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Guide for Knowledge Modeling for Carbon Verification-Oriented Knowledge Graph

This document provides guidelines for the following aspects: for a top-level knowledge model, a knowledge modeling process, and applications for a carbon verification-oriented knowledge graph (CVKG). The guide specifies: 1. A carbon verification-oriented knowledge graph (CVKG) top-level knowledge model, a CVKG ontology model including a schema layer (concept layer) and a data layer (instance layer). 2. A CVKG knowledge modeling process that includes the configuration of data sources, knowledge acquisition, knowledge fusion, and knowledge processing. 3. CVKG applications, including data visualization, decision making, semantic search, a question and answer system in carbon verification, carbon emissions calculation, carbon accounting report review, carbon verification report generation, and a carbon neutral strategy optimization.

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IEEE Computer Society
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C/KESC - Knowledge Engineering Standards Committee
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CVOKGWG - Carbon Verification Oriented Knowledge Graph Working Group
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Christy Bahn
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Ling Luo

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