Timeline Ontology


"This ontology is centered around the notion of timeline, seen here as a way to identify a temporal backbone. A timeline may support a signal, a video, a score, a work, etc. This ontology, used with the Event ontology, can be used to annotate sections of a signal, a video, or any temporal object. For example, it can be used to express: This shot holds between this frame and that frame, in this video; This performance happened at that particular date; In this song, the first chorus is before the second verse; A new structural segment starts at 2 minutes and 43 seconds, on this signal; This signal is a sampled version of this one; This part of the score corresponds to this section in an actual performance (in progress...)."

Yves Raimond
Samer Abdallah
KOS Types Vocabulary: 
Queen Mary University of London, Mile End Road, London, Greater London, E1 4NS, United Kingdom