Implementing Virtual Engineering Objects (VEO) with the Set of Experience Knowledge Structure (SOEKS)

Authors: Syed Imran Shafiq, Cesar Sanin, Edward Szczerbicki, Carlos Toro

Date: 13.09.2014


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This paper illustrates the idea of Virtual Engineering Object (VEO) powered by Set of Experience Knowledge Structure (SOEKS) and Decisional DNA (DDNA). A VEO is the knowledge representation of an engineering object, having embodiment of all its associated knowledge and experience within it. Moreover, VEO is a specialization of Cyber-Physical System (CPS) in terms of that its extension in knowledge gathering and reuse, whereas CPS is only aimed towards data and information management. The SOEKS/DDNA is a flexible and standard knowledge representation structure to acquire and store experiential knowledge. The article also presents a case study to demonstrate implementation of VEO in the manufacturing scenario. The decision making in industrial design and manufacturing will benefit from this approach, as it includes capturing, storage and reuse of experience and knowledge of an engineering artefact.

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title = {Implementing Virtual Engineering Objects (VEO) with the Set of Experience Knowledge Structure (SOEKS)},
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volume = {35},
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This paper illustrates the idea of Virtual Engineering Object (VEO) powered by Set of Experience Knowledge Structure (SOEKS) and Decisional DNA (DDNA). A VEO is the knowledge representation of an engineering object, having embodiment of all its associated knowledge and experience within it. Moreover, VEO is a specialization of Cyber-Physical System (CPS) in terms of that its extension in knowledge gathering and reuse, whereas CPS is only aimed towards data and information management. The SOEKS/DDNA is a flexible and standard knowledge representation structure to acquire and store experiential knowledge. The article also presents a case study to demonstrate implementation of VEO in the manufacturing scenario. The decision making in industrial design and manufacturing will benefit from this approach, as it includes capturing, storage and reuse of experience and knowledge of an engineering artefact.


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date = {2014-09-13},
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