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Comparison of Inductive Inference Mechanisms and their Suitability for an Information Model for the Visualization of Uncertainty

Weber, Moritz and Staudter, Georg and Anderl, Reiner (2018):
Comparison of Inductive Inference Mechanisms and their Suitability for an Information Model for the Visualization of Uncertainty.
In: Applied Mechanics and Materials, 885Trans Tech Publications, pp. 147-155, ISSN 1660-9336,
DOI: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.885.147,
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Abstract

Ontologies represent inter-related semantic information. The automated integration of new knowledge helps to detect and reduce data-induced conflicts and model-based uncertainty in ontologies. However, automatic extension of an existing ontology from heterogeneous distributed sources can often lead to incomplete and contradictory entities. In order to resolve these conflicts and to complete entities, inductive inference mechanisms should be applied in addition to the deductive mechanisms already in use. This paper first describes various inductive inference mechanisms and compares these with each other according to pre-defined requirements and other criteria. Finally, the mechanisms� suitability for an information model for the exchange and visualization of uncertainty in load-carrying systems and possible combinations of the individual mechanisms are discussed, also with respect to the necessity of further modifications of these mechanisms.

Item Type: Article
Erschienen: 2018
Creators: Weber, Moritz and Staudter, Georg and Anderl, Reiner
Title: Comparison of Inductive Inference Mechanisms and their Suitability for an Information Model for the Visualization of Uncertainty
Language: English
Abstract:

Ontologies represent inter-related semantic information. The automated integration of new knowledge helps to detect and reduce data-induced conflicts and model-based uncertainty in ontologies. However, automatic extension of an existing ontology from heterogeneous distributed sources can often lead to incomplete and contradictory entities. In order to resolve these conflicts and to complete entities, inductive inference mechanisms should be applied in addition to the deductive mechanisms already in use. This paper first describes various inductive inference mechanisms and compares these with each other according to pre-defined requirements and other criteria. Finally, the mechanisms� suitability for an information model for the exchange and visualization of uncertainty in load-carrying systems and possible combinations of the individual mechanisms are discussed, also with respect to the necessity of further modifications of these mechanisms.

Journal or Publication Title: Applied Mechanics and Materials
Series Name: Applied Mechanics and Materials
Volume: 885
Publisher: Trans Tech Publications
Uncontrolled Keywords: Uncertainty, OWL, Ontologies, Inductive Reasoning
Divisions: 16 Department of Mechanical Engineering
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Department of Computer Integrated Design (DiK)
Event Title: Uncertainty in Mechanical Engineering III
Date Deposited: 23 Nov 2018 07:54
DOI: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.885.147
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