An event class describing that a not further specified event occurred to a resource in a dataset.
A void:Dataset that is considered as 'target' dataset of the associated eventset. When the eventset is 'complete' and all events are applied in their timely order to the corresponding source dataset(s), this dataset (and all other target datasets) should be the result.
Example: a static snapshot of a dataset at time t0+delta, e.g., the DBpedia snapshot 3.3
An event that is part of an eventset.
An event class describing that a particular resource was 'removed' from a dataset. This means that all triples having the associated resource as subject or object were removed from the corresponding RDF model.
An event class describing that a particular resource was 'updated' in a dataset. This means that some triples having the associated resource as subject or object were modified/created/removed in the corresponding RDF model.
A void:Dataset that is considered as 'source' dataset of the associated eventset. When the eventset is 'complete' and all events in this eventset are applied in their timely order to this and all other source datasets, it will become equal to the corresponding target dataset(s).
Example: a static snapshot of a dataset at time t0, e.g., the DBpedia snapshot 3.2
http://linkedevents.org/ontology/Event
An event class describing that a particular resource was 'moved' in a dataset or between datasets. This means that all triples having the associated older resource as subject/object were replaced by triples having the target resource as subject/object in the corresponding RDF models.
An eventset is a container of events that occur in a dataset.
A link to a resource that further specifies the actual triples that were added/removed in consequence of the respective ResourceChangeEvent. For example one could attach a Talis changeset here. This property is under-specified in this version on purpose.
An event class describing that a particular resource was 'created' in a dataset. This means that one or more triples having the associated resource as subject or object were created in the corresponding RDF model.
Optional property for capturing the confidence (a float value between 0 and 1) the event detecting actor has that the corresponding event really took place.
http://rdfs.org/ns/void#Dataset
http://purl.org/NET/scovo#Dimension
A link to a resource that further specifies the reason for the respective ResourceChangeEvent. For example one could attach a textual description or link to another event here. This property is under-specified in this version on purpose.
The identifier (URI) of a resource that was affected by the corresponding event.
An event that changes the representations of a resource in an RDF dataset. ResourceChangeEvents are lode:Events and the lode:atTime or the lode:circa properties should be used to describe the time when the event took place.
The identifier (URI) of a resource that was published under a new URI (i.e., when a MoveEvent occurred).
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Properties
Created with rdfGraph and yEd
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