Knowledge-based integration of industrial plant models
|Knowledge-based integration of industrial plant models|
|Author(s)||Abele L., Grimm S.|
|Published in||IECON Proceedings (Industrial Electronics Conference)|
|Keyword(s)||Unknown (Extra: Conceptual modelling, Engineering aspects, Engineering data, Heterogeneous landscapes, Plant engineers, Semantic data, Semantic technologies, Semantic wiki, Electrical engineering, Industrial electronics, Knowledge based systems, Plants (botany), Semantic Web, Semantics, Software engineering, Industrial plants)|
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The planning and engineering of industrial plants is characterized by a heterogeneous landscape of tools and data formats covering multiple engineering aspects, such as electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, software engineering, etc. To provide plant engineers in different roles with an integrated view on engineering data, we propose a conceptual modelling approach based on MOF layering for representing plant knowledge across multiple disciplins. Furthermore, we suggest to instantiate this conceptual modelling approach on a semantic technology stack featuring semantic data representation based on RDF and web-based plant navigation in a semantic Wiki.
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