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Megan Katsumi
To capture generic spatial features we require concepts of location, but also concepts of geometry in order to describe shapes that are more complex than a single point in space. To achieve this, we combine an ontology of longitude and latitude, with simple spatial and geometry ontologies.
This ontology was created to organize the reuse of the geoSPARQL vocabulary in the iCity ontology.
November 6, 2017
Spatial Location Ontology
icity-SpatialLoc
http://www.semanticweb.org/iCity/iCity-SpatialLoc
Developed as part of the overall iCity ontology effort, the iCity-SpatialLoc ontology is designed to capture concepts related to spatial location.
Copyright
http://ontology.eil.utoronto.ca/icity/SpatialLoc/1.1/
Copyright
1.2
nD Lat Lon
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
A GML serialization of a geometry object.
A GML serialization of a geometry object.
GML Literal
A GML serialization of a geometry object.
GML Literal
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
A Well-known Text serialization of a geometry object.
A Well-known Text serialization of a geometry object.
Well-known Text Literal
A Well-known Text serialization of a geometry object.
Well-known Text Literal
Created for organizational purposes, to identify the object properties imported by geoSPARQL.
Describes an approximate location of some object (spatial or non-spatial). For example, a Building has an actual location (represented by it's footprint or 3d massing), but it may also have an associated location(s) of some specific point coordinate. Recurring events may not have an actual location, but may be associated with some location (at which their occurrences are likely to occur).
A property intended to relate non-spatial objects (e.g. activities) to a location(s) in space.
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
The default geometry to be used in spatial calculations.
It is Usually the most detailed geometry.
The default geometry to be used in spatial calculations.
It is Usually the most detailed geometry.
defaultGeometry
The default geometry to be used in spatial calculations.
It is Usually the most detailed geometry.
defaultGeometry
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially contains the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: T*TFF*FF*
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially contains the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: T*TFF*FF*
contains
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially contains the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: T*TFF*FF*
contains
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
Exists if the subject SpatialObject is spatially covered
by the object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: TFF*TFT**
Exists if the subject SpatialObject is spatially covered
by the object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: TFF*TFT**
coveredBy
Exists if the subject SpatialObject is spatially covered
by the object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: TFF*TFT**
coveredBy
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially covers the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: T*TFT*FF*
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially covers the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: T*TFT*FF*
covers
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially covers the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: T*TFT*FF*
covers
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
Exists if the subject SpatialObject is spatially disjoint
from the object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: FF*FF****
Exists if the subject SpatialObject is spatially disjoint
from the object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: FF*FF****
disjoint
Exists if the subject SpatialObject is spatially disjoint
from the object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: FF*FF****
disjoint
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially equals the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: TFFFTFFFT
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially equals the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: TFFFTFFFT
equals
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially equals the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: TFFFTFFFT
equals
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
Exists if the subject SpatialObject is spatially inside
the object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: TFF*FFT**
Exists if the subject SpatialObject is spatially inside
the object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: TFF*FFT**
inside
Exists if the subject SpatialObject is spatially inside
the object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: TFF*FFT**
inside
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially meets the
object SpatialObject.
DE-9IM: FT******* ^ F**T***** ^ F***T****
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially meets the
object SpatialObject.
DE-9IM: FT******* ^ F**T***** ^ F***T****
meet
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially meets the
object SpatialObject.
DE-9IM: FT******* ^ F**T***** ^ F***T****
meet
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially overlaps the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: T*T***T**
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially overlaps the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: T*T***T**
overlap
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially overlaps the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: T*T***T**
overlap
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
A spatial representation for a given feature.
A spatial representation for a given feature.
hasGeometry
A spatial representation for a given feature.
hasGeometry
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
Exists if the subject SpatialObject is spatially disjoint
from the object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: FFTFFTTTT
Exists if the subject SpatialObject is spatially disjoint
from the object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: FFTFFTTTT
disconnected
Exists if the subject SpatialObject is spatially disjoint
from the object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: FFTFFTTTT
disconnected
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially meets the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: FFTFTTTTT
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially meets the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: FFTFTTTTT
externally connected
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially meets the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: FFTFTTTTT
externally connected
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially equals the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: TFFFTFFFT
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially equals the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: TFFFTFFFT
equals
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially equals the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: TFFFTFFFT
equals
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
Exists if the subject SpatialObject is spatially inside
the object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: TFFTFFTTT
Exists if the subject SpatialObject is spatially inside
the object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: TFFTFFTTT
non-tangential proper part
Exists if the subject SpatialObject is spatially inside
the object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: TFFTFFTTT
non-tangential proper part
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially contains the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: TTTFFTFFT
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially contains the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: TTTFFTFFT
non-tangential proper part inverse
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially contains the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: TTTFFTFFT
non-tangential proper part inverse
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially overlaps the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: TTTTTTTTT
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially overlaps the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: TTTTTTTTT
partially overlapping
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially overlaps the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: TTTTTTTTT
partially overlapping
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
Exists if the subject SpatialObject is spatially covered
by the object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: TFFTTFTTT
Exists if the subject SpatialObject is spatially covered
by the object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: TFFTTFTTT
tangential proper part
Exists if the subject SpatialObject is spatially covered
by the object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: TFFTTFTTT
tangential proper part
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially covers the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: TTTFTTFFT
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially covers the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: TTTFTTFFT
tangential proper part inverse
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially covers the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: TTTFTTFFT
tangential proper part inverse
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially contains the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: T*****FF*
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially contains the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: T*****FF*
contains
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially contains the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: T*****FF*
contains
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially crosses the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: T*T******
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially crosses the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: T*T******
crosses
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially crosses the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: T*T******
crosses
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
Exists if the subject SpatialObject is spatially disjoint
from the object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: FF*FF****
Exists if the subject SpatialObject is spatially disjoint
from the object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: FF*FF****
disjoint
Exists if the subject SpatialObject is spatially disjoint
from the object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: FF*FF****
disjoint
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially equals the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: TFFFTFFFT
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially equals the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: TFFFTFFFT
equals
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially equals the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: TFFFTFFFT
equals
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
Exists if the subject SpatialObject is not spatially disjoint
from the object SpatialObject.
DE-9IM: T******** ^ *T******* ^ ***T***** ^ ****T****
Exists if the subject SpatialObject is not spatially disjoint
from the object SpatialObject.
DE-9IM: T******** ^ *T******* ^ ***T***** ^ ****T****
intersects
Exists if the subject SpatialObject is not spatially disjoint
from the object SpatialObject.
DE-9IM: T******** ^ *T******* ^ ***T***** ^ ****T****
intersects
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially overlaps the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: T*T***T**
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially overlaps the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: T*T***T**
overlaps
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially overlaps the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: T*T***T**
overlaps
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially touches the
object SpatialObject.
DE-9IM: FT******* ^ F**T***** ^ F***T****
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially touches the
object SpatialObject.
DE-9IM: FT******* ^ F**T***** ^ F***T****
touches
Exists if the subject SpatialObject spatially touches the
object SpatialObject.
DE-9IM: FT******* ^ F**T***** ^ F***T****
touches
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
Exists if the subject SpatialObject is spatially within the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: T*F**F***
Exists if the subject SpatialObject is spatially within the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: T*F**F***
within
Exists if the subject SpatialObject is spatially within the
object SpatialObject. DE-9IM: T*F**F***
within
Created for organizational purposes, to identify data properties imported from geoSPARQL.
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
The GML serialization of a geometry
The GML serialization of a geometry
asGML
The GML serialization of a geometry
asGML
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
The WKT serialization of a geometry
The WKT serialization of a geometry
asWKT
The WKT serialization of a geometry
asWKT
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
The number of measurements or axes needed to describe the position of this
geometry in a coordinate system.
The number of measurements or axes needed to describe the position of this
geometry in a coordinate system.
coordinateDimension
The number of measurements or axes needed to describe the position of this
geometry in a coordinate system.
coordinateDimension
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
The topological dimension of this geometric object, which
must be less than or equal to the coordinate dimension.
In non-homogeneous collections, this will return the largest
topological dimension of the contained objects.
The topological dimension of this geometric object, which
must be less than or equal to the coordinate dimension.
In non-homogeneous collections, this will return the largest
topological dimension of the contained objects.
dimension
The topological dimension of this geometric object, which
must be less than or equal to the coordinate dimension.
In non-homogeneous collections, this will return the largest
topological dimension of the contained objects.
dimension
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
Connects a geometry object with its text-based serialization.
Connects a geometry object with its text-based serialization.
has serialization
Connects a geometry object with its text-based serialization.
has serialization
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
(true) if this geometric object is the empty Geometry. If
true, then this geometric object represents the empty point
set for the coordinate space.
(true) if this geometric object is the empty Geometry. If
true, then this geometric object represents the empty point
set for the coordinate space.
isEmpty
(true) if this geometric object is the empty Geometry. If
true, then this geometric object represents the empty point
set for the coordinate space.
isEmpty
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
(true) if this geometric object has no anomalous geometric
points, such as self intersection or self tangency.
(true) if this geometric object has no anomalous geometric
points, such as self intersection or self tangency.
isSimple
(true) if this geometric object has no anomalous geometric
points, such as self intersection or self tangency.
isSimple
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
The number of measurements or axes needed to describe the spatial position of
this geometry in a coordinate system.
The number of measurements or axes needed to describe the spatial position of
this geometry in a coordinate system.
spatialDimension
The number of measurements or axes needed to describe the spatial position of
this geometry in a coordinate system.
spatialDimension
Created for organizational purposes, to identify the classes imported from geoSPARQL.
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
This class represents the top-level feature type. This class is
equivalent to GFI_Feature defined in ISO 19156:2011, and it is
superclass of all feature types.
This class represents the top-level feature type. This class is
equivalent to GFI_Feature defined in ISO 19156:2011, and it is
superclass of all feature types.
Feature
This class represents the top-level feature type. This class is
equivalent to GFI_Feature defined in ISO 19156:2011, and it is
superclass of all feature types.
Feature
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
The class represents the top-level geometry type. This class is
equivalent to the UML class GM_Object defined in ISO 19107, and
it is superclass of all geometry types.
The class represents the top-level geometry type. This class is
equivalent to the UML class GM_Object defined in ISO 19107, and
it is superclass of all geometry types.
Geometry
The class represents the top-level geometry type. This class is
equivalent to the UML class GM_Object defined in ISO 19107, and
it is superclass of all geometry types.
Geometry
Matthew Perry
OGC GeoSPARQL 1.0 Standard Working Group
2011-06-16
The class spatial-object represents everything that can have
a spatial representation. It is superclass of feature and geometry.
The class spatial-object represents everything that can have
a spatial representation. It is superclass of feature and geometry.
SpatialObject
The class spatial-object represents everything that can have
a spatial representation. It is superclass of feature and geometry.
SpatialObject