Authors
Amer Ezoji, Nada Matta,
Title
DOTK: Descriptive Ontology for Territorial Knowledge for Sustainability
In
The 10th International Workshop on Knowledge Acquisition Reuse & Evaluation (KARE 2018) collocated with SITIS 2018 (the 14th international conference signal image technology & internet based systems), IEEE
Year
2018
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Abstract
Ontology is a useful method that can share a common understanding of the structure of information, make domain assumption explicit and analyze the domain knowledge. Representation of territorial knowledge based on the ontology is an approach which explains the nature and reasoning of this knowledge for sustainability. This paper proposes a descriptive ontology for territorial knowledge (DOTK) based on foundation ontology. DOTK ontology is an ontology of domain and its aim is enhancing the sustainable knowledge of actors within industries according to territorial knowledge. Extracting the concepts of the domain is from scientific study. This ontology is a guide for contracting of operational ontology and semantic graph demonstrate the rules between concepts of territorial knowledge. This work is ongoing research for applying of this ontology in the special domain. This study will be considered which part of DOTK and how can help to actors of hierarchical level within industries.
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