The SEAS System ontology (seas-sys)

The System Ontology defines Systems, Connections between systems, and Connection Points at which systems may be connected. This ontology is then specialized for multiple domains. For example: - In electric energy: - power systems consume, produce, store, and exchange electricity; - power connections are where electricity flows between systems; - power connection points are plugs, sockets, or power busses. - In the electricity market: - players and markets are systems; - connections are contracts or transactions between two players, or between a player and a market; - connection points include offers and bids.

URIhttps://w3id.org/seas/SystemOntology
LOVhttp://lov.okfn.org/dataset/lov/vocabs/seas-sys
FormatRDF