I've been thinking about creating an ontology of grappling/martial arts techniques recently. I know there are things like flowcharts for BJJ. Google directed me to this question: An Ontology of Combat There's a link to an ontology made via WebProtegé, which sadly doesn't work anymore. So I am wondering if there is still somebody out there working on an ontology of BJJ or something similar?
I'm generally thinking of something like "positions" that have certain significant positions of arms and legs, "transitions" that have certain significant changes in positions of arms and legs etc. I see that my English might be too limited...but I hope to be able to deliver the point.
Ontology, not a taxonomy. A taxonomy would be nice, too. But I'm after e.g. the transitions in grappling styles, which might be modelled as relations between different positions (e.g. sidemount to mount and vice versa). I don't think this is covered by/in a taxonomy.
Yes, this is kind of a duplicate to An Ontology of Combat. But 1) I don't want to spam 50 (?) questions to earn reputation, so I could then comment on the other question. And 2) the other problem is time: The question is as old as the answers to it and those answers do not seem to be valid anymore. I could comment on the answers - see 1).
All in all the question hasn't been answered thoroughly yet and it's just not a "How do I wrap my bandages properly?"-question. If there is a way to revive the old question and/or fuse both, I'd be grateful for that!
Reformulating my previous question: Are there any ontologies of combat sports? Are there different approaches? General ontologies or specific (e.g. boxing, BJJ, MMA)? Is there an open access to those ontologies?
I would be glad for any hints on technique-databases, too.