author danbri <>
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super minimal skos-oriented extension
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    <h1>Mini-SKOS extension for</h1>
    <p>Enrichment of to enable controlled vocabularies web publication with a SKOS description of concepts and schemes. This version is very very minimalistic.</p>

    <p>See <a href="">wiki</a> for details.</p>

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      <span class="h" property="rdfs:label">Topic</span>
      <span property="rdfs:comment">'s notion of 'Topic' covers categories, controlled lists of values, subject classification codes (e.g. UDC, Dewey), thesauri and other controlled codes. This mechanism is not intended as a general-purpose knowledge representation system. In a Topic code (typically published at some url, eg. using W3C SKOS) can be used to express what a creative work is 'about', but also it can be used with the occupationalCategory of a JobPosting. The targetUrl of an AlignmentObject can also be used in this way, when describing educationally-oriented resources. The 'Topic' type in corresponds directly to the notion of 'Concept' in W3C's SKOS language.</span>
      <span>equivalent class: <a property="owl:equivalentClass" href="">skos:Concept</a></span>
      <span>Subclass of: <a property="rdfs:subClassOf" href="">Intangible</a></span>
      <span>Source:  <a property="dc:source" href="">SKOS</a></span>

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  <span property="rdfs:label">SKOSProperties</span>
  <span property="rdfs:comment">This class includes properties whose definitions are based on the work of SKOS, see for details.</span>

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  <span property="rdfs:label">SKOSClass</span>
  <span property="rdfs:comment">This class is based on the work of the SKOS project, see for details.</span>