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P3195

Standard for Requirements for a Mid-Level Ontology and Extensions

This standard specifies the requirements for a mid-level ontology and for the creation of conforming extensions and modules (i.e., subsets) therefrom. A mid-level ontology is a set of well-defined terms and relations used across multiple domains, which enables conforming extensions for specific domains or applications. A mid-level ontology extends from (and conforms to) a top-level ontology.

Sponsor Committee
C/SAB - Standards Activities Board
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Status
Active PAR
PAR Approval
2022-09-21

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Computer Society
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Sponsor Committee
C/SAB - Standards Activities Board
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Working Group
OSWG - Ontology Standards Working Group
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IEEE Program Manager
Soo Kim
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Working Group Chair
James Schoening

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P3195.1

Standard for Common Core Ontology (CCO)

This standard defines a mid-level ontology that specifies a set of well-defined terms and relations commonly used across multiple domains. It enables conforming extension ontologies to re-use these terms and introduce only the more specific terms and relations of their respective domains.

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P3195.1.1

Standard for Cyber Ontology

This standard defines a conforming domain extension of P3195.1 Standard for Common Core Ontology. It specifies well-defined terms and relations for the domain of Cyber, which are too specific to be included in the Common Core Ontology.

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