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Time ontology extended for non-Gregorian calendar applications

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Time ontology extended for non-Gregorian calendar applications
We extend OWL-Time to support the encoding of temporal position in a range of reference systems, in addition to the Gregorian calendar and conventional clock. Two alternative implementations are provided: as a pure extension or OWL-Time, or as a replacement, both of which preserve the same representation for the cases originally supported by OWL-Time. The combination of the generalized temporal position encoding and the temporal interval topology from OWL-Time support a range of applications in a variety of cultural and technical settings. These are illustrated with examples involving non-Gregorian calendars, Unix-time, and geologic time using both chronometric and stratigraphic timescales.
Simon J. D. Cox
Added 09 Apr 2016
Updated 09 Apr 2016
Type Journal
Year 2016
Where SEMWEB
Authors Simon J. D. Cox
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