MODS RDF is an RDF ontology for MODS. As MODS is an XML schema for a bibliographic element set, MODS RDF is an expression of that element set in RDF.
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Discussion_paper_Development_MODS_RDF_Ontology.txt
Discussion_paper_MODS_RDF_Authorities.txt
Discussion_paper_Principal_Name_Principal_Title_and_Name_Title.txt
MODS_RDF_Ontology.rdf
MODS_RDF_Stylesheet.xsl
README.md
Sample_record_Academic_Commons_MODS_RDF.rdf
Sample_record_Academic_Commons_MODS_RDF_2.rdf
Sample_record_Academic_Commons_MODS_RDF_Sample_Record_3.rdf
Sample_record_Academic_Commons_MODS_RDF_stylesheet.xsl
Sample_record_Academic_Commons_MODS_XML.xml
Sample_record_Academic_Commons_modsrdf_stylesheet_april_22.xsl
Sample_record_Biggert_04.xml
Sample_record_CCS_0164.xml
UIUC_MODS_Example

README.md

MODS/RDF Working Group

The motivation behind this group is the development of a MODS/RDF ontology that will allow MODS/XML users to express their existing MODS records in RDF - interoperably - that is, according to an agreed-upon ontology. So the mission of this group is to develop a MODS ontology as well as a conversion tool (e.g. stylesheet) to convert existing MODS XML. We are not developing a bibliographic ontology from the ground up. The work is based on MODS XML. The basis for this work will be the LC MODS RDF ontology, and stylesheet; see http://www.loc.gov/standards/mods/modsrdf/ .