The primary goal of the project is to make fully operational the wide information resources of the Chamber of deputies, which have an infinite variety of formats and approaches stratified over the years in digital management.
Therefore, an ontology description in XML / RDF and a specific namespace, OCD (Ontology of the Chamber of Deputies) have been designed; their properties and classes describe the domain of the Chamber during its history.
The ontology used for the creation of these datasets is written in OWL and is the result of a work subjected to improvements, upgrades and expansions. A major goal of the “Ontology Chamber of Deputies” is to be as much as possible modelled on other Open Government Data produced in other states and to follow the guidelines and spread best practices.
In order to share, publish and integrate the resources of the ontology with external subjects and national and international public administrations, particular attention has been taken in the choice of descriptive models and analysis of other open data and guidelines and "good practices" defined and distributed by the Open Knowledge Foundation Open Knowledge Foundation. To facilitate and feed in a way not "mediated" the linked open data, international diffuse ontologies have been used as a FOAF Ontology Friend of a friend and Dublin Core.
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