Proceedings of the Vth International workshop "Critical infrastructures: Contingency management, Intelligent, Agent-based, Cloud computing and Cyber security" (IWCI 2018)

The Ontology Model for Automating the Solution of Multidisciplinary Research Tasks

Authors
Alexandr Berman, Olga Nikolaychuk, Alexandr Pavlov
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Alexandr Berman
Available Online August 2018.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/iwci-18.2018.1How to use a DOI?
Keywords
domain ontology, problem ontology, top-level ontology, representation ontology, application ontology, multi-disciplinarity
Abstract
The proposed ontology model is instrumental in describing multidisciplinary information on the problem under consideration, including methods and means of its solution. This model is based on a hierarchy of parts of the subject and problem areas, ontology of representation and ontology of the upper level. The proposed model provides the following: representation of heterogeneous, in terms of formalization degree, information on the problem addressed; independence of the presentation of data and knowledge of their processing methods; shared development of information space.
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