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This paper reports on progress towards a tool for the representation of shared, procedural and declarative knowledge whose aim is to be used for various functions to do with the automation of a complex process control application - primarily to guide the response phase during an emergency situation, but also for supporting normal automated operation. The tool is a Knowledge Engineering Web Interface called KEWI. The focus of the paper is on the conceptual model used to represent the declarative and procedural knowledge. The model consists of three layers: an ontology, a model of basic actions, and more complex methods. It is this structured conceptual model that facilitates knowledge engineering. We are aiming to evaluate the use of a central knowledge model for a range of planning-related functions, where the parts of the model are automatically assembled e.g. into PDDL for operational use.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of the 5th Workshop on Knowledge Engineering for Planning and Scheduling|
|Number of pages||7|
|Publication status||Published - Jun 2014|
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Machine learning and adaptation of domain models to support real time planning in autonomous systems
Tate, A. & Wickler, G.
1/03/12 → 31/05/15