CREMA Paper presented at the 8th International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Ontology Development (KEOD)
Research accomplished within CREMA has led to the acceptance of a paper to be presented at the 8th International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Ontology Development (KEOD) in November 2016.
In the paper “CDM-Core: A Manfuacturing Domain Ontology in OWL2 for Production and Maintenance", the authors from DFKI present the largest publicly available manufacturing ontology CDM-Core in the standard formal ontology language OWL2. The CDM-Core ontology covers the CREMA use case domains of metal press maintenance and automative exhaust production, and makes use of many relevant standard vocabularies and ontologies, with only about one fifth of its size being CREMA use case specific. The practical applicability of CDM-Core for semantic annotation of domain-related process models, sensor data and services has been approved by the user partners, and its quality according to selected common criteria of verification and validation was successfully evaluated. This research result emerged from the research and implementation work for the CREMA Common Data Model:
the CDM-Core is available at http://sourceforge.net/projects/cdm-core/