About This Schema
Terms used to describe occupations, tasks, and related information with regard to the United States Navy.
Draft terms for the Navy schema.
How to Read These Tables
The following tables use a common set of attributes to describe each Term. Not all terms will have all attributes.
|Unique Resource Identifier used to identify the term. It consists of a full namespace (such as
https://purl.org/navy/terms) followed by the term itself. This URI can uniquely identify the term in various contexts, including those where multiple namespaces are used.
|Equivalent to the URI, but using a shorter namespace prefix (such as
navy) followed by
: and then by the term itself. Use the References table to determine which prefix is associated with which full URI namespace.
|A human-readable label assigned to the term. In applications, this may be substituted for any label that is suitable for that application. May be represented in multiple languages.
|The normative definition for the term. The definition field controls the true meaning of the term regardless of its URI or its Label. May be represented in multiple languages.
|Additional non-normative descriptive text to aid in understanding the intended meaning and/or purpose of the term. May be represented in multiple languages.
|Additional non-normative descriptive text to aid in understanding the intended usage of the term. May be represented in multiple languages.
|Type of Term
|Indicates the type of term: Class, Property, Concept Scheme, or Concept.
|Indicates the current status of the term: Stable, Unstable, Pending, or Deprecated.
|Indicates that this class is a more narrowly-focused variant of the referenced class.
|Indicates that this property is a more narrowly-focused variant of the referenced property.
|Indicates that this concept is a more narrowly-focused variant of the referenced concept.
|Lists the terms, often from other namespaces, that have the same (or nearly the same) semantic meaning as this term.
|Lists the properties that belong to this class (as defined by the properties' "Domain Includes" data).
|In Range Of
|Lists the properties whose value may be an instance of this class (as defined by the properties' "Range Includes" data).
|Lists the classes to which this property belongs.
|Lists the classes or value types that may be used as a value for this property.
|CER Target Scheme
|Lists the concept schemes that are intended to ultimately be used as values for this term, either directly or indirectly.
|Lists the terms that may be considered concepts for this concept scheme.
|CER Scheme For
|Lists the terms that are intended to reference terms from this scheme, either directly or indirectly.
|Lists the concept schemes in which this concept appears.
|Provides links to serializations (in JSON-LD and Turtle) for this term.
|Provides links to the schema update history for this term.
In the tables below, the following prefixes refer to the following schema sources:
|CTDL Profile of Achievement Standards Network Description Language
|Credential Transparency Description Language
|U.S. Navy Terms
|Ontology Web Language
|Resource Description Framework
|RDF Schema 1.1
|Simple Knowledge Organization System
|Web Annotation Vocabulary
|Term-centric Semantic Web Vocabulary Annotations
|XML Schema Definition
|Controlled Vocabulary Concepts References (SKOS)
Info and Statistics
U.S. Navy Terms
Use the options below to determine the totals to include for the selected schemas. For each schema, you can also opt to include counts for terms that that schema borrows:
- From other Credential Engine schemas (e.g., CTDL-ASN borrows ceterms:industryType from CTDL for its ceasn:CompetencyFramework class)
- From non-Credential Engine schemas (e.g., CTDL borrows schema:QuantitativeData from schema.org for its ceterms:financialAssistanceValue property)
Terms will not be counted twice regardless of which combination of options you select.
|Total by Type
|Total by Status