Chapter 4

Ontology-Oriented Interactive Environment Modeling


This chapter mainly introduces the representation and construction of the environment ontology. For environment ontology, the main extension to the normal ontology structure is about the state machine–based behavior representation of causal entities. The chapter is devoted to presenting techniques for building domain environment ontologies, i.e., application domain-dependent ontologies, for the purpose of specifying environment modeling system capabilities.


Attribute; Domain modeling; Environment entity modeling; Environment ontology

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