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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Emergency Plan Ontology Based-on Owl ♦ Ontology Construction ♦ Emergency Plan Ontology ♦ High-efficient Response ♦ Emergency Plan ♦ Emergency Response System ♦ Formal Knowledge Representation ♦ Share Knowledge ♦ Important Aspect ♦ Emergency Handling ♦ Domain Knowledge ♦ New Construction Method ♦ Expert Participation ♦ Emergency Plan Knowledge ♦ Collaborative Work ♦ Knowledge Sharing ♦ New Method ♦ Administrative Ability ♦ Emergency Response ♦ Owl Ontology ♦ Different Organization ♦ Emergency Plan Application ♦ Index Term Emergency Plan
Abstract Abstract—How to solve the emergency properly has been an important aspect to test the administrative ability of governments. Emergency plans describe the domain knowledge of emergency handling, which is the basis of high-efficient response, and it’s necessary to share knowledge in emergency plans among participating organizations. Presently, knowledge representation and sharing is becoming the mainstream, so how to construct the emergency plan ontology is the key for high-efficient response. A new construction method of owl ontology oriented to emergency plan is proposed, in order to solve the problems above. We analyzed the requirement of Emergency Response Systems for emergency plan knowledge, regarded emergency plan’s application as guidance and pay attention to experts ’ participation and collaboration in ontology construction. It is shown in practice that the new method is able to guarantee the quality of the emergency plan ontology and provides formal knowledge representation to support knowledge sharing and collaborative work among different organizations in Emergency Response Systems. Index Terms—Emergency plan; ontology construction; emergency response; OWL I.
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