Розвиток онтологій виробництва та транспорту
Ontologies are ubiquitous now. The purpose of this paper is to analyse the most prominent ontological projects. They are ebXML, ProSUM, TOVE, RINF, INSPIRE, railML, RailTopoModel, Smart-Rail projects. We also take a look at the very first railway ontology. First three projects model enterprise. Railway infrastructure is the subject of the majority of other projects. We reviewed their implementations, scope, industry, type, purpose and financing organizations. European Union and UIC initiated most of the projects. That means these projects were successfully implemented. Pretty much every project participants aimed to get the ability to work together. Which is what ontologies are made for.
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