The ontology for making opening hours within your organization maintainable.

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The ontology


oh:calendar is a predicate which takes a priority lists (rdf:List) as an object.
oh:type is a predicate which categorizes the oh:OpeningHours by oh:OpeningHoursType. Each organisation can have their own types.
oh:closinghours is true or false. It indicates whether the calendar defines closing hours or opening hours.
dcat:downloadURL, a property from the DCAT ontology, defines where the calendar can be downloaded. The server should return the Content-Type of the file in the HTTP header.

The OpeningHours ontology is used by


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Pieter Colpaert, Laurens De Vocht, Steven Verstockt, Anastasia Dimou, Raf Buyle, Erik Mannens and Rik Van de Walle. (2014, June). Ontology Based Improvement of Opening Hours in e-governments. In proceedings of the Eighth IEEE International Conference on Semantic Computing, Newport Beach

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