Table of contents

Ontologies (1):

ISA Programme Person Core Vocabulary

Classes (1):

Person

Properties (8):

birth name , citizenship , country of birth , country of death , patronymic name , place of birth , place of death , residency


Glossary (10 entries)

Ontologies

ISA Programme Person Core Vocabulary

ISA Programme Person Core Vocabulary (Ontology) VC Definition In use

The Person Core Vocabulary provides a minimum set of classes and properties for describing a natural person, i.e. the individual as opposed to any role they may play in society or the relationships they have to other people, organisations and property; all of which contribute significantly to the broader concept of identity.

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License
https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/category/licence/isa-open-metadata-licence-v11

Definition

The URI of this ontology is http://www.w3.org/ns/person


Preferred Namespace URI
http://www.w3.org/ns/person#
Preferred Prefix
person

Classes

Person

Person (RDFS Class) Definition In use

An individual person who may be dead or alive, but not imaginary. It is that restriction that makes person:Person a sub class of both foaf:Person and schema:Person which both cover imaginary characters as well as real people.

Definition

The URI of this class is http://www.w3.org/ns/person#Person


This class is a sub class of foaf:Person schema:Person

Properties

birth name , citizenship , country of birth , country of death , patronymic name , place of birth , place of death , residency

birth name (Property) datatype property Definition In use

All data associated with an individual is subject to change. Names can change for a variety of reasons, either formally or informally, and new information may come to light that means that a correction or clarification can be made to an existing record. Birth names tend to be persistent however and for this reason they are recorded by some public sector information systems. There is no granularity for birth name - the full name should be recorded in a single field.

Definition

The URI of this property is http://www.w3.org/ns/person#birthName

This property is a data property.


The domain of this property is Person
The range of this property is rdfs:Literal

In use

This property is defined by http://www.w3.org/ns/person#

citizenship (Property) object property Definition In use

The citizenship relationship links a Person to a Jurisdiction that has conferred citizenship rights on the individual such as the right to vote, to receive certain protection from the community or the issuance of a passport. Multiple citizenships are recorded as multiple instances of the citizenship relationship.

Definition

The URI of this property is http://www.w3.org/ns/person#citizenship

This property is a object property.


The domain of this property is Person
The range of this property is dcterm:Jurisdiction

In use

This property is defined by ISA Programme Person Core Vocabulary

country of birth (Property) object property Definition In use

The country in which a Person was born.

Definition

The URI of this property is http://www.w3.org/ns/person#countryOfBirth

This property is a object property.


The domain of this property is Person
The range of this property is the conjunction of the classes dcterm:Location schema:Place

In use

This property is defined by ISA Programme Person Core Vocabulary

country of death (Property) object property Definition In use

The country in which a Person died.

Definition

The URI of this property is http://www.w3.org/ns/person#countryOfDeath

This property is a object property.


The domain of this property is Person
The range of this property is the conjunction of the classes dcterm:Location schema:Place

In use

This property is defined by ISA Programme Person Core Vocabulary

patronymic name (Property) datatype property Definition In use

Patronymic names are important in some countries. Iceland does not have a concept of family name in the way that many other European countries do, for example. In Bulgaria and Russia, patronymic names are in every day usage, for example, the "Sergeyevich" (Сергеевич) in "Mikhail Sergeyevich Gorbachev" (Михаил Сергеевич Горбачёв).

Definition

The URI of this property is http://www.w3.org/ns/person#patronymicName

This property is a data property.


The domain of this property is Person
The range of this property is rdfs:Literal

In use

This property is defined by http://www.w3.org/ns/person#

place of birth (Property) object property Definition In use

A person's place of birth.

Definition

The URI of this property is http://www.w3.org/ns/person#placeOfBirth

This property is a object property.


The domain of this property is Person
The range of this property is the conjunction of the classes dcterm:Location schema:Place

In use

This property is defined by ISA Programme Person Core Vocabulary

place of death (Property) object property Definition In use

A person's place of death.

Definition

The URI of this property is http://www.w3.org/ns/person#placeOfDeath

This property is a object property.


The domain of this property is Person
The range of this property is the conjunction of the classes dcterm:Location schema:Place

In use

This property is defined by ISA Programme Person Core Vocabulary

residency (Property) object property Definition In use

Residency typically provides an individual with a subset of the rights of a citizen.

Definition

The URI of this property is http://www.w3.org/ns/person#residency

This property is a object property.


The domain of this property is Person
The range of this property is dcterm:Jurisdiction

In use

This property is defined by ISA Programme Person Core Vocabulary

Glossary

ISA Programme Person Core Vocabulary
ISA Programme Person Core Vocabulary
Person
Person
birth name
birth name
citizenship
citizenship
country of birth
country of birth
country of death
country of death
patronymic name
patronymic name
place of birth
place of birth
place of death
place of death
residency
residency
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