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Bridging The Gap Between Domain Ontologies For Predictive Maintenance With Machine Learning

Predictive maintenance often relies on the continuous monitorization of equip-ment behavior, generally provided by sensors or by the very equipment. Additional data from management software, including which materials are being used and what processes are executed on the equipment can be used to enrich the data streams and ontologies can be used to bridge the gap between these different domains, while also facilitating the comprehension of the results obtained by the an-alytic methods applied to the data. Existing ontologies model these problems independently, and a holistic view that takes in consideration the temporal require-ments of predictive maintenance is not yet available. This paper proposes a number of extensions to existing ontologies that bridge the gaps, while meeting the time-sensitive requirements of the problem.

Alda Canito
GECAD - ISEP/IPP
Portugal

Juan Corchado
Department of Computer Science, University of Salamanca
Spain

Goreti Marreiros
GECAD - ISEP/IPP
Portugal

 


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