LOTERRE - Linked Open TERminology REsources

Loterre terminologies

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It is aimed, wherever possible, that the resources integrated into the triplestore conform to good practices of the W3C relative to the publication of linked data. Ideally, they should respect the criteria allocated to “5 star” data: Linked Data – Design Issues Data freely accessible on the web (with the mention of an open licence); Data in a structured format (readable by the machine); No-ownership format (CSV, RDF, etc.); W3C…
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The resources exposed in Loterre may: Be monolingual, provided the language is French or English; Be multilingual, provided that one of the languages is either French or English. The possibilities of posting and searching in a given language are linked to the characteristics of exposure/queries tools connected to the triplestore.
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The resources exposed in Loterre must have a license authorizing the availability and reuse of data, such as: creative commons: http://creativecommons.fr/licences/ ODC-By: https://opendatacommons.org/licenses/by/1-0/ ODbL: https://opendatacommons.org/licenses/odbl/1.0/ Open Licence (Etalab): https://www.etalab.gouv.fr/licence-ouverte-open-licence PDDL: https://opendatacommons.org/licenses/pddl/1-0/ PDM: https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/mark/1.0/
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The terminological data integrated in the triplestore are expressed according to a model of the type “extended SKOS”, which associates a certain number of categories belonging to other formats or languages (SKOS-XL, Dublin Core, Isothes, OWL, RDFS, etc.) to the SKOS standard. Ontology of Loterre (click on the picture to reduce it)
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Terminologies proposed by third parties are subject to a review based on quality and format criteria. The owners of the Loterre site reserve the right to moderate the proposals received. They may refuse to integrate a terminology if they consider that it does not meet the criteria governing the platform.
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The scientific cover of data exposed on Loterre is multidisciplinary and depends on one or several of the following scientific fields: Sciences and technology Mathematics Algebra Mathematical analysis Numerical analysis, scientific computation Combinatorics, ordered structures Geometry Probability and statistics Dynamic systems, global analysis and analysis on manifolds Group theory Topology, manifolds and cell complexes Physics Acoustics Crystallography Electromagnetism, optics Solid mechanics, fluid dynamics, rheology Metrology Atomic and molecular physics Condensed-matter…