Ontology-Based Resource Interoperability in Socio-Cyber-Physical Systems

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Alexander Smirnov, Tatiana Levashova, Alexey Kashevnik


The paper proposes a core ontology of socio-cyberphysical systems for resource interoperability. The ontology comprises the main concepts and relationships which are identified as relevant to model such systems. The approach considers a socio-cyber-physical system comprising cyber space, physical space, and mental space. In the ontology, these spaces are represented by sets of resources. The ontology provides the resources with a common vocabulary to share information and services and therefore makes these resources interoperable. The core ontology is specialized for a socio-cyber-physical system embedded in robotics domain. Technology of online communities is proposed to be used for resource communication.

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