||Semantic Formalism for Waste and Processing Technology Classifications Using Ontology Models
|| Trokanas, N., Raafat, T., Cecelja, F., Kokossis, A., Yang, A.
||Computer Aided Chemical Engineering, vol.30, p.167-171
||Industrial Symbiosis; Knowledge Model; Ontology; Processing technology; Resource
||Ontologies and semantics are widely used in many areas in an effort to enable the sharing, reusability and interoperability of knowledge. Industrial Symbiosis (IS) is an area which can be highly benefited by such technologies in order to eliminate the jargon barriers that exist in the resource/waste and processing technologies domains. In this paper, we present the use of these technologies in IS practice by demonstrating the development of different knowledge models that exploit the potential of semantics in order to automate the IS practice and make it more effective. © 2012 Elsevier B.V.
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