Organization System Reference." W3C Recommendation, 18 August 2009.
- 4. Concept Schemes
- A SKOS concept scheme can be viewed as an aggregation of one or more SKOS concepts. Semantic relationships (links) between those concepts may also be viewed as part of a concept scheme. This definition is, however, meant to be suggestive rather than restrictive, and there is some flexibility in the formal data model stated below.
- The notion of a concept scheme is useful when dealing with data from an unknown source, and when dealing with data that describes two or more different knowledge organization systems.