DINGO: an ontology for projects and grants linked data

@inproceedings{Chialva2020DINGOAO,
  title={DINGO: an ontology for projects and grants linked data},
  author={Diego Chialva and Alexis-Michel Mugabushaka},
  booktitle={ADBIS/TPDL/EDA Workshops},
  year={2020}
}
We present DINGO (Data INtegration for Grants Ontology), an ontology that provides a machine readable extensible framework to model data for semantically-enabled applications relative to projects, funding, actors, and, notably, funding policies in the research landscape. DINGO is designed to yield high modeling power and elasticity to cope with the huge variety in funding, research and policy practices, which makes it applicable also to other areas besides research where funding is an important… 

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