Semantic Authoring Introduction

Semantic Authoring Introduction


The SALT Document Ontology captures the linear structure of the publication, in addition to the identification and revisioning information of the publication's content. Its goal is to model the content of scientific publications at different granularity incline levels, from coarse-grained consisting in the publication as a whole, to fine-grained comprising sentences or text chunks. In terms of provenance, the ontology suggests the linking of its instances to the actual content via pointers, rather than duplication, i.e. the usage of a hasText property that would duplicate part of the publication's content into the instance base.

The figure below depicts a high level overview of the ontology, while the rest of the documents details the introduced concepts and properties.


List of Entities

ClassesAnnotation, CitationContext
Propertiesannotates, hasTopic, cites, isCitedBy, hasCitationContext, pointsTo, The SALT Document Ontology captures the linear structure of the publication, in addition to the identification and revisioning information of the publication's content. Its goal is to model the content of scientific publications at different granularity levels, from coarse-grained consisting in the publication as a whole, to fine-grained comprising sentences or text chunks. In terms of provenance, the ontology suggests the linking of its instances to the actual content via pointers, rather than duplication, i.e. the usage of a hasText property that would duplicate part of the publication's content into the instance base.

The figure below depicts a high level overview of the ontology, while the rest of the documents details the introduced concepts and properties.


List of Entities

ClassesAnnotation, CitationContext
Propertiesannotates, hasTopic, cites, isCitedBy, hasCitationContext, pointsTo, hasCitationKey

Ontology Classes Description

Annotation

Superclassesrdfs:Resource
Subclassessao:CitationContext
In domain of:sao:annotates, sao:hasTopic
In range of:sdo:hasAnnotation, sro:hasAnnotation

CitationContext

Superclassessao:Annotation, rdfs:Resource
Subclasses--
In domain of:sao:pointsTo
In range of:sao:hasCitationContext

Ontology Properties Description

annotates

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:Annotation
Rangesdo:Section, sdo:Paragraph, sdo:Sentence, sdo:TextChunk

hasTopic

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:Annotation
Rangerdfs:Resource

cites

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesdo:Publication

isCitedBy

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesdo:Publication

hasCitationKey

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangexsd:string

hasCitationContext

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesao:CitationContext

pointsTo

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:CitationContext

Range of Back Pain Relief

sdo:Publication


" style="color: rgb(102, 0, 153); background-image: initial; background-position: initial; background-size: initial; background-repeat: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial;">hasCitationKey

Ontology Classes Description

Annotation

Superclassesrdfs:Resource
SubclassesThe SALT Document Ontology captures the linear structure of the publication, in addition to the identification and revisioning information of the publication's content. Its goal is to model the content of scientific publications at different granularity levels, from coarse-grained consisting in the publication as a whole, to fine-grained comprising sentences or text chunks. In terms of provenance, the ontology suggests the linking of its instances to the actual content via pointers, rather than duplication, i.e. the usage of a hasText property that would duplicate part of the publication's content into the instance base.

The figure below depicts a high level overview of the ontology, while the rest of the documents details the introduced concepts and properties.


List of Entities

ClassesAnnotation, CitationContext
Propertiesannotates, hasTopic, cites, isCitedBy, hasCitationContext, pointsTo, hasCitationKey

Ontology Classes Description

Annotation

Superclassesrdfs:Resource
Subclassessao:CitationContext
In domain of:sao:annotates, sao:hasTopic
In range of:sdo:hasAnnotation, sro:hasAnnotation

CitationContext

Superclassessao:Annotation, rdfs:Resource
Subclasses--
In domain of:sao:pointsTo
In range of:sao:hasCitationContext

Ontology Properties Description

annotates

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:Annotation
Rangesdo:Section, sdo:Paragraph, sdo:Sentence, sdo:TextChunk

hasTopic

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:Annotation
Rangerdfs:Resource

cites

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesdo:Publication

isCitedBy

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesdo:Publication

hasCitationKey

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangexsd:string

hasCitationContext

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesao:CitationContext

pointsTo

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:CitationContext
Rangesdo:Publication


" style="color: rgb(102, 0, 153); background-image: initial; background-position: initial; background-size: initial; background-repeat: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial;">sao:CitationContext
In domain of:The SALT Document Ontology captures the linear structure of the publication, in addition to the identification and revisioning information of the publication's content. Its goal is to model the content of scientific publications at different granularity levels, from coarse-grained consisting in the publication as a whole, to fine-grained comprising sentences or text chunks. In terms of provenance, the ontology suggests the linking of its instances to the actual content via pointers, rather than duplication, i.e. the usage of a hasText property that would duplicate part of the publication's content into the instance base.

The figure below depicts a high level overview of the ontology, while the rest of the documents details the introduced concepts and properties.


List of Entities

ClassesAnnotation, CitationContext
Propertiesannotates, hasTopic, cites, isCitedBy, hasCitationContext, pointsTo, hasCitationKey

Ontology Classes Description

Annotation

Superclassesrdfs:Resource
Subclassessao:CitationContext
In domain of:sao:annotates, sao:hasTopic
In range of:sdo:hasAnnotation, sro:hasAnnotation

CitationContext

Superclassessao:Annotation, rdfs:Resource
Subclasses--
In domain of:sao:pointsTo
In range of:sao:hasCitationContext

Ontology Properties Description

annotates

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:Annotation
Rangesdo:Section, sdo:Paragraph, sdo:Sentence, sdo:TextChunk

hasTopic

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:Annotation
Rangerdfs:Resource

cites

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesdo:Publication

isCitedBy

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesdo:Publication

hasCitationKey

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangexsd:string

hasCitationContext

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesao:CitationContext

pointsTo

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:CitationContext
Rangesdo:Publication


" style="color: rgb(102, 0, 153); background-image: initial; background-position: initial; background-size: initial; background-repeat: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial;">sao:annotates, The SALT Document Ontology captures the linear structure of the publication, in addition to the identification and revisioning information of the publication's content. Its goal is to model the content of scientific publications at different granularity levels, from coarse-grained consisting in the publication as a whole, to fine-grained comprising sentences or text chunks. In terms of provenance, the ontology suggests the linking of its instances to the actual content via pointers, rather than duplication, i.e. the usage of a hasText property that would duplicate part of the publication's content into the instance base.

The figure below depicts a high level overview of the ontology, while the rest of the documents details the introduced concepts and properties.


List of Entities

ClassesAnnotation, CitationContext
Propertiesannotates, hasTopic, cites, isCitedBy, hasCitationContext, pointsTo, hasCitationKey

Ontology Classes Description

Annotation

Superclassesrdfs:Resource
Subclassessao:CitationContext
In domain of:sao:annotates, sao:hasTopic
In range of:sdo:hasAnnotation, sro:hasAnnotation

CitationContext

Superclassessao:Annotation, rdfs:Resource
Subclasses--
In domain of:sao:pointsTo
In range of:sao:hasCitationContext

Ontology Properties Description

annotates

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:Annotation
Rangesdo:Section, sdo:Paragraph, sdo:Sentence, sdo:TextChunk

hasTopic

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:Annotation
Rangerdfs:Resource

cites

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesdo:Publication

isCitedBy

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesdo:Publication

hasCitationKey

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangexsd:string

hasCitationContext

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesao:CitationContext

pointsTo

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:CitationContext
Rangesdo:Publication


" style="color: rgb(102, 0, 153); background-image: initial; background-position: initial; background-size: initial; background-repeat: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial;">sao:hasTopic
In range of:The SALT Document Ontology captures the linear structure of the publication, in addition to the identification and revisioning information of the publication's content. Its goal is to model the content of scientific publications at different granularity levels, from coarse-grained consisting in the publication as a whole, to fine-grained comprising sentences or text chunks. In terms of provenance, the ontology suggests the linking of its instances to the actual content via pointers, rather than duplication, i.e. the usage of a hasText property that would duplicate part of the publication's content into the instance base.

The figure below depicts a high level overview of the ontology, while the rest of the documents details the introduced concepts and properties.


List of Entities

ClassesAnnotation, CitationContext
Propertiesannotates, hasTopic, cites, isCitedBy, hasCitationContext, pointsTo, hasCitationKey

Ontology Classes Description

Annotation

Superclassesrdfs:Resource
Subclassessao:CitationContext
In domain of:sao:annotates, sao:hasTopic
In range of:sdo:hasAnnotation, sro:hasAnnotation

CitationContext

Superclassessao:Annotation, rdfs:Resource
Subclasses--
In domain of:sao:pointsTo
In range of:sao:hasCitationContext

Ontology Properties Description

annotates

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:Annotation
Rangesdo:Section, sdo:Paragraph, sdo:Sentence, sdo:TextChunk

hasTopic

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:Annotation
Rangerdfs:Resource

cites

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesdo:Publication

isCitedBy

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesdo:Publication

hasCitationKey

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangexsd:string

hasCitationContext

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesao:CitationContext

pointsTo

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:CitationContext
Rangesdo:Publication


" style="color: rgb(102, 0, 153); background-image: initial; background-position: initial; background-size: initial; background-repeat: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial;">sdo:hasAnnotation, The SALT Document Ontology captures the linear structure of the publication, in addition to the identification and revisioning information of the publication's content. Its goal is to model the content of scientific publications at different granularity levels, from coarse-grained consisting in the publication as a whole, to fine-grained comprising sentences or text chunks. In terms of provenance, the ontology suggests the linking of its instances to the actual content via pointers, rather than duplication, i.e. the usage of a hasText property that would duplicate part of the publication's content into the instance base.

The figure below depicts a high level overview of the ontology, while the rest of the documents details the introduced concepts and properties.


List of Entities

ClassesAnnotation, CitationContext
Propertiesannotates, hasTopic, cites, isCitedBy, hasCitationContext, pointsTo, hasCitationKey

Ontology Classes Description

Annotation

Superclassesrdfs:Resource
Subclassessao:CitationContext
In domain of:sao:annotates, sao:hasTopic
In range of:sdo:hasAnnotation, sro:hasAnnotation

CitationContext

Superclassessao:Annotation, rdfs:Resource
Subclasses--
In domain of:sao:pointsTo
In range of:sao:hasCitationContext

Ontology Properties Description

annotates

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:Annotation
Rangesdo:Section, sdo:Paragraph, sdo:Sentence, sdo:TextChunk

hasTopic

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:Annotation
Rangerdfs:Resource

cites

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesdo:Publication

isCitedBy

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesdo:Publication

hasCitationKey

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangexsd:string

hasCitationContext

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesao:CitationContext

pointsTo

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:CitationContext
Rangesdo:Publication


" style="color: rgb(102, 0, 153); background-image: initial; background-position: initial; background-size: initial; background-repeat: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial;">sro:hasAnnotation

CitationContext

Superclasses

Semantic Authoring Introduction


The SALT Document Ontology captures the linear structure of the publication, in addition to the identification and revisioning information of the publication's content. Its goal is to model the content of scientific publications at different granularity levels, from coarse-grained consisting in the publication as a whole, to fine-grained comprising sentences or text chunks. In terms of provenance, the ontology suggests the linking of its instances to the actual content via pointers, rather than duplication, i.e. the usage of a hasText property that would duplicate part of the publication's content into the instance base.

The figure below depicts a high level overview of the ontology, while the rest of the documents details the introduced concepts and properties.


List of Entities

ClassesAnnotation, CitationContext
Propertiesannotates, hasTopic, cites, isCitedBy, hasCitationContext, pointsTo, hasCitationKey

Ontology Classes Description

Annotation

Superclassesrdfs:Resource
Subclassessao:CitationContext
In domain of:sao:annotates, sao:hasTopic
In range of:sdo:hasAnnotation, sro:hasAnnotation

CitationContext

Superclassessao:Annotation, rdfs:Resource
Subclasses--
In domain of:sao:pointsTo
In range of:sao:hasCitationContext

Ontology Properties Description

annotates

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:Annotation
Rangesdo:Section, sdo:Paragraph, sdo:Sentence, sdo:TextChunk

hasTopic

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:Annotation
Rangerdfs:Resource

cites

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesdo:Publication

isCitedBy

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesdo:Publication

hasCitationKey

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangexsd:string

hasCitationContext

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesao:CitationContext

pointsTo

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:CitationContext
Rangesdo:Publication


"color: rgb(102, 0, 153); background-image: initial; background-position: initial; background-size: initial; background-repeat: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial;">sao:Annotation, rdfs:Resource
Subclasses--
In domain of:The SALT Document Ontology captures the linear structure of the publication, in addition to the identification and revisioning information of the publication's content. Its goal is to model the content of scientific publications at different granularity levels, from coarse-grained consisting in the publication as a whole, to fine-grained comprising sentences or text chunks. In terms of provenance, the ontology suggests the linking of its instances to the actual content via pointers, rather than duplication, i.e. the usage of a hasText property that would duplicate part of the publication's content into the instance base.

The figure below depicts a high level overview of the ontology, while the rest of the documents details the introduced concepts and properties.


List of Entities

ClassesAnnotation, CitationContext
Propertiesannotates, hasTopic, cites, isCitedBy, hasCitationContext, pointsTo, hasCitationKey

Ontology Classes Description

Annotation

Superclassesrdfs:Resource
Subclassessao:CitationContext
In domain of:sao:annotates, sao:hasTopic
In range of:sdo:hasAnnotation, sro:hasAnnotation

CitationContext

Superclassessao:Annotation, rdfs:Resource
Subclasses--
In domain of:sao:pointsTo
In range of:sao:hasCitationContext

Ontology Properties Description

annotates

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:Annotation
Rangesdo:Section, sdo:Paragraph, sdo:Sentence, sdo:TextChunk

hasTopic

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:Annotation
Rangerdfs:Resource

cites

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesdo:Publication

isCitedBy

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesdo:Publication

hasCitationKey

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangexsd:string

hasCitationContext

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesao:CitationContext

pointsTo

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:CitationContext
Rangesdo:Publication


" style="color: rgb(102, 0, 153); background-image: initial; background-position: initial; background-size: initial; background-repeat: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial;">sao:pointsTo
In range of:The SALT Document Ontology captures the linear structure of the publication, in addition to the identification and revisioning information of the publication's content. Its goal is to model the content of scientific publications at different granularity levels, from coarse-grained consisting in the publication as a whole, to fine-grained comprising sentences or text chunks. In terms of provenance, the ontology suggests the linking of its instances to the actual content via pointers, rather than duplication, i.e. the usage of a hasText property that would duplicate part of the publication's content into the instance base.

The figure below depicts a high level overview of the ontology, while the rest of the documents details the introduced concepts and properties.


List of Entities

ClassesAnnotation, CitationContext
Propertiesannotates, hasTopic, cites, isCitedBy, hasCitationContext, pointsTo, hasCitationKey

Ontology Classes Description

Annotation

Superclassesrdfs:Resource
Subclassessao:CitationContext
In domain of:sao:annotates, sao:hasTopic
In range of:sdo:hasAnnotation, sro:hasAnnotation

CitationContext

Superclassessao:Annotation, rdfs:Resource
Subclasses--
In domain of:sao:pointsTo
In range of:sao:hasCitationContext

Ontology Properties Description

annotates

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:Annotation
Rangesdo:Section, sdo:Paragraph, sdo:Sentence, sdo:TextChunk

hasTopic

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:Annotation
Rangerdfs:Resource

cites

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesdo:Publication

isCitedBy

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesdo:Publication

hasCitationKey

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangexsd:string

hasCitationContext

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesao:CitationContext

pointsTo

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:CitationContext
Rangesdo:Publication


" style="color: rgb(102, 0, 153); background-image: initial; background-position: initial; background-size: initial; background-repeat: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial;">sao:hasCitationContext

Ontology Properties Description

annotates

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
DomainThe SALT Document Ontology captures the linear structure of the publication, in addition to the identification and revisioning information of the publication's content. Its goal is to model the content of scientific publications at different granularity levels, from coarse-grained consisting in the publication as a whole, to fine-grained comprising sentences or text chunks. In terms of provenance, the ontology suggests the linking of its instances to the actual content via pointers, rather than duplication, i.e. the usage of a hasText property that would duplicate part of the publication's content into the instance base.

The figure below depicts a high level overview of the ontology, while the rest of the documents details the introduced concepts and properties.


List of Entities

ClassesAnnotation, CitationContext
Propertiesannotates, hasTopic, cites, isCitedBy, hasCitationContext, pointsTo, hasCitationKey

Ontology Classes Description

Annotation

Superclassesrdfs:Resource
Subclassessao:CitationContext
In domain of:sao:annotates, sao:hasTopic
In range of:sdo:hasAnnotation, sro:hasAnnotation

CitationContext

Superclassessao:Annotation, rdfs:Resource
Subclasses--
In domain of:sao:pointsTo
In range of:sao:hasCitationContext

Ontology Properties Description

annotates

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:Annotation
Rangesdo:Section, sdo:Paragraph, sdo:Sentence, sdo:TextChunk

hasTopic

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:Annotation
Rangerdfs:Resource

cites

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesdo:Publication

isCitedBy

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesdo:Publication

hasCitationKey

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangexsd:string

hasCitationContext

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesao:CitationContext

pointsTo

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:CitationContext
Rangesdo:Publication


"color: rgb(102, 0, 153); background-image: initial; background-position: initial; background-size: initial; background-repeat: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial;">sao:Annotation
RangeThe SALT Document Ontology captures the linear structure of the publication, in addition to the identification and revisioning information of the publication's content. Its goal is to model the content of scientific publications at different granularity levels, from coarse-grained consisting in the publication as a whole, to fine-grained comprising sentences or text chunks. In terms of provenance, the ontology suggests the linking of its instances to the actual content via pointers, rather than duplication, i.e. the usage of a hasText property that would duplicate part of the publication's content into the instance base.

The figure below depicts a high level overview of the ontology, while the rest of the documents details the introduced concepts and properties.


List of Entities

ClassesAnnotation, CitationContext
Propertiesannotates, hasTopic, cites, isCitedBy, hasCitationContext, pointsTo, hasCitationKey

Ontology Classes Description

Annotation

Superclassesrdfs:Resource
Subclassessao:CitationContext
In domain of:sao:annotates, sao:hasTopic
In range of:sdo:hasAnnotation, sro:hasAnnotation

CitationContext

Superclassessao:Annotation, rdfs:Resource
Subclasses--
In domain of:sao:pointsTo
In range of:sao:hasCitationContext

Ontology Properties Description

annotates

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:Annotation
Rangesdo:Section, sdo:Paragraph, sdo:Sentence, sdo:TextChunk

hasTopic

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:Annotation
Rangerdfs:Resource

cites

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesdo:Publication

isCitedBy

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesdo:Publication

hasCitationKey

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangexsd:string

hasCitationContext

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesao:CitationContext

pointsTo

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:CitationContext
Rangesdo:Publication


" style="color: rgb(102, 0, 153); background-image: initial; background-position: initial; background-size: initial; background-repeat: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial;">sdo:Section, sdo:Paragraph, sdo:Sentence, sdo:TextChunk

hasTopic

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:Annotation
Rangerdfs:Resource

cites

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesdo:Publication

isCitedBy

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesdo:Publication

hasCitationKey

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangexsd:string

hasCitationContext

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsdo:Publication
Rangesao:CitationContext

pointsTo

Typerdf:Property, rdfs:Resource
Domainsao:CitationContext
Rangesdo:Publication