In this paper, we present the current results of the newly formed IEEE-RAS Working Group, named Ontologies for Robotics and Automation. In particular, we introduce a core ontology that encompasses a set of terms commonly used in Robotics and Automation along with the methodology we have adopted. Our work uses ISO/FDIS 8373 standard developed by the ISO/TC184/SC2 Working Group as a reference. This standard defines, in natural language, some generic terms which are common in Robotics and Automation such as robot, robotic device, etc. Furthermore, we discuss the ontology development process employed along with the problems and decisions taken. © 2013 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

Towards a core ontology for robotics and automation

Locoro A.;
2013-01-01

Abstract

In this paper, we present the current results of the newly formed IEEE-RAS Working Group, named Ontologies for Robotics and Automation. In particular, we introduce a core ontology that encompasses a set of terms commonly used in Robotics and Automation along with the methodology we have adopted. Our work uses ISO/FDIS 8373 standard developed by the ISO/TC184/SC2 Working Group as a reference. This standard defines, in natural language, some generic terms which are common in Robotics and Automation such as robot, robotic device, etc. Furthermore, we discuss the ontology development process employed along with the problems and decisions taken. © 2013 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
2013
2013
Core ontology; Knowledge representation; Ontologies for robotics and automation; Ontology engineering; Ontology-based standards; Semantic interoperability
Prestes, E.; Carbonera, J. L.; Rama Fiorini, S.; M. Jorge V., A.; Abel, M.; Madhavan, R.; Locoro, A.; Goncalves, P.; E. Barreto, M.; Habib, M.; Chibani, A.; Gerard, S.; Amirat, Y.; Schlenoff, C.
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