By Vahid Ebrahimipour, Soumaya Yacout
This e-book provides state-of-the-art functions of, and updated examine on, ontology engineering options within the actual asset integrity area. notwithstanding a survey of cutting-edge concept and techniques on ontology engineering, the authors emphasize crucial subject matters together with facts integration modeling, wisdom illustration, and semantic interpretation. The booklet additionally displays novel themes facing the complex difficulties of actual asset integrity functions equivalent to heterogeneity, info inconsistency, and interoperability present in layout and usage. With a particular specialise in functions proper in heavy undefined, Ontology Modeling in actual Asset Integrity administration is perfect for practising commercial and mechanical engineers operating within the box, in addition to researchers and graduate all in favour of ontology engineering in actual structures existence cycles.
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2004; Borgo and Leitão 2007). , for the exploitation via software systems. Since ontological analysis can be complex, sometimes a community develops ontologized versions of their models via the transcription of the framework constraints into an ontological language without a systematic study of its ontological assumptions about the domain. Ontological languages give the advantage to enforce and verify the consistent use of important distinctions like class vs. instance. The former refers to collections of entities sharing the same set of attributes, while the latter denotes the specific entity, aka token or particular, which does not classify itself but might be classified by one or more classes: see, for instance, the T-Box and A-Box distinction in Description Logics (DL) (Bader et al.