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Toward Human Chromosome Knowledge EnginePublication
Human chromosomes carry genetic information about our life. Chromosome classification is crucial for karyotype analysis. Existing chromosome classification methods do not take into account reasoning, such as: analyzing the relationship between variables, modeling uncertainty, and performing causal reasoning. In this paper, we introduce a knowledge engine for reasoning-based human chromosome classification that stores knowledge...
Adding Interpretability to Neural Knowledge DNAPublication
This paper proposes a novel approach that adds the interpretability to Neural Knowledge DNA (NK-DNA) via generating a decision tree. The NK-DNA is a promising knowledge representation approach for acquiring, storing, sharing, and reusing knowledge among machines and computing systems. We introduce the decision tree-based generative method for knowledge extraction and representation to make the NK-DNA more explainable. We examine...
Decisional DNA (DDNA) Based Machine Monitoring and Total Productive Maintenance in Industry 4.0 FrameworkPublication
The entire manufacturing spectrum is transforming with the advent of Industry 4.0. The features of Set of Experience Knowledge Structure (SOEKS) and Decisional DNA (DDNA) were utilized for developing Virtual Engineering Objects (VEO), Virtual Engineering Process (VEP) and Virtual Engineering Factory (VEF), which in turn facilitate the creation of smart factories. In this study, DDNA based Machine Monitoring for Total Maintenance...
Intelligence Augmentation and Amplification: Approaches, Tools, and Case StudiesPublication
Most experts agree that truly intelligent artificial system is yet to be developed. The main issue that still remains a challenge is imposing trust and explainability into such systems. However, is full replication of human intelligence really desirable key aim in intelligence related technology and research? This is where the concept of augmented intelligence comes into play. It is an alternative conceptualization of artificial...
Smart Knowledge Engineering for Cognitive Systems: A Brief OverviewPublication
Cognition in computer sciences refers to the ability of a system to learn at scale, reason with purpose, and naturally interact with humans and other smart systems, such as humans do. To enhance intelligence, as well as to introduce cognitive functions into machines, recent studies have brought humans into the loop, turning the system into a human–AI hybrid. To effectively integrate and manipulate hybrid knowledge, suitable technologies...
Smart Virtual Product Development: Manufacturing Capability Analysis and Process Planning ModulePublication
Smart Virtual Product Development (SVPD) system provides effective use of information, knowledge, and experience in industry during the process of product development in Industry 4.0 scenario. This system comprises of three primary modules, each of which has been developed to cater to a need for digital knowledge capture for smart manufacturing in the areas of product design, production planning, and inspection planning. Manufacturing...
The Development of a Conceptual Framework for Knowledge Sharing in Agile IT ProjectsPublication
Organizations must adapt their resources to meet the challenges associated with changes in the work environment in order to remain competitive in the information era. Several research findings identify knowledge sharing as a means for an organization to improve its competitiveness. Knowledge sharing can be defined in a variety of ways, but it essentially refers to the exchange of knowledge from an information giver to an information...
Towards Knowledge Sharing Oriented Adaptive ControlPublication
In this paper, we propose a knowledge sharing oriented approach to enable a robot to reuse other robots' knowledge by adapting itself to the inverse dynamics model of the knowledge-sharing robot. The purpose of this work is to remove the heavy fine-tuning procedure required before using a new robot for a task via reusing other robots' knowledge. We use the Neural Knowledge DNA (NK-DNA) to help robots gain empirical knowledge and...
Cognitive Systems, Concepts, Processes, and Techniques for the Age of Industry 4.0Publication
The aim of this Guest Edition of Cybernetics and Systems is to present a wide-ranging scale of concepts and processes being currently researched, developed, and evaluated in real life settings in anticipation of incoming Industry 4.0 era. With the fourth industrial revolution expectation, the broad spectrum of cognitive approaches have emerged as an attempt to mimic and augment, in some way, human intelligence. Intelligence, in...
Evaluating Industry 4.0 Implementation Challenges Using Interpretive Structural Modeling and Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy ProcessPublication
The fourth industrial revolution known as Industry 4.0 is reshaping and evolving the way industries produce products and individuals live and work therefore, gaining massive attraction from academia, business and politics. The manufacturing industries are optimistic regarding the opportunities Industry 4.0 may offer such as, improved efficiency, productivity and customization. The present research contributes to the Industry 4.0...
Experience-Based Product Inspection Planning for Industry 4.0Publication
In this paper we describe how our Smart Virtual Product Development (SVPD) system can be used to enhance product inspection planning. The SVPD system is comprised of three main modules, these being the design knowledge management (DKM) module, the manufacturing capability and process planning (MCAPP) module, and the product inspection planning (PIP) module. Experiential knowledge relating to formal decisional events is collected,...
Smart Approach for Glioma Segmentation in Magnetic Resonance Imaging using Modified Convolutional Network Architecture (U-NET)Publication
Segmentation of a brain tumor from magnetic resonance multimodal images is a challenging task in the field of medical imaging. The vast diversity in potential target regions, appearance and multifarious intensity threshold levels of various tumor types are few of the major factors that affect segmentation results. An accurate diagnosis and its treatment demand strict delineation of the tumor affected tissues. Herein, we focus on...
Smart Cities Concept - Readiness of City Halls as a Measure of Reaching a Smart City PerceptionPublication
The article presents a proposal for a new approach to the assessment of Smart Cities: testing the readiness of city halls to a Smart City. The approach is the result of two-year studies involving ten major city halls. Readiness is compared with the previously used Smart City assessment methods: rankings or ISO standards. The relationship between readiness and organization maturity was also presented. The key role of city halls...
Toward Intelligent Recommendations Using the Neural Knowledge DNAPublication
In this paper we propose a novel recommendation approach using past news click data and the Neural Knowledge DNA (NK-DNA). The Neural Knowledge DNA is a novel knowledge representation method designed to support discovering, storing, reusing, improving, and sharing knowledge among machines and computing systems. We examine our approach for news recommendation tasks on the MIND benchmark dataset. By taking advantages of NK-DNA, deep...
Where Did Knowledge Management Go?: A Comprehensive SurveyPublication
Knowledge Management (KM) research outputs have been expanding exponentially in the past years, generating diversified topics, which lack integration and classification. It has been challenging for experts to classify KM because of its versatile open fields, and in our view, it contributes to the technocratic approach remaining behind the organizational approach. This paper highlights a way to classify KM publications through a...
Enhancing Product Manufacturing through Smart Virtual Product Development (SVPD) for Industry 4.0Publication
ABSTRACT This paper proposes the Smart Virtual Product Development (SVPD) system, which enhances the industrial product manufacturing processes. The proposed system comprises of three main modules: design knowledge management (DKM), manufacturing capability analysis and process planning (MCAPP), and product inspection planning (PIP). Smart virtual product development system collects, stores, and uses experiential knowledge from...
Experience-Based Cognition for Driving Behavioral Fingerprint ExtractionPublication
ABSTRACT With the rapid progress of information technologies, cars have been made increasingly intelligent. This allows cars to act as cognitive agents, i.e., to acquire knowledge and understanding of the driving habits and behavioral characteristics of drivers (i.e., driving behavioral fingerprint) through experience. Such knowledge can be then reused to facilitate the interaction between a car and its driver, and to develop better and...
Knowledge-Based Virtual Modeling and Simulation of Manufacturing Processes for Industry 4.0Publication
ABSTRACT Industry 4.0 aims at providing a digital representation of a production landscape, but the challenges in building, maintaining, optimizing, and evolving digital models in inter-organizational production chains have not been identified yet in a systematic manner. In this paper, various Industry 4.0 research and technical challenges are addressed, and their present scenario is discussed. Moreover, in this article, the novel...
Stream Reasoning to Improve Decision-Making in Cognitive SystemsPublication
ABSTRACT Cognitive Vision Systems have gained a lot of interest from industry and academia recently, due to their potential to revolutionize human life as they are designed to work under complex scenes, adapting to a range of unforeseen situations, changing accordingly to new scenarios and exhibiting prospective behavior. The combination of these properties aims to mimic the human capabilities and create more intelligent and efficient...
The Neural Knowledge DNA Based Smart Internet of ThingsPublication
ABSTRACT The Internet of Things (IoT) has gained significant attention from industry as well as academia during the past decade. Smartness, however, remains a substantial challenge for IoT applications. Recent advances in networked sensor technologies, computing, and machine learning have made it possible for building new smart IoT applications. In this paper, we propose a novel approach: the Neural Knowledge DNA based Smart Internet...
A Set of Experience-Based Smart Synergy Security Mechanism in Internet of VehiclesPublication
In this article, we introduce a novel security mechanism, the Smart Synergy Security (3S). The mechanism uses the Set of Experience Knowledge Structure (SOEKS) and the synergy of security methods in different domains to provide the global optimal security strategy. The proposed strategy is taking into account the characteristics of information security (i.e. confidentiality, integrity, availability, controllability, and reviewability)...
An Analysis of Neural Word Representations for Wikipedia Articles ClassificationPublication
One of the current popular methods of generating word representations is an approach based on the analysis of large document collections with neural networks. It creates so-called word-embeddings that attempt to learn relationships between words and encode this information in the form of a low-dimensional vector. The goal of this paper is to examine the differences between the most popular embedding models and the typical bag-of-words...
Decisional-DNA Based Smart Production Performance Analysis ModelPublication
n order to allocate resources effectively according to the production plan and to reduce disturbances, a framework for smart production performance analysis is proposed in this article. Decisional DNA based knowledge models of engineering objects, processes and factory are developed within the proposed framework. These models are the virtual representation of manufacturing resources, and with help of Internet of Things, are capable...
Smart Cities Concept: Smart Mobility IndicatorPublication
This work attempts to analyze problems resulting from the lack of possibility to assess the effectiveness of the implementation of “Smart Mobility” solutions, which represent one of the cornerstones of Smart Cities, from the point of view of city hall offices. The work presents existing Smart Mobility evaluation solutions, discusses their drawbacks, and then proposes a new indicator. The final part of the work presents assumptions...
Towards Experience-Based Smart Product Design for Industry 4.0Publication
This paper presents the concept of smart virtual product development (SVPD) system capable of supporting industrial product development process. It enhances the decision making process during different stages and activities involved in product development i.e. product design, manufacturing, and its inspection planning. The enhancement is achieved by using the explicit knowledge of formal past decision events, which are captured,...
Visual Content Learning in a Cognitive Vision Platform for Hazard Control (CVP-HC)Publication
This work is part of an effort for the development of a Cognitive Vision Platform for Hazard Control (CVP-HC) for applications in industrial workplaces, adaptable to a wide range of environments. The paper focuses on hazards resulted from the nonuse of personal protective equipment (PPE). Given the results of previous analysis of supervised techniques for the problem of classification of a few PPE (boots, hard hats, and gloves...
Experience-Based Decisional DNA (DDNA) to Support Product DevelopmentPublication
Knowledge and experience are important requirements for product development. The aim of this paper is to propose a systematic approach for industrial product development. This approach uses smart knowledge management system comprising of Set of Experience Knowledge Structure and Decisional DNA (DDNA) along with Virtual Engineering Tools (Virtual engineering object, Virtual engineering process, and Virtual engineering factory)....
Flexible Knowledge–Vision–Integration Platform for Personal Protective Equipment Detection and Classification Using Hierarchical Convolutional Neural Networks and Active LeaningPublication
This work is part of an effort to develop of a Knowledge-Vision Integration Platform for Hazard Control (KVIP-HC) in industrial workplaces, adaptable to a wide range of industrial environments. The paper focuses on hazards resulted from the non-use of personal protective equipment (PPE). The objective is to test the capability of the platform to adapt to different industrial environments by simulating the process of randomly selecting...
Manufacturing Data Analysis in Internet of Things/Internet of Data (IoT/IoD) ScenarioPublication
Computer integrated manufacturing (CIM) has enormous benefits as it increases the rate of production, reduces errors and production waste, and streamlines manufacturing sub-systems. However, there are some new challenges related to CIM operating in the Internet of Things/Internet of Data (IoT/IoD) scenarios associated with Industry 4.0 and cyber-physical systems. The main challenge is to deal with the massive volume of data flowing...
Smart Innovation Engineering: Toward Intelligent Industries of the FuturePublication
Knowledge-based Engineering Systems are founded upon integration of knowledge into computer systems and are one of the core requirements for the future Industry 4.0. This paper presents a system called Smart Innovation Engineering (SIE) capable of facilitating product innovation process semi-automatically. It enhances decision-making processes by using the explicit knowledge of formal decision events. The SIE system carries the...
Toward Intelligent Vehicle Intrusion Detection Using the Neural Knowledge DNAPublication
In this paper, we propose a novel intrusion detection approach using past driving experience and the neural knowledge DNA for in-vehicle information system security. The neural knowledge DNA is a novel knowledge representation method designed to support discovering, storing, reusing, improving, and sharing knowledge among machines and computing systems. We examine our approach for classifying malicious vehicle control commands...
A Semiautomatic Experience-Based Tool for Solving Product Innovation ProblemPublication
In this paper we present the idea of Smart Innovation Engineering (SIE) System and its implementation methodology. The SIE system is semi-automatic system that helps in carrying the process of product innovation. It collects the experiential knowledge from the formal decisional events. This experiential knowledge is collected from the group of similar products having some common functions and features. The SIE system behaves like...
Adding Intelligence to Cars Using the Neural Knowledge DNAPublication
In this paper we propose a Neural Knowledge DNA based framework that is capable of learning from the car’s daily operation. The Neural Knowledge DNA is a novel knowledge representation and reasoning approach designed to support discovering, storing, reusing, improving, and sharing knowledge among machines and computing devices. We examine our framework for drivers' classification based on their driving behaviour. The experimental...
Experience-Oriented Intelligence for Internet of ThingsPublication
The Internet of Things (IoT) has gained significant attention from industry as well as academia during the past decade. The main reason behind this interest is the capabilities of the IoT for seamlessly integrating classical networks and networked objects, and hence allows people to create an intelligent environment based on this powerful integration. However, how to extract useful information from data produced by IoT and facilitate...
Agent-Based RBF Network Classifier with Feature Selection in a Kernel SpacePublication
Toward Smart Innovation Engineering: Decisional DNA-Based Conceptual ApproachPublication
ABSTRACT Knowledge and experience are essential requirements for product innovation. The presented paper proposes a systematic approach for product innovation support using a Smart Knowledge Management System comprising a Set of Experience Knowledge Structure (SOEKS) and Decisional DNA (DDNA). This proposed system is dynamic in nature because it updates itself every time a new decision related to innovation is made. Through this...
Virtual Engineering Factory: Creating Experience Base for Industry 4.0Publication
ABSTRACT In recent times, traditional manufacturing is upgrading and adopting Industry 4.0, which supports computerization of manufacturing by round-the-clock connection and communica- tion of engineering objects. Consequently, Decisional DNA- based knowledge representation of manufacturing objects, processes, and system is achieved by virtual engineering objects (VEO), virtual engineering processes (VEP), and virtual engineering...
When Neural Networks Meet Decisional DNA: A Promising New Perspective for Knowledge Representation and SharingPublication
ABSTRACT In this article, we introduce a novel concept combining neural network technology and Decisional DNA for knowledge representation and sharing. Instead of using traditional machine learning and knowledge discovery methods, this approach explores the way of knowledge extraction through deep learning processes based on a domain’s past decisional events captured by Decisional DNA. We compare our approach with kNN (k-nearest...
Applying Decisional DNA to Internet of Things: The Concept and Initial Case StudyPublication
In this article, we present a novel approach utilizing Decisional DNA to help the Internet of Things capture decisional events and reuse them for decision making in future operations. The Decisional DNA is a domain-independent, standard and flexible knowledge representation structure that allows its domains to acquire, store, and share experiential knowledge and formal decision events in an explicit way. We apply this approach...
Ensemble Online Classifier Based on the One-Class Base Classifiers for Mining Data StreamsPublication
Experience-Driven Model of Decision-Making Processes in Project TeamsPublication
This article presents a model of decision-making processes in project teams. Project teams constitute a specific type of organization appointed to implement a project. Decisions made by project teams result from the methods of project management and best management practices. The authors have undertaken the task of formalizing these processes using the classical method of constructing decision trees. It has been established that...
Extended Reflexive Ontologies for the Generation of Clinical RecommendationsPublication
Decision recommendations are a set of alternative options for clinical decisions (e.g., diagnosis, prognosis, treatment selection, follow-up, and prevention) that are provided to decision makers by knowledge-based Clinical Decision Support Systems (k-CDSS) as aids. We propose to follow a ‘‘reasoning over domain’’ approach for the generation of decision recommendations by gathering and inferring conclusions from production rules....
Virtual Engineering Object (VEO): Toward Experience-Based Design and Manufacturing for Industry 4.0Publication
In this article we propose the concept, its framework, and implementation methodology for Virtual Engineering Objects (VEO). A VEO is the knowledge representation of an engineering object that embodies its associated knowledge and experience. A VEO is capable of adding, storing, improving, and sharing knowledge through experience. Moreover, it is demonstrated that VEO is a specialization of a Cyber-Physical System (CPS). In this...
Comparative Analysis of Text Representation Methods Using ClassificationPublication
In our work, we review and empirically evaluate five different raw methods of text representation that allow automatic processing of Wikipedia articles. The main contribution of the article—evaluation of approaches to text representation for machine learning tasks—indicates that the text representation is fundamental for achieving good categorization results. The analysis of the representation methods creates a baseline that cannot...
Model of a Maturity Capsule in Managing IT ProjectsPublication
The main purpose of this article is to present a report on the development of a model of information technology management (MITM). This model is an answer to the need to support decision making in the selection of methods and information technologies. This article presents a multisequential model (MSM) of technology selection and a model for initial processing procedures (IPP) necessary for the MITM model. The presentation of the...
Rule-Based Model for Selecting Integration Technologies for Smart Cities SystemsPublication
The aim of this article is to present the stages of development for an information technology integration model for the design of systems for smart cities. The Introduction explains the need for integration technologies and presents a model for selecting integration technologies and the conditions for its use in designing smart cities systems. Then two verification stages of the presented model are discussed. In the first stage,...
Set of Experience Knowledge Structure (SOEKS) and Decisional DNA (DDNA): Past, Present and FuturePublication
This article reviews research work on set of experience knowledge structure (SOEKS)-decisional DNA (DDNA) done in the past, ongoing, and planned for the future. Firstly, the concept of the knowledge representation technique of SOEKS-DDNA is discussed, and then an attempt is made to organize the past research related with it in chronological order. This work focuses on the review on SOEKS-DDNA, its application in different domains,...
A proposal for a knowledge market based on quantity and quality of knowledgePublication
The paper proposes an autonomous market environment in which it is possible to trade knowledge based on its quantity and quality.
AGENT-BASED APPROACH TO THE DESIGN OF RBF NETWORKSPublication
Implementing fuzzy logic to generate user profile in decisional DNA television: the concept and initial case studyPublication
In the paper the concept and case study of a novel approach that generates a television user's profile utilizing principles of fuzzy logic is presented.
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