Ontology maintenance in high level architecture federation development and execution process

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DOIResolve DOI: http://doi.org/10.3233/ICA-120420
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TypeArticle
Journal titleIntegrated Computer-Aided Engineering
ISSN1069-2509
Volume20
Issue1
Pages7994; # of pages: 16
SubjectAdaptive adjustment; Collaborative product development; Execution process; Federation development; High level architecture; Ontology maintenance; Product development; Standards
AbstractThis paper presents an ontology maintenance approach aiming at dynamically maintaining the federation collaboration ontology in High Level Architecture (HLA) federation development and execution process, with the objective to provide guidelines on how to use, organize and manipulate federation collaboration ontology to meet various requirements. The proposed approach includes two algorithms: ontology maintenance (+) and ontology maintenance (-), corresponding to federate joining and resigning. It adopts an axiom-based deduction strategy and takes heavy-weighted ontologies into consideration. It can find all the explicit and derived inter-ontology relations. A case study shows that the proposed approach has great potential to improve the efficiency of federation development and execution processes, reduce the workload for adaptive adjustment of existing platforms, and enhance the applicability and flexibility of HLA based collaborative product development systems. © 2013 - IOS Press and the author(s).
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LanguageEnglish
AffiliationNational Research Council Canada; NRC Institute for Research in Construction
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NPARC number21270448
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