Metadata for Smart City ontology catalogue
This survey is oriented to people who are aware of any ontology that could be useful for energy efficiency, smart cities or related domains.
Our final goal is to develop an ontology catalogue in order to provide the energy efficiency and smart cities communities with the most suitable ontologies in this area. In addition the catalogue also contains general domain ontologies frequently used across domains.
The estimated time required to complete the questionnaire is of 15 minutes. Once the form about an ontology is submitted it will be manually assessed and automatically processed. After this, the ontology will be included in the eeOntology Catalogue available at
. Please note that there is a manual component in the process, therefore the on-line catalogue will not be updated immediately after the submission.
The questionnaire does not include any personal question and the confidentiality of the answers will be preserved. We only ask for an email address just in case you want to obtain information about the results we produce.
If you don't have time to fill all the data, you can also propose ontologies to be included in the catalogue through a very short form (
This questionnaire is being performed in the context of the READY4SmartCities FP7 project (
If you have any question or comment about the questionnaire contact María Poveda Villalón at
The name given to the ontology.
The URI of the ontology.
A free-text account of the ontology.
The different domains covered by the ontology. If the ontology covers more than one domain, please separate them by commas. Example: sensor, person, building.
The preferred namespace URI to use when using terms from this vocabulary.
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. Please include name and email address of the contact persons whenever possible. If there is more than one contact person, please separate them by commas.
The organization that published the ontology.
The language in which the ontology is implemented.
The format(s) of the ontology.
The license of the ontology. Example: CC BY-SA, MIT, etc.
All rights reserved / no license (No Open)
CC0 1.0 Universal - “Creative Commons public domain waiver” (Open)
CC-BY Creative Commons Attribution International (Open)
CC-BY Creative Commons Attribution Unported (Open)
CC-BY-SA Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike International (Open)
CC-BY-SA Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike Unported (Open)
CC-BY-ND CreativeCommons Attribution-NoDerivs International (No Open)
CC-BY-NC CreativeCommons Attribution-NonCommercial International (No Open)
CC-BY-NC-SA Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike International (No Open)
CC-BY-NC-ND Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs International (No Open)
GNU Free Documentation License (GFDL) (Open)
PDDL: Public Domain Dedication and License (PDDL) - “Public Domain for data/databases” (Open)
ODC-By: Open Data Commons Attribution (ODC-By) - “Attribution for data/databases” (Open)
ODBL: Open Database License (ODC-ODbL) - “Attribution Share-Alike for data/databases” (Open)
W3C software license (Open)
The ISO 639-1 code(s) of the language(s) of the resource. If the ontology is implemented in more than one language, please separate them by commas. Example: es, en, (See
for a full list of codes).
en - English
es - Spanish
fr - French
de - German
it - Italian
bg - Bulgarian
nl - Dutch
no - Norwegian
ru - Russian
Is the ontology an outcome of a European project?
If so, please indicate the project name and the website if possible.
Further information about the ontology that might be revelant.
Resources that might provide additional information (documents, deliverables, papers, etc.).
Your contact information
You can let us know who you are so that we know to whom to be thankful for the contribution. In addition we might occasionally contact you in case we need any further information about the ontology you submitted (In this case we will need your name and email adress).
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