ISSN 1991-2927
 

ACP № 1 (59) 2020

Author: "Valerii Igorevich Shirokov"

Nikolai Veniaminovich Maksimov, Moscow Engineering Physics Institute, Doctor of Science in Engineering, Professor; graduated from Moscow Engineering Physics Institute; Professor of the System Analysis Department at Moscow Engineering Physics Institute; an author of more than 120 scientific papers, textbooks and manuals; research interests are in the field of modeling and development of documentary information retrieval systems and databases, linguistic support of documentary information retrieval systems and knowledge management systems; man-machine information systems, interfaces based on cognitive and behavioral models. [e-mail: nv-maks@yandex.ru]N. Maksimov,

Valerii Igorevich Shirokov, JSC IC ASE, graduated from Nizhny Novgorod State University n.a. R.E. Alekseev; Leading Engineer of JSC IC ASE; a student in the master’s degree at the National Research Nuclear University MEPhI; research interests are in the field of databases, automated design and calculation of electrical networks. [e-mail: v.shirokov@ase-ec.ru]V. Shirokov,

Alexander Iurevich Shamanin, JSC IC ASE, graduated from Nizhny Novgorod State University n.a. R.E. Alekseev; an expert of JSC IC "ASE"; research interests are in the field of systems engineering, systems modeling, ontology, semantic and syntactic analysis of textual information. [e-mail: al.shamanin@ase-ec.ru]A. Shamanin

An Approach to the Development of Ontology for Electric-Power Engineering Domain Based on Standards ISO 15926, IEC 61970 56_7.pdf

The article deals with an approach to the development of ontology in the field of electric power industry using up-to-date international standards. Currently, when designing electrical installations, designers are faced with unreliable information from several sources as well as search complexity and heterogeneity of information. The requirements for the ontology of the subject area in the field of electric power industry are given, and the ISO 15926 and IEC 61970 standards are compared. It is concluded that the classes in the CIM model are complete for the operational stage. Publications on this topic are reviewed. The procedure for constructing an ontology prototype is carried out using the DOT-15926 program in terms of transformer parameters and the ISO 15926 standard methodology. This prototype was used to transfer from the E3.Series design system to the ETAP calculation complex. Data transfer was carried out in a file form with the conversion in the DOT-15926 program.

ISO 15926, IEC 61970, CIM, domain ontology, electric power engineering.

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Sections: Artificial intelligence

Subjects: Artificial intelligence.



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