Ontology Module Suite for Electronics and Systems Engineering

Citation Author(s):
Frank
Wawrzik
Christoph
Grimm
Peter
Neumann
Submitted by:
Frank Wawrzik
Last updated:
Sat, 09/09/2023 - 13:50
DOI:
10.21227/88nn-eb43
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Abstract 

This dataset describes ontologies relevant for the domain of systems engineering and electronics. We developed various .owl ontologies that describe the domain and collected related ontologies that are relevant. This includes: hardware like processors, sensors, actuators, processor parts, adcs, software, systems like embedded systems, automobiles and driving assistance systems. Further their properties and functions can be described. The base ontology is the GENIAL! Basic Ontology (GBO) which is based on BFO (GENIALOntBFO.owl). Further based on that ontology framework a hardware - software knowledge base is built. Further ontologies include sensor ontologies, car ontologies, innovation ontologies, roadmap ontologies, context ontologies and others.

Instructions: 

1) Import GENIALOntBFO.owl as the reference ontology for your project.

2) Describe your hardware, parts, functions and properties and content of your electronics and systems engineering artifacts according to the ontology outlined.

3) Run a well-known reasoner like Pellet or Konclude on the described dataset.

4) Analyze the results and add other related vocabularies to the description.

Funding Agency: 
BMBF
Grant Number: 
16ES0865K
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