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Strategy for extensible, evolving terminology for the Materials Genome Initiative efforts

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Author(s)

Talapady N. Bhat, Ursula R. Kattner, Laura Bartolo, Carelyn E. Campbell, John T. Elliott

Abstract

Intuitive, flexible, and evolving terminology plays a significant role in capitalizing on recommended knowledge representation models for material engineering applications. In this article we present a proposed rules-based approach with initial examples from a growing corpus of materials terms in the NIST Materials Data Repository (https://materialsdata.nist.gov). Our method aims to establish a common, consistent, evolving set of rules for creating or extending terminology as needed to describe materials data. The rules are intended to be simple and generalizable for users to understand and extend; for groups to apply to their own repositories; and for machines to process as well as act upon.
Citation
JOM Journal of the Minerals Metals and Materials Society
Volume
67
Issue
8

Keywords

Material Genome Initiative, materials metadata, extensible terminology, Material Genome Initiative metadata, Evolving metadata for Materials, Evolving terminology for materials, Extensible terminology for materials, Terminology for Federated efforts, Rule and root-based metadata, Rule and root based metadata, Infrastructure for Materials semantic Web, Infrastructure for Material RDF, Compound terms for materials
Created July 1, 2015, Updated May 12, 2020