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  • 1. Designing an Ontology for the Data Documentation InitiativeProblem• Establish the Data Documentation Initiative (DDI) as a de facto standard for describing data from the social and behavioral sciences• DDI should reach a broader audiencePurpose• Publish data and metadata in form of RDF• Link data and metadata in the web --> DDI instances participate in the LOD cloud• Plethora of tools to interoperate with DDI instances can be used• Identify use cases• Build ontology of the most relevant DDI elementsResearch Questions and MethodologyUse Cases• Semantic queries • OWL queries • What kind of problems can be solved? • Terminological OWL queries (Global consistency, class • On multiple distributed and merged DDI instances consistency, subsumption testing, classifying the • Using DDI domain concepts without knowledge of ontology, class equivalence, class disjointness) DDI XML Schemas‘ structures • Assertional OWL queries (Instance check, class• Publish DDI data and metadata in form of RDF extension, property check, property extension) • DDI instances can be processed by RDF tools without • Consistency check of DDI 3 data model supporting the DDI data format • Facilitation of study comparability• Link DDI data and metadata with different data • Enabling study classification sources of the LOD cloud • Meaning of references in the DDI data model will• Ontologies are more expressive than XML Schemas be formalized• Integration of other ontologies • Storage of qualitative data • Reasoner can use additional semantic information for deductions Thomas Bosch, Andias Wira-Alam and Brigitte Mathiak {Thomas.Bosch, Andias.Wira-Alam, Brigitte.Mathiak}@gesis.org GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, Square B2, 1, 68159 Mannheim, Germany