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Towards a re-usable ontology for waste processing

Trokanas, N and Cecelja, F and Raafat, T (2014) Towards a re-usable ontology for waste processing. Computer Aided Chemical Engineering, 33. pp. 841-846. ISSN 1570-7946

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The potential of ontologies and knowledge modeling in process systems engineering has been realised and researched, efforts were directed to create semantic models representing the process industry domain. In this paper we present a re-usable ontology that consists of two main classification modules: i) Waste and ii) Processing Technology. The ontology has been developed, validated and used for processing of waste within the framework of Industrial Symbiosis. It supports a web platform that enables Industrial Symbiosis practice. The ontology is used for collecting information, user registration and semantic input output matching. © 2014 Elsevier B.V.

Item Type: Article
Divisions: Div E > Manufacturing Systems
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