What is CARRE Web Lifestyle Ontology?
CARRE Web Lifestyle Ontology designed and developed in order to represent the detected intentions from the Web Lifestyle Data Aggregator, which presented in Deliverable 3.3, in the private RDF repository of user. In particular, it seeks to represent what is involved in the gathering of data from the web and social lifestyle of user on the Internet. We decided, therefore, to develop the ontology using the Protégé v5.0, a free, open-source ontology editor from the Stanford University.
CARRE Web Lifestyle Ontology is generic and can support different type of providers (e.g. web searches, Facebook, Twitter etc.). Additionally, the predefined intentions are also generic supporting the majority of intentions in the Web. In the context of CARRE, we utilize, as a first attempt, the web searches as provider and we only upload the relevant intentions (health and travel) to CARRE in the private RDF repository.
CARRE Web Lifestyle Ontology:
v1.0 (Released 26 April 2015, Deliverable 4.2)
- Source (85 KB): lifestyle.owl (OWL file)
Visit the web lifestyle ontology in KMI website: http://carre.kmi.open.ac.uk/ontology/lifestyle.owl
Visit the web lifestyle ontology in NCBO BioPortal: http://bioportal.bioontology.org/ontologies/MWLA
CARRE Web Lifestyle Ontology is Open Source
CARRE Web Lifestyle Ontology is Open Source and can be freely used in Open Source applications under the terms GNU General Public License (GPL).Copyright © 2015, CARRE Project, Democritus University of Thrace (DUTH), Greece