DOMAIN ONTOLOGY DEVELOPMENT FOR CONDITION MONITORING SYSTEM OF INDUSTRIAL CONTROL EQUIPMENT AND DEVICES
Keywords:top-level ontology, BFO, domain ontology, failure, control equipment and devices
Context. Modern intelligent systems of failure identification of control equipment and devices in food industry are based on a complexation of approaches implemented on various methods and algorithms. The feature of such systems is that within them operates a large amount of heterogeneous data and knowledge that are difficult to combine. The use of ontologies of different levels in the system development process solves this problem.
Objective. Domain ontology development for equipment condition monitoring system as a basis for designing intelligent decision support system with ontology knowledge base.
Methods. There are different ontology development approaches. They may differ in the quantity of levels and types of ontologies or be a combination of subject and problem domains ontologies depending on the complexity of the problem and the chosen ontology development method. This paper represents two levels of the three-level ontology being developed for intelligent condition monitoring system of control equipment and devices. The upper level is represented by top-level ontology Basic Formal Ontology (BFO) which provides systematization of the meta-level, including temporal part. International standards and technical reports such as IEC 62890, ISO 55000, ISA 95, ISA 106, IEC 62264, ISO 10303-242: 2020 are considered in the development process of the second ontology level – Domain ontology.
Results. The article provides Domain ontology for equipment condition monitoring system in food industry. The developed Domain ontology systematizes, structures engineering knowledge and uses BFO which provides a set of basic elements at the metalevel. They set the values of the following entities: type of production, methods of failure identification, causes, failures, events, equipment, etc. The developed Domain ontology has semantic cross-links. A fragment of the Domain ontology relationships for the “Control equipment” subclass of “Equipment” class is also presented in the paper.
Conclusions. The developed ontology can be used to analyze the knowledge base on the causes, locations and types of failures and their identification methods. The developed ontology is a basis for application ontology development.
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