|A broad grouping for all elements of the change language
|Any change perform on an ontology or knowledge graph
|A change that is is a composition of other changes
|A complex change consisting of multiple obsoletions
|A change that is about a single ontology element
|A change in which the element that is the focus of the change is an edge
|An edge change in which a de-novo edge is created
|A specific kind of edge creation in which the created edge is a mapping
|An edge creation where the predicate is owl:subClassOf
|An edge change in which an edge is removed
|An edge deletion where the predicate is owl:subClassOf
|An edge change where the subject, object, and predicate are unchanged, but th...
|An edge change in which an edge is obsoleted
|An edge change where one node is replaced with another, as in the case of obs...
|A node move is a combination of deleting a parent edge and adding a parent ed...
|A node move in which a node where the destination is a proper descendant of t...
|The opposite of node deepening
|An edge change where the predicate (relationship type) is modified
|A simple change where a logical axiom is changed, where the logical axiom can...
|A simple change where the change is about a node
|Places a node inside a subset, by annotating that node
|A node change where the change alters node properties/annotations
|A node annotation change where the change replaces a particular property valu...
|a node change in which a new node is created
|A node creation where the owl type is 'owl:Class'
|A node creation where the owl type is 'ObjectProperty'
|Deletion of a node from the graph
|A node change where the mappings for that node are altered
|A node mapping change where the predicate of a mapping is changed
|A node mapping change where the object of a mapping is changed
|A node mapping change where a mapping is added to a node
|A node mapping change where a mapping is deleted
|A node change where the metadata assertion (OWL annotations) for that node ar...
|A node metadata assertion change where the predicate of a metadata assertion ...
|A node metadata assertion change where the object of a metadata assertion is ...
|A node metadata assertion change where a metadata assertion is added to a nod...
|A node metadata assertion change where a metadata assertion is deleted
|Obsoletion of a node deprecates usage of that node, but does not delete it
|An obsoletion change in which all metadata (including name/label) from the so...
|An obsoletion change in which information from the obsoleted node is selectiv...
|An obsoletion change in which there is no direct replacement
|A node change where the name (aka rdfs:label) of the node changes
|A node synonym where the name NAME of an node NODE moves to a synonym, and NO...
|A node synonym change where a de-novo synonym is created
|A node synonym change where a synonym is deleted
|A node synonym change where the predicate of a synonym is changed
|A node synonym change where the text of a synonym is changed
|A node change where the text definition is changed
|A node change where a de-novo text definition is created
|A node change where a text definition is deleted
|A node change where a text definition is modified
|unobsoletion of a node deprecates usage of that node
|Removes a node from a subset, by removing an annotation
|A node change where the string value for the name is unchanged but the langua...
|A change that is a composition of a set of changes, where those changes are t...
|A summary statistic for a set of changes of the same type, grouped by zero or...
|The meaning of operations can be configured
|A session consists of a set of change sets bundled with the activities that g...
|A summarizing of a change on a piece of text
|root class for all change mixins
|Creation of an element
|A change in a value assertion where the value remain unchanged but either the...
|Removal of an element
|Obsoletion of an element deprecates usage of that element, but does not delet...
|Applies to an obsoletion in which annotations or edges pointing at the obsole...
|A change in the membership status of a node with respect to a subset (view)
|placing an element inside a subset
|removing an element from a subset
|Opposite operation of obsoletion
|Any component of an ontology or knowledge graph
|A relationship between two nodes
|Any named entity in an ontology
|A node that is a class
|A node that is an individual
|a property-value pair
|A grouping for prov elements
|a provence-generating activity
|a provence-generating agent