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A Manufacturing Foundation Ontology for Product Life Cycle Interoperability [chapter]

Zahid Usman, Robert I.M. Young, Keith Case, Jenny Harding
2010 Enterprise Interoperability IV  
This paper presents the idea of a proposed Manufacturing Foundation Ontology (MFO) aimed at acting as a basis for the Product Life Cycle (PLC) interoperability.  ...  The foundation ontology will act as a basis for building Interoperable knowledge bases or 'World Models' from a library of formally defined concepts in a heavy weight ontology.  ...  This research work is funded by the Innovative Manufacturing and Construction Research Centre (IMCRC) in Loughborough University under the Interoperable Manufacturing Knowledge Systems (IMKS) project (  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-84996-257-5_14 dblp:conf/iesa/UsmanYCH10 fatcat:bcdeilumyzcgximtuq4obpxmw4

Formal ontologies in manufacturing

Emilio M. Sanfilippo, Yoshinobu Kitamura, Robert I.M. Young
2019 Applied Ontology  
The ontology extends the theory of Ground Mereotopology (MT) and combines 48 et al. (2019) present a suite of modular ontologies called the Product Life Cycle (PLC) 21 ontologies for data system interoperability  ...  The paper 23 discusses definitions of fundamental concepts in the product life cycle such as 'product', 'commodities', 24 X., Gambino, I., Liang, V. C., Rachuri, S., Mani, M., Nistir, C.  ... 
doi:10.3233/ao-190209 fatcat:rg7xw7livfeanh7l27mspqqy5u

Manufacturing knowledge sharing in PLM: a progression towards the use of heavy weight ontologies

R. I. M. Young, A. G. Gunendran, A. F. Cutting-Decelle, M. Gruninger
2007 International Journal of Production Research  
for each of the life cycle phases.  ...  However there is a clear need for a foundation ontology to support manufacturing resource definition.  ...  a))) Axiom 11 The activity tree for a complex subactivity occurrence is a subtree of the activity tree for the activity occurrence. (forall (?a1 ?a2) (implies (subactivity ?a1 ?a2) (not (exists (?  ... 
doi:10.1080/00207540600942268 fatcat:tbuu3jlvdvfmtbz4lndc4uw4ua

A Semantic Model in the Context of Maintenance: A Predictive Maintenance Case Study

Gokan May, Sangje Cho, AmirHossein Majidirad, Dimitris Kiritsis
2022 Applied Sciences  
To provide access to these data in a standard and structured way, researchers and practitioners need to design and develop a semantic model of maintenance entities to build a reference ontology for maintenance  ...  Furthermore, we introduce a semantic model in the form of an ontology for mapping relevant data. The proposed solution is validated and verified using an industrial implementation.  ...  In addition, we implemented a PdM ontology in a real-life manufacturing scenario.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app12126065 fatcat:3k346tuodfghbm2f2pzfh2hahm

Semantic Virtual Factory supporting interoperable modelling and evaluation of production systems

Botond Kádár, Walter Terkaj, Marco Sacco
2013 CIRP annals  
This paper addresses the application of a semantic data model for virtual factories to support the design and the performance evaluation of manufacturing systems, while exploiting the interoperability  ...  provide an interoperable backbone for heterogeneous software tools.  ...  operation life-cycles phases of a manufacturing system.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cirp.2013.03.045 fatcat:q4acgyjwlfe7jkztuwfb2iktai

Sustainability and Interoperability: Two Facets of the Same Gold Medal [chapter]

Michele Dassisti, Ricardo Jardim-Goncalves, Arturo Molina, Ovidiu Noran, Hervé Panetto, Milan M. Zdravković
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
To achieve this, it applies the dualistic sustainability / interoperability viewpoint to a variety of areas (manufacturing, healthcare, information and communication technology and standardisation), analyses  ...  Thus, sustainability relies on interoperability, while, conversely, interoperability as an ongoing concern relies for its existence on all three main pillars of sustainability.  ...  VM application can encompass the entire life cycle of a product or process.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-41033-8_33 fatcat:nqcyr3eeqre7fdls6aeo2opqqy

Ontology-based interoperability solutions for textile supply chain

Rishad Rayyaan, Yi Wang, Richard Kennon
2014 Advances in Manufacturing  
The ontological methods, such as unified process for ontology (UPON) and methontology have been analyzed, and UPON have been shown as a suitable ontology development method for textile supply chain.  ...  Ontology based semantic interoperability framework has now been proven as an effective solution for enterprise interoperability.  ...  During the life-cycle of UPON, each activity is repeated with the aim to develop the ontology which demonstrates its iterative nature.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40436-014-0073-2 fatcat:lyzkmkic2bapdih6end6ihupyy

Semantic web in manufacturing

N Khilwani, J A Harding, A K Choudhary
2009 Proceedings of the Institution of mechanical engineers. Part B, journal of engineering manufacture  
Advances in manufacturing systems include attempts to create collaborative networks for enterprise integration and information interoperability.  ...  A knowledge base for all the information resources concerned with the manufacturing domain is also built up in this paper.  ...  Similarly, Dori and Shpitalni [44] laid a foundation for an ontology of the generic life cycle of a product that includes the entire life cycle of the product, from its design to the end of its life.  ... 
doi:10.1243/09544054jem1399 fatcat:ut44ig4smfdzznre2345wwjv34

Reference ontologies to support the development of global production network systems

Claire Palmer, Esmond Neil Urwin, Jose Miguel Pinazo-Sánchez, Francisco Sánchez Cid, Ester Palacios Rodríguez, Sonja Pajkovska-Goceva, Robert Ian Marr Young
2016 Computers in industry (Print)  
The application of reference ontologies to a domain and its related information requirements can enhance and accelerate the development of new product-service systems with a view towards the seamless interchange  ...  The application of reference ontologies to a domain and its related information requirements can enhance and accelerate the development of new product-service systems with a view towards the seamless interchange  ...  [4] across a range of company groups operating within and across product life cycle phases.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compind.2015.11.002 fatcat:yyxqvwppdbfrfo4wvxhgxkch2i

Enterprise integration and interoperability in manufacturing systems: Trends and issues

Hervé Panetto, Arturo Molina
2008 Computers in industry (Print)  
Enterprise Integration and Interoperability in Manufacturing Systems is a key concept to face the challenges of these new environments.  ...  Recent advances in information and communication technologies have allowed manufacturing enterprise to move from highly data-driven environments to a more cooperative information/knowledge-driven environment  ...  to pace the production according to the life-cycle dynamics of the products, processes and humans inside and outside the enterprise.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compind.2007.12.010 fatcat:vgdklte2knex7ftukt3mryg4qu

Pipeline for ontology-based modeling and automated deployment of digital twins for planning and control of manufacturing systems

Mirko Robin Amon Göppert, Lea Grahn, Jonas Sebastian Rachner, Dennis Grunert, Simon Hort, Robert H. Schmitt
2021 Journal of intelligent manufacturing (2021). doi:10.1007/s10845-021-01860-6  
The demand for individualized products drives modern manufacturing systems towards greater adaptability and flexibility.  ...  A digital model must follow a standardization for interoperable data exchange.  ...  Acknowledgements This work is part of the research project "AIM-FREE" that is funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) within the indirective on a joint funding initiative  ... 
doi:10.18154/rwth-2021-11165 fatcat:pjpvlp32ubhmlfau4jwzs45koq

Supporting Interoperability of Virtual Factories [chapter]

Lai Xu, Paul de Vrieze, Lingling Wei
2014 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Interoperability as technical implementation finally supports collaboration among business partners for forming virtual factories.  ...  The manufacturing industry is entering a new era.  ...  To enable rapid change in the setup of virtual factories, potentially interrupting a long life cycle, a holistic approach is needed.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-44745-1_51 fatcat:3jma4gftgbg77n6nyibocpo6rq

Multi-agent Product Life Cycle Environment. Interoperability Issues [chapter]

Yulia V. Yadgarova, Victor V. Taratukhin, Ekaterina N. Skachko
2015 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
Keywords: Future product lifecycle management · Enterprise interoperability · Intelligent design and manufacturing · Multi-agent framework c IFIP International Federation for Information Processing 2015  ...  To classify such problems and solution approaches we use a framework for enterprise interoperability, described by D. Chen at [1].  ...  They also require engineering services, such as maintenance and support throughout the life-cycle.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-47157-9_10 fatcat:vva466yiave25fafkjn24zj4s4

A product life cycle ontology for additive manufacturing

Munira Mohd Ali, Rahul Rai, J. Neil Otte, Barry Smith
2019 Computers in industry (Print)  
As a result, multiple software systems are being created to support the integration of data across the product life cycle.  ...  In this paper, we present a consensusbased Additive Manufacturing Ontology (AMO) and illustrate its application in promoting re-usability in the field of dentistry product manufacturing.  ...  understanding and reasoning across the entire product life cycle (PLC) in the Product Life Cycle Management (PLM).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compind.2018.12.007 fatcat:iisgppzvmfdkrbtbpdmpl6fihq

Metrics to gauge the success of a manufacturing ontology

David Koonce, Dusan Sormaz
2019 Procedia Manufacturing  
In manufacturing, ontology development ranges from supply chain to production to design.  ...  In manufacturing, ontology development ranges from supply chain to production to design.  ...  A larger value points to a greater adoption, relative to age. Conclusions The growing interest in using ontologies as a foundation for designing systems has led to alternatives for developers.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.promfg.2020.01.116 fatcat:edmew6kkhbalzbcg6i4k6wxqga
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