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Towards ontology enabled agent-based twinning for cyber-physical systems
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The twinning paradigm is a concept that embraces end-to-end amalgamation and bridging the physical and cyber worlds. Harnessing the power of twinning to cyber-physical systems offers several benefits and opportunities, that are encountered by multiple challenges. Data integration, knowledge representation, reasoning, and inferencing are crucial for providing dependable services to the twinned systems. To address these challenges, an ontology-enabled approach for modelling cyber-physical systems and their twins is proposed, which is incorporated with an intelligent agent-driven representation of the different elements of the system. Applied to a case study, this approach enables representing the knowledge of the system and its environment, capturing different aspects and integrating heterogeneous data from various sources. This allows performing reasoning and inferencing on the system to obtain valuable insights and information.
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English
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2023 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems Companion (MODELS-C), 1-6 October, 2023, Västerås, Sweden
Publication
IEEE , 2023
ISBN
979-83-503-2498-3
DOI
10.1109/MODELS-C59198.2023.00078
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(2023) , p. 444-448
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Last edited 09.01.2024
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