Resource management is at the core of different manufacturing tasks, which need to be seamlessly integrated to optimize production in manufacturing environments. The development of knowledge-based systems led to the use of ontologies to systematically organize data. Unfortunately, ontologies for re- source knowledge representation lack maturity and often rely on context- dependent modeling choices. As a result, the notion of manufacturing resource is treated in disparate, non-homogeneous ways at the expenses of communication and application systems interoperability. The purpose of the paper is to lay down a conceptual framework on manufacturing resources based on ontology engineering principles. By the end of the paper we will see how different approaches can be harmonized with the proposed approach.
Modeling manufacturing resources: An ontological approach
Contributo in volume
, pp. 304–313, 2018
info:cnr-pdr/source/autori:Sanfilippo E.M.; Benavent S.; Borgo S.; Guarino N.; Troquard N.; Romero F.; Rosado P.; Solano L.; Belkadi F.; Bernard A./titolo:Modeling manufacturing resources: An ontological approach/titolo_volume:/curatori_volume:/editore:/a