NeoGeo Geometry Ontology A vocabulary for describing geographical regions in RDF. \$Id: geometry.ttl 97 2012-04-16 12:46:18Z jmsalas@gmail.com \$ Geometry testing Super-class grouping all geometrical representations (also ones in non-RDF formats, such as KML, GML, WKT...). Geometry Collection unstable Super-class grouping all composite geometrical representations. Bounding Box Represents a bounding box composed by four line segments. unstable LineString Represents a series of points connected by straight lines. unstable LinearRing unstable Represents a series of points connected by straight lines, which form a closed shape. Last point must be the same as the first point. MultiLineString unstable Describes a geometric shape composed of several LineString resources. MultiPoint Describes a collection of Point resources, which define a resource's geometric representation. unstable MultiPolygon unstable Describes a geometric shape composed of several Polygon resources. 1 Polygon A closed area defined by an exterior boundary, and optionally one or more interior boundaries. unstable Point boundary unstable Super-property that groups all properties defining a polygon's boundaries. exterior Defines a polygon's outer boundary. unstable geometry testing Relates a resource to its geometric shape. interior Defines an polygon's boundary within its outer boundary, i.e. a polygon with 'holes' in it. unstable LineString member unstable Links a LineString simple geometry to a MultiLineString composite geometry. part of unstable Relates a point to a geometric shape's boundary. Point member Links a Point simple geometry to a MultiPoint composite Geometry. unstable Polygon member unstable Links a Polygon simple geometry to a MultiPolygon composite geometry. position list Relates a LineString or LinearRing to the points that define them. unstable bounding box Relates a Geometry to its Bounding Box. unstable As WKT WKT serialization of the geometry. deprecated Resolution Resolution of the represented geometry object (expressed in meters). unstable