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An Enhanced Spatial Reasoning Ontology for Maritime Anomaly Detection

Abstract : Although originally conceived as a conceptual object for modelling knowledge, current ontologies do not make it possible to manipulate spatial knowledge. However, spatial knowledge is an essential component of any modelling specification. This problem provided the motivation for the creation of an expert system driven by an ontology. The system enables experts in the maritime domain to characterise abnormal ship behaviour based on formal semantic properties. Users are able to specify and execute spatial rules that are directly integrated into the ontology and a map interface linked to the ontology displays the results of the inferences obtained.
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Arnaud Vandecasteele, Aldo Napoli. An Enhanced Spatial Reasoning Ontology for Maritime Anomaly Detection. 7th International Conference on System Of Systems Engineering - IEEE SOSE 2012, Jul 2012, Genoa, Italy. p. 247-252, ⟨10.1109/SYSoSE.2012.6384120⟩. ⟨hal-00747507⟩

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