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Event-Driven Ontology Population - From Research To Practice In Critical Infrastructure Systems

In an interconnected world, the Systems-of-Systems (SoS) paradigm is prevalent in various domains, particularly in large-scale environments as being found in the area of critical infrastructures. Due to the characteristics of SoS and those of critical infrastructures, the realization of high level services for Operational Technology Monitoring (OTM), such as failure cause reasoning, is challenging, whereas interoperability and evolvability are most pressing. In this realm, the contribution of this paper is twofold: Firstly, we conduct a systematic literature review focusing on semantic technologies in areas like (i) semantic annotations, (ii) event log focused work in the IoT, (iii) organizational process mining, and (iv) complex event processing. Based thereupon, we elaborate towards a hybrid (semi)-automatic ontology population approach in the context of OTM by combining inductive and deductive methods.

David Graf
Johannes-Kepler-University of Linz
Austria

Wieland Schwinger
Johannes-Kepler-University of Linz
Austria

Werner Retschitzegger
Johannes-Kepler-University of Linz
Austria

Elisabeth Kapsammer
Johannes-Kepler-University of Linz
Austria

Norbert Baumgartner
team Communication Technology Management GmbH
Austria

 


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