Ontologies used in job offer domain.
- Region ontology (OWL)
The region ontology defines basic geographical regions, such as countries, states, cities, streets, currencies and languages.
- Classification ontology (OWL)
The classification ontology defines class hierarchies for positions, skills, experience and also some other more general concepts such as orderings and enumerations.
- Offer ontology (OWL)
The offer ontology defines a generic offer and its source.
- Job offer ontology (OWL)
The job offer ontology defines the domain specific properties of job offers and associated concepts - requirements, experience, companies, salaries, etc.
- Job offer instance ontology (OWL)
The job offer instance ontology is populated with manually annotated instances of job offers created from real world downloaded data via Protege.
Ontology-based user model defines concepts representing user characteristics and identifies relationships between individual characteristics connected to domain ontology. Such a model is (after its population) used by presentation tools to provide personalized navigation and content. Model can be employed also in content organizing tools (e.g., perform sorting of items based on user's preferences).
User ontology in project NAZOU is composed of two standalone ontologies, which separate domain-dependent and general characteristics:
- Generic user ontology (OWL)
Defines general user characteristics
- Job offer user ontology (OWL)
Defines characteristics bound to the domain of job offers represented by domain ontology
User model details (PDF, 73KB)