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Methodology for an Ontology-Driven Product Configuration Process

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One of the main challenges of collaborative engineering and configuration processes is toorganize and consolidate the involved engineering knowledge, which is inherently distributed andmultidisciplinary. In order to support and automate the corresponding tasks for complex systemsof-systems, Airbus Group leverages ontologies and semantic web technologies.The first contribution of the paper is a comprehensive methodology for an ontology-drivenproduct configuration process. The methodology integrates several ontology-based reasoningtechniques for validating the product specifications as well as the resulting product configurations.For example, it provides guidance on how to use reasoning based on the Open World Assumption(OWA) in order to cope with incomplete knowledge early in the configuration process.The second contribution of the paper is the integration of a new automated reasoning approachbased on the Closed World Assumption (CWA). More precisely, the new approach allows hybridOWA/CWA reasoning that can be used for checking not only the consistency, but also thecompleteness of the resulting product configurations.

Journal

Konferenzband Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik (MKWI) 2016

Seitenangaben

1491 - 1502

Jahr

2016

isbn

978-3-86360-132-4

Herausgeber

Volker Nissen, Dirk Stelzer, Steffen Straßburger und Daniel Fischer

Ort

Ilmenau, Germany

Verlag

Universitätsverlag Ilmenau

Datei

Methodology for an Ontology-Driven Product Configuration Process

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