Creating Planning Domain Models in KEWI

Gerhard Wickler, Lukas Chrpa, Thomas McCluskey

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Abstract

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.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 5th Workshop on Knowledge Engineering for Planning and Scheduling
Pages54-60
Number of pages7
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2014

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