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“Device”. Industrial Ontologies Group. Industrial Ontologies Group brief introduction. Vagan Terziyan. [email protected] Industrial Ontologies Group. University of Jyväskylä. Kharkov National University of Radioelectronics. Researchers Vagan Terziyan (Head) Olena Kaykova

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Industrial ontologies group brief introduction

“Device”

Industrial Ontologies Group

Industrial Ontologies Groupbrief introduction

Vagan Terziyan

[email protected]


Industrial ontologies group brief introduction

Industrial Ontologies Group

University of Jyväskylä

Kharkov National Universityof Radioelectronics

  • Researchers

    • Vagan Terziyan (Head)

    • Olena Kaykova

    • Oleksiy Khriyenko

    • Sergiy Nikitin

    • Michal Nagy

  • Contact Person:

    Timo Tiihonen

    • e-mails: [email protected]

      [email protected]

    • phone: +358 14 260 2741

  • Michal Szydlowski

  • Artem Katasonov

  • Joonas Kesäniemi

  • Nikos Mouchtaris

  • Arnim Bleier

URL:http://www.mit.jyu.fi/ai/OntoGroup


Industrial ontologies group our history

“Industrial Ontologies” Group: Our History

  • 1978-1984 – We took part in development of the first in USSR Industrial Natural Language Processing System “DESTA”, which included semantic analysis and ontologies;

  • 1985-1989 - We took part in development of the first in USSR Industrial Automated Natural Language Programming System “ALISA”, which Enabled Semantic Annotation, Discovery and Integration of software components (prototype of today's Semantic Web Services concept);


Industrial ontologies group our history1

“Industrial Ontologies” Group: Our History

  • 1990-1993 – under name of Metaintelligence Lab. we were piloting concept of a Metasemantic Network (triplet-based (meta-)knowledge representation model) – prototype of today’s RDF-based knowledge representation in Semantic Web;

  • 1994-2000 – various projects with industrial partners, e.g. MetaAtom – “Semantic Diagnostics of Ukrainian Nuclear Power Stations based on Metaknowledge”; MetaHuman – industrial medical diagnostics expert system based on Metaknowledge”; Jeweler – metamodelling and control of industrial processes, etc.; got several research grants from Finnish Academy;


Industrial ontologies group our history2

“Industrial Ontologies” Group: Our History

  • 2000-2001 – we have created branches in Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (heart of Semantic Web activities in Europe) where now working 5 our former team members, in Jyvaskyla University (several tens of researchers) and established research groups in Kharkov (Ukraine) on Data Mining, Educational Ontologies, Telemedicine, etc.

  • 2001-2003 – we took part in MultiMeetMobile Tekes Project, in InBCT Tekes Project in Tempus EU Compact Project in (or in cooperation with) University of Jyvaskyla where we further promote Semantic Web concepts.


Industrial ontologies group our history3

“Industrial Ontologies” Group: Our History

  • 2004-2007 – we worked on SmartResource Tekes Project (in cooperation with TeliaSonera, Metso Automation, TietoEnator, ABB, Science Park, University of Jyvaskyla) which is fully based on our views and approaches for implementation of Semantic Web technology. We are also performing the IdeaMentoring- I and IdeaMentoring- II projects funded by NOKIA to provide solutions for implementing Semantic Web Technology to mobile applications and services.


Industrial ontologies group our history4

“Industrial Ontologies” Group: Our History

  • 2007-… – we are working on UBIWARE Tekes Project (in cooperation with ABB, Fingrid, Metso Automation, Metso Shared Services, Nokia, Hansa Ecuras Oy., Inno-W, University of Jyvaskyla) which further develops our concepts and platforms based on Semantic and Agent technologies integration. Working on ICT SHOK, FP7 and EU Tempus applications


Technology profile of the group

Technology Profile of the Group

  • Semantic Web, Semantic Technologies and Ontology Engineering

  • Agents, Agent Technologies and Multiagent Systems

  • Distributed Systems

  • Artificial Intelligence

  • Integration, Interoperability, Middleware

  • Service-Oriented Architectures

  • Web X.0

  • Knowledge Management

  • Software Engineering

  • Ubiquitous Computing

  • Embedded Systems

  • P2P Networking


Application domain profile of the group

Application Domain Profile of the Group

  • Industrial Automation

  • Power Industry

  • Process Industry

  • Education Management

  • Electronic Commerce

  • Future Internet

  • Devices and Interoperability

  • Flexible Services

  • Collaborative Traffic

  • Healthcare, eHealth, Wellness


Industrial ontologies group brief introduction

PhD theses

  • Oleksiy Khriyenko

  • Anton Naumenko

  • Dmytro Zhovtobrukh

  • Natalya Kohvakko

  • Artem Katasonov

InBCT project:

Semantic Search Facilitator

Nokia projects:

  • "IdeaMentoring: Refining research ideas to the new business opportunities"

”Semantic Google”

Courses:

  • Semantic Web and Ontology Engineering

  • Design of Agent-Based Systems

  • "IdeaMentoring II "

Adaptive Services Grid

TEKES project:

Integrated Project supported by the European Commission

International IFIP Conference on

  • Anton Naumenko

  • Sergiy Nikitin

SmartResource:

”Industrial Applications of Semantic Web”

Proactive Self-Maintained Resources in Semantic Web

Sample of IOG activities

MIT Department

Agora Center

TITU


Industrial ontologies group brief introduction

GUN Concept

GUN – Global Understanding eNvironment

GUN

=

Global Environment

+

Global Understanding

=

Proactive Self-ManagedSemantic Web of Everything

http://www.mit.jyu.fi/ai/OntoGroup/projects.htm

http://www.mit.jyu.fi/ai/Industrial_Ontologies_Group_booklet_print.doc


Industrial ontologies group brief introduction

Global Understanding Environment (GUN)

Our invention

GUN can be considered as a kind of Ubiquitous Eco-System for Ubiquitous Society,which will be such proactive, self-managed evolutionary Semantic Web of Things, People and Abstractions where all kinds of entities can understand, interact, serve, develop and learn from each other.

Human-to-Human

Human-to-Machine

Machine-to-Human

Machine-to-Machine

Agent-to-Agent

Software-to-Human

Software-to-Machine

Software-to-Software

Human-to-Software


Smartresource project

SmartResource project

S m a r t R e s o u r c e

Tekes Project (2004-2006)

  • SmartResource: “Proactive Self-Maintained Resources in Semantic Web” Tekes project (2004-2006): http://www.mit.jyu.fi/ai/OntoGroup/SmartResource.htm .

  • One of the most essential results of the SmartResource project was creation of the “Smart Resource Technology” for designing complex software systems. The technology allows considering each traditional system component as a “smart resource”, i.e. proactive, agent-driven, self-managing. Such approach has shown certain advantages comparably to other software technologies, e.g. OOSE, SOA, Component-Based SE, Agent-Driven SE, Semantic SE, etc.


Industrial ontologies group brief introduction

What is UBIWARE (in short)

  • UBIWARE is a new software technology and a tool to support:

    • design and installation of…,

    • autonomic operation of… and

    • Interoperability among…

  • … complex, heterogeneous, open, dynamic and self-configurable distributed industrial systems;…

  • … and to provide following services for system components:

    • adaptation;

    • automation;

    • centralized or P2P organization;

    • coordination, collaboration, interoperability and negotiation;

    • self-awareness, communication and observation;

    • data and process integration;

    • (semantic) discovery, sharing and reuse.

URL:http://www.mit.jyu.fi/ai/OntoGroup/UBIWARE_details.htm


Industrial ontologies group brief introduction

UBIWARE Project

"Smart Semantic Middleware

for Ubiquitous" Computing

  • Due to heterogeneity of provided services and supported components, UBIWARE is based on integration of several technologies:Semantic Web, Distributed Artificial Intelligence and Agent Technologies, Ubiquitous Computing, SOA (Service-Oriented Architecture), Web X.0, P2Pand related concepts.

  • The research and design on UBIWARE is started byIndustrial Ontologies Groupwithin UBIWARE project: “Smart Semantic Middleware for Ubiquitous Computing” (June 2007 – May 2010) funded by Tekes and industrial companies.

  • Project web page:

    http://www.mit.jyu.fi/ai/OntoGroup/UBIWARE_details.htm


International collaborators

International Collaborators

  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, CS and AI laboratory, USA (semantic language for MAS, policy-based reasoning);

  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Data Center, USA (semantics in RFID-based systems);

  • University of California, Berkeley, USA (declarative networking, user modeling);

  • University of Southern California, USA (multi-agent systems, distributed constraints optimization, robots coordination in P2P environments);

  • Lulea Technical University, Sweden (smart services, embedded systems, telecommunications);

  • VU Amsterdam, Netherlands (agents and Semantic Web);

  • University of Athens, Greece (Service-Oriented Architectures);

  • DERI, National University of Ireland, Galway (sensor networks middleware, Internet of things);

  • University of Coimbra, Portugal (Semantic Web processes and services);

  • Ostrava Technical University, Czech Republic (logic in MAS);

  • ITIN, Cergy-Pontoise, Paris, France (educational system reforms);

  • Kharkov National University of Radioelectronics, Ukraine (machine learning, semantic portals, quality assurance in education, university management).


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