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Ontology-Based framework for enhanced interoperability in networked industrial environments

Jardim-Gonçalves, Ricardo and Cabrita, Ricardo and Sarraipa, João and Steiger-Garção, Adolfo (2004) Ontology-Based framework for enhanced interoperability in networked industrial environments. [Paper]. In: INCOM 2004 - 11th IFAC Symposium on Information Control Problems in Manufacturing, 5-7 Apr 2004, Salvador, Bahia, Brazil. URL: http://www.unifacs.br/incom2004/.

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Abstract

Nowadays, the advent of networked production environments has conducted to increase the number of heterogeneous systems that a manufacturer has to manage. These needs have resulted in major semantic accuracy difficulties when exchanging and integrating information. A normalised representation of the semantics associated with the product and processes, has been identified by the research community as a key to solve the problem. This paper contributes describing a method to develop a harmonized taxonomy in adoption by the furniture industry, prepared using a framework to improve the interoperability of systems within the Product Life Cycle. The proposed platform is based in a standard-based meta-model description assisted by an on-line normalised ontology platform, using state of the art technology for Internet enabled services and data access. The paper reflects major research results from two international projects.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects:Engenharia Electrotécnica > Sistemas de Informação Industriais > Infraestruturas de Integração
Divisions:Centre of Technology and Systems 2003-2006 > CTS0306-C Collaborative Networks, Distributed Industrial Systems and Interoperability > CTS0306-C2 Interoperability
Departamento de Engenharia Electrotécnica > Sistemas Digitais e Percepcionais
ID Code:176
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Deposited On:01 Feb 2007 18:46
Last Modified:25 Mar 2011 13:53

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