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Interactive situation modelling in knowledge-intensive domains

Kiran Jude Fernandes
2009 International Journal of Business Information Systems  
Interactive Situation Modelling (ISM) method, a semi-methodological approach, is proposed to tackle issues associated with modelling complex knowledge intensive domains, which cannot be easily modelled  ...  The author firstly reviews approaches used for modelling knowledge intensive domains, preceded by a brief discussion about two main issues: symmetry of ignorance and system behaviour, which are often confronted  ...  Interactive Situation Modelling in Knowledge Intensive Domains Introduction The major challenge to modelling complex, knowledge intensive domains is synthesizing knowledge from various sources; as such  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijbis.2009.021601 fatcat:gocjs3x3sne45fqxkullozmtwa

Model Construction for Knowledge-Intensive Engineering Tasks [chapter]

Benno Stein
2008 Studies in Computational Intelligence  
The construction of adequate models to solve engineerings tasks is a field of paramount interest.  ...  For each of these principles we introduced its basic characteristics and exemplified its application within a knowledge-intensive engineering task.  ...  Nevertheless, they describe non-trivial, knowledge-intensive real-world applications that were tackled in the outlined way.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-78297-1_7 fatcat:ddozeyfbzrczjhovkw7gioa5ua

How to Represent "Intelligent" Components in a Product Model [chapter]

L. Susca, F. Mandorli, C. Rizzi
2002 From Knowledge Intensive CAD to Knowledge Intensive Engineering  
In order to be able to manage contextually the different types of knowledge involved during the design process, the multi-level model reflects the different steps of the process itself.  ...  of the model within different application contexts.  ...  the development of Knowledge Intensive CAD systems.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35494-1_12 fatcat:pvgbk53lnvhk3kd2kqofcvl54y

Knowledge-intensive collaborative decision support for design processes: A hybrid decision support model and agent

Xuan F. Zha, Ram D. Sriram, Marco G. Fernandez, Farrokh Mistree
2008 Computers in industry (Print)  
The application for the concept evaluation and selection in design for mass customization is provided.  ...  The developed hybrid robust design decision-support model quantitatively incorporates qualitative design knowledge and preferences of multiple, conflicting attributes stored in a knowledge repository so  ...  Section 5 provides a case application of the proposed model to concept evaluation and selection. Section 6 summarizes the paper and points out the future work.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compind.2008.07.009 fatcat:f3tmeuug5vbzvazhbqbwr5y64u

Design Knowledge Management Based on a Model of Synthesis [chapter]

Yutaka Nomaguchi, Tetsuo Tomiyama
2004 Knowledge Intensive Design Technology  
DDMS automatically generates design documents after analyzing design log data and guides designers with design process knowledge based on a model of synthesis.  ...  KIEF is capable of integrating multiple design object models and of maintaining consistency among these models.  ...  INTRODUCTION Design knowledge management to support creative and effective design activities has been one of crucial issues for manufacturers.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35708-9_9 fatcat:kkloc7jqanczbfiwpt7oyg5jyu

On Design Evaluation Based on Functional Modeling [chapter]

Stephan Rudolph
1997 Knowledge Intensive CAD  
The properties of this evaluation method, such as minima1ity, completeness, hierarchical decomposition, consistency, causality and sensitivity analysis of the design variables, are derived and discussed  ...  This design evaluation method should in principle be common to the reasoning process of the engineer since it relies on the traditional engineering technique of dimensional analysis.  ...  INTRODUCTION FUnctional modeling means the description of the design object in functional terms.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35192-6_7 fatcat:f5ptf2olajhxdcpqdw3lky4rte

Representation and Conversion of Dimension Units in CAD Data Models [chapter]

D. Roller, O. Eck, B. Rieg, D. Schäfer
2002 From Knowledge Intensive CAD to Knowledge Intensive Engineering  
This paper presents a knowledge-based approach to represent the dimension units of numerical values in CAD data models.  ...  This paper also describes an implementation of the presented approach that integrates the concept of representing and evaluating dimension units in a shared CAD database system.  ...  SUMMARY This paper shows a knowledge-based concept to extend numerical values to terms including a numerical value and its dimension unit.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35494-1_7 fatcat:qeejdjhoxnfunc5ds3yde3gmoe

Execution of Knowledge-Intensive Processes by Utilizing Ontology-Based Reasoning

Eric Rietzke, Carsten Maletzki, Ralph Bergmann, Norbert Kuhn
2021 Journal on Data Semantics  
AbstractModeling and executing knowledge-intensive processes (KiPs) are challenging with state-of-the-art approaches, and the specific demands of KiPs are the subject of ongoing research.  ...  We confirm this as we show that reasoners can infer the executability of tasks based on a currently researched ontology- and data-driven business process model (ODD-BP model).  ...  Introduction This paper introduces and evaluates an ontology-and datadriven business process approach (ODD-BP), which aims to deal with the special requirements of knowledge-intensive processes (KiPs).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13740-021-00127-w fatcat:lhworkj725f5fbyitalk5342fm

A context model for knowledge-intensive case-based reasoning

PINAR ÖZTÜRK, AGNAR AAMODT
1998 International Journal of Human-Computer Studies  
Background studies are summarized, the context model is explained, and an example shows its integration into an existing knowledge-intensive CBR system.  ...  The components of this context model is described, and related to the roles the components play in an abductive diagnostic process.  ...  Introduction The motivation behind this research is to improve artificial intelligence methods for problem solving and learning in open and weak-theory domains by developing an explicit model of context  ... 
doi:10.1006/ijhc.1997.0174 fatcat:tkjnnlprt5cfvdd4wdsx3th6be

Supporting Conceptual Design: A Model for Reflective-Interactive Design [chapter]

Bill Chan, Susan Finger
2000 Knowledge Intensive Computer Aided Design  
This knowledge is valuable because it establishes the design context. Understanding of context is critical to guide downstream design processes such as model abstraction and evaluation.  ...  Using this framework, a designer can create and simulate incomplete and evolving designs using function, behaviour, and form concepts. 1.  ...  Design process knowledge relates to the methods and practice of the design process.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35582-5_10 fatcat:74qmai36c5cujbzrzpafmiqlri

Modeling of Product Life-cycle Knowledge and Data for an Intelligent Concurrent Design System [chapter]

Deyi Xue
2000 Knowledge Intensive Computer Aided Design  
This paper discusses the issues in modeling product life-cycle knowledge and data for an intelligent concurrent design system. Requirements for intelligent concurrent design are first outlined.  ...  Development and implementation of an intelligent concurrent design system and its applications are subsequently presented based upon the theoretical research results.  ...  Norrie at University of Calgary for his collaboration on developing the industrial application. I would also like to thank Prof. H. Yoshikawa and Prof. T. Tomiyama at University of Tokyo, and Prof.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35582-5_6 fatcat:vqfrwutgwzd4ndbkgqzrfkcfhy

Management of knowledge intensive systems as supernetworks: Modeling, analysis, computations, and applications

A. Nagurney, J. Dong
2005 Mathematical and computer modelling  
We develop the fundamental knowledge supernetwork model with fixed demands and present concrete applications to a news organization, an intelligence agency, and a global financial institution.  ...  Finally, numerical examples are provided to illustrate both the generality of the knowledge supernetwork concept and theory as well as the computational procedures.  ...  Introduction Knowledge intensive organizations today, such as news organizations, intelligence agencies, and/or global financial institutions, are facing numerous challenges.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.mcm.2004.01.015 fatcat:v5dccyot2vfzlgyjv3h33hllzy

Concept of Flocks Fragmentation and Averaging Method for the Application of Electrocoagulation in Process for Coke Oven Wastewater Treatment

Dariusz Mierzwiński, Przemysław Nosal, Andrzej Szczepanik, Michał Łach, Martin Duarte Guigou, Marek Hebda, Kinga Korniejenko
2021 Materials  
The main objective of the article is to develop the concept of flock fragmentation and the averaging method for the application of electrocoagulation in the process of treating wastewater from coke ovens  ...  The design of the process and its automatization was based on a quantitative simulation method.  ...  that has received funding from the Research Fund for Coal and Steel under Grant Agreement No. 710078 and from the ministry of Science and Higher Education Poland from financial resources on science in  ... 
doi:10.3390/ma14216307 pmid:34771832 pmcid:PMC8585316 fatcat:vp65p2lryfgyffc4dx26jimpwu

An exploratory application of the Ken-OT model to different knowledge intensive sectors in Taiwan

Shiaw Wu
2005 Problems and Perspectives in Management  
An exploratory application of the Ken-OT model to different knowledge intensive sectors in Taiwan.  ...  Problems and Perspectives in Management, 3(2) RELEASED ON Tuesday, 17 May 2005 JOURNAL "Problems and Perspectives in Management" FOUNDER LLC "Consulting Publishing Company "Business Perspectives" NUMBER  ...  Within knowledge intensive services (KIS) industries, increasing demand for services means increasing the input of knowledge and/or renovated technology to win and retain satisfied customers.  ... 
doaj:b8fd147b3eac4c64b082e2611f725e3c fatcat:vqmuowak4vc6jogvcg6fsazy2y

Robust Optimization: Concepts and Applications [chapter]

José García, Alvaro Peña
2018 Nature-inspired Methods for Stochastic, Robust and Dynamic Optimization  
In this paper, the basic concepts of robust optimization are developed, the different types of robustness are defined in detail, the main areas in which it has been applied are described and finally, the  ...  There are several ways to apply robust optimization and the choice of form is typical of the problem that is being solved.  ...  Introduction Nowadays, using the technologies and techniques associated with the Internet of things, Big Data and artificial intelligence, we are able to capture and process enormous and varied volumes  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.75381 fatcat:xeb7v6xxjnfylcpl56uu2grfyu
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