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Contribution à une modélisation ontologique des informations tout au long du cycle de vie du produit

Abstract : The present research study deals with industrial information modelling in a lifecycle management approach. In this context, achieving semantic interoperability is an important issue to guaranty the quality of information storage, exchange and reuse. Current solutions are based on unification approaches and use standard models as shared information representation. However, unification approches suffer from a lack of expressivity and flexibility. To overcome this issue, ontologies are proposed as a new modelling paradigm in order to perform federativ interoperability.This research focuses on inference ontologies and investigates the use of those semantic web-based technologies for a large scale industrial application. An ontology-based framework and a modelling methodology are therefore proposed and evaluated on a industrial use case in the nuclear industry. The application raises modelling issues like the Open World Assumption, the lack of a real integrated rule approach, and the robustness of implementation tools. The industrial use case is implemented within a demonstrator, that finally allows to propose an hybrid solution, where ontologies are locally used.end{abstract}
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Virginie Fortineau. Contribution à une modélisation ontologique des informations tout au long du cycle de vie du produit. Génie des procédés. Ecole nationale supérieure d'arts et métiers - ENSAM, 2013. Français. ⟨NNT : 2014ENAM0049⟩. ⟨pastel-01064598⟩



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