Type

Journal Article

Authors

Ruaidhri Sean Power
Declan O'Sullivan
David Lewis
John Keeney
Kevin Feeney

Subjects

Computer Science

Topics
ontology mapping standards autonomic communication communications ontology engineering managing computer science information management

Ontology-based engineering for self-managing communications (2006)

Abstract Ontology-based semantics support encoding and mapping between separately authored and thus heterogeneous knowledge, and is expressed in widely accepted standards (e.g. W3C?s OWL). It has been suggested that ontology-based semantics will bring benefits to the management of a diversity of systems, ranging from conventional communication services to future autonomic communication services. This paper examines the state of the art in the application of ontological modeling to a range of concerns of interest in the engineering of communication services. In particular the role of ontology modeling for the modeling of services, policies, context, management information and semantic mappings will be examined.
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Ruaidhri Sean Power, Declan O'Sullivan, David Lewis, John Keeney, Kevin Feeney

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