Title: Developing ontologies for the collaboration of cyber-physical systems: Requirements and solution approach
Authors: Törsleff, Sebastian 
Hildebrandt, Constantin 
Fay, Alexander 
Daun, Marian
Brings, Jennifer
Language: eng
Keywords: Collaboration;Context awareness;Distributed control;DSML;Embedded system;Model-based systems engineering;Ontology
Subject (DDC): 620 Ingenieurwissenschaften
Issue Date: 28-Jun-2018
Publisher: IEEE
Document Type: Conference Object
Page Start: 25
Page End: 32
Published in (Book): 2018 4th International Workshop on Emerging Ideas and Trends in the Engineering of Cyber-Physical Systems (EITEC)
Publisher Place: Piscataway
Conference: 4th International Workshop on Emerging Ideas and Trends in the Engineering of Cyber-Physical Systems (EITEC), 11 April 2018, Porto, Portugal
Cyber-physical systems that interact with each other and form groups to achieve joint goals, are referred to as collaborative cyber-physical systems. They are exposed to highly dynamic and open contexts only partly known at design time. While model-based systems engineering already helped overcome various challenges regarding the development of conventional cyber-physical systems, challenges remain with respect to highly collaborative systems. This paper proposes an approach for modeling the context of collaborative cyber-physical systems and generating ontologies that they can use at runtime to communicate with each other and perform context-related reasoning. To account for the broad domain scope of such systems and unforeseeable future applications, the approach is not limited to a static set of prescribed ontological concepts. Instead, it facilitates the incorporation of custom concepts to meet the individual requirements of a broad spectrum of development projects concerned with collaborative cyber-physical systems.
Organization Units (connected with the publication): Automatisierungstechnik 
ISBN: 9781538674680
Publisher DOI: 10.1109/EITEC.2018.00009
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