An ontology to represent the content management systems and their interaction with the triplestore. For instance, how should an entity in the triplestore, e.g., the URI for Manchester United, be linked to an external CMS that provides more information about Manchester United, e.g., sports statistics, or how should a creative work URI in the triplestore refer to the CMS it was created. The CMS ontology provides the Linked Data Platform customers with pointers to additional information about a thing in other systems.
The Content Mangement Systems ontology defines the terms that LDP needs to interact with systems that produce content. The linked data platform contain semantic metadata for the creative content and also the things the BBC produces content about. The CMS onology defines how these things and content are associated with other BBC instances of the same thing.
For instance, how should an entity in the triplestore (the URI for Manchester United) be linked to an external CMS that provides more information on the thing, e.g., sports statistics, or how should a creative work URI in the triplestore refer to another CMS (e.g., content store) so that more information that the triplestore doesn't store (e.g., the full text body of the creative work) can be retrieved.
Using the CMS ontology we are able to locate a thing in another system as follows:
<urn:locservices:1643084> a cms:LocationServicesLocator.
Automatically generated documentation for the ontology terms.