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  • Decisional DNA based framework for representing Virtual Engineering Objects

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    - 2014

    In this paper, we propose a frame-work to represent the Virtual Engineering Objects (VEO) utilizing Set of Knowledge Experience Structure (SOEKS) and Decisional DNA. A VEO will enable the discovery of new knowledge in a manufacturing unit and the generation of new rules that drive reasoning. The proposed VEO framework will not only be knowledge based representation but it will also have its associated experience embedded within...

  • Manufacturing collective intelligence by the means of Decisional DNA and virtual engineering objects, process and factory

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    - JOURNAL OF INTELLIGENT & FUZZY SYSTEMS - 2017

    Engineering collective intelligence is paramount in current industrial times. This research proposes and presents case studies for collective knowledge structures required in the industry field. Knowledge structures such as Set of Experience and Decisional DNA are extended into more advanced knowledge structures for manufacturing processes. These structures are called Virtual Engineering Object, Virtual Engineering Process and...

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  • Virtual Engineering Objects: Effective Way of Knowledge Representation and Decision Making

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    - 2015

    This paper presents a knowledge representation case study by constructing Decisional DNA of engineering objects. Decisional DNA, as a knowledge representation structure not only offers great possibilities on gathering explicit knowledge of formal decision events but also it is a powerful tool for decision-making process. The concept of Virtual engineering Object (VEO), which is a knowledge and experience representation of engineering...

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

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    - Procedia Computer Science - 2014

    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...

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  • Virtual engineering process (VEP): a knowledge representation approach for building bio-inspired distributed manufacturing DNA

    The objective of this research is to provide a user-friendly and effective way of representing engineering processes for distributed manufacturing systems so that they can develop, accumulate and share knowledge. The basic defini-tion and principle of the approach is introduced first and then the prototype version of the system is developed and demonstrated with case studies, which verify the feasibility of the proposed approach....

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  • Virtual Engineering Factory: Creating Experience Base for Industry 4.0

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    - CYBERNETICS AND SYSTEMS - 2016

    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...

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  • Decisional DNA based intelligent knowledge model for flexible manufacturing system

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    - JOURNAL OF INTELLIGENT & FUZZY SYSTEMS - 2019

    Modeling an effective mechanism for design and control strategies for the implementation of a flexible manufacturing system (FMS) has been a challenge. Consequently, to overcome this issue various techniques have applied in the past but most of these models are effective only for some specific situation or an element of FMS. In this study, the knowledge representation technique of Decisional DNA (DDNA) is applied to FMS to develop...

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  • Virtual Engineering Object (VEO): Toward Experience-Based Design and Manufacturing for Industry 4.0

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    - CYBERNETICS AND SYSTEMS - 2015

    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...

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  • Virtual Engineering Objects (VEO): Designing, Developing and Testing Models

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    - 2014

    In this article, the development and implementation of the concept of Virtual Engineering Object (VEO) is described. A VEO is a computerized real world representation of an engineering object. VEO will act as a living representation of the object capable of adding, storing, improving and sharing knowledge through experience, in a way similar to an expert of that object. In this paper, it is shown through test models how the concept...

  • Experience-Based Decisional DNA (DDNA) to Support Product Development

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    - CYBERNETICS AND SYSTEMS - 2018

    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)....

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  • Smart Decisional DNA Technology to Enhance Industry 4.0 Environment in Conjunction with Conventional Manufacturing

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    - 2020

    Knowledge-based support has become an indispensable part not only to the traditional manufacturing set-ups but also to the new fast-emerging Industry 4.0 scenario. In this regard, successful research has been performed and extensively reported to develop Decisional DNA based knowledge representation models of engineering object and engineering process called Virtual engineering object (VEO), Virtual engineering process (VEP) and...

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  • Knowledge-Based Virtual Modeling and Simulation of Manufacturing Processes for Industry 4.0

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    - CYBERNETICS AND SYSTEMS - 2020

    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...

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  • Decisional-DNA Based Smart Production Performance Analysis Model

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    - CYBERNETICS AND SYSTEMS - 2019

    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...

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  • Smart innovation process enhancement using SOEKS and decisional DNA

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    Product innovation always requires a foundation based on both knowledge and experience. The production and innovation process of products is very similar to the evolution process of humans. The genetic information of humans is stored in genes, chromosomes and DNA. Similarly, the information about the products can be stored in a system having virtual genes, chromosomes and decisional DNA (DDNA). The present paper proposes...

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  • Framework for Product Innovation Using SOEKS and Decisional DNA

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    - 2016

    Product innovation always requires a foundation based on both knowledge and experience. The production and innovation process of products is very similar to the evolution process of humans. The genetic information of humans is stored in genes, chromosomes and DNA. Similarly, the information about the products can be stored in a system having virtual genes, chromosomes and decisional DNA. The present paper proposes a framework for...

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  • Smart Innovation Engineering Using Set of Experience and Decisional DNA

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    - 2020

    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. Since the fourth industrial revolution is passing through the developing phase, implementation of Cyber-Physical Production Systems require more realistic approach. Knowledge Management and Knowledge Engineering plays an important role in manufacturing industries facing...

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  • Decisional DNA Based Conceptual Framework for Smart Manufacturing

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    This paper presents the conceptual framework for systematic knowledge representation, storage and reuse of manufacturing information in a production scenario. This knowledge structure is designed for three levels in a manufacturing set up viz. first at the engineering objects level, second at process and finally at factory level. Virtual engineering object (VEO) deals with knowledge at the individual object/component/machine level...

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  • Using Decisional DNA to Enhance Industrial and Manufacturing Design: Conceptual Approach

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    - 2013

    During recent years, manufacturing organizations are facing market changes such as the need for short product life cycles, technological advancement, intense pressure from competitors and the continuous customers’ expectation for high quality products at lower costs. In this scenario, knowledge and its associated engineering/management of every stage involved in the industrial design has become increasingly important for manufacturing...

  • Virtual Engineering Object / Virtual Engineering Process: A specialized form of Cyber Physical System for Industrie 4.0

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    - Procedia Computer Science - 2015

    This paper reviews the theories, parallels and variances between Virtual Engineering Object (VEO) / Virtual Engineering Process (VEP) and Cyber Physical System (CPS). VEO and VEP is an experience based knowledge representation of engineering objects and processes respectively. Cyber–physical systems (CPSs) are the next generation of engineered systems in which computing, communication, and control technologies are tightly integrated....

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  • Experience based decisional DNA to support smart product design

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    - JOURNAL OF INTELLIGENT & FUZZY SYSTEMS - 2019

    This paper presents the idea of Smart Virtual Product Development (SVPD) system to support product design. The foundations of the system are based upon smart knowledge management techniques called Set of Experience Knowledge Structure (SOEKS) and Decisional DNA (DDNA). It enhances the industrial product development process by using the previous experiential knowledge gathered from the formal decisional activities. This experiential...

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  • Experience Based Decisional DNA (DDNA) to Support Sustainable Product Design

    Publikacja

    - 2018

    This paper presents the idea of providing engineering design knowledge to designers working on sustainable product design and development process. The new product development process often requires significant amount of design knowledge which can be saved and recalled by designers during the design process. This knowledge is very important for successful sustainable product development as it can include material selection, product...

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  • Experience based knowledge representation for Internet of Things and Cyber Physical Systems with case studies

    Cyber Physical Systems and Internet of Things have grown significant attention from industry and academia during the past decade. The main reason behind this interest is the capabilities of such technologies to revolutionize human life since they appear as seamlessly integrating classical networks, networked objects and people to create more efficient environments. However, enhancing these technologies with intelligent skills becomes...

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  • Towards an experience based collective computational intelligence for manufacturing

    Knowledge based support can play a vital role not only in the new fast emerging information and communication technology based industry, but also in traditional manufacturing. In this regard, several domain specific research endeavors have taken place in the past with limited success. Thus, there is a need to develop a flexible domain independent mechanism to capture, store, reuse, and share manufacturing knowledge. Consequently,...

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  • Manufacturing Data Analysis in Internet of Things/Internet of Data (IoT/IoD) Scenario

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    - CYBERNETICS AND SYSTEMS - 2018

    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...

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  • Proposition of the methodology for Data Acquisition, Analysis and Visualization in support of Industry 4.0

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    - Procedia Computer Science - 2019

    Industry 4.0 offers a comprehensive, interlinked, and holistic approach to manufacturing. It connects physical with digital and allows for better collaboration and access across departments, partners, vendors, product, and people. Consequently, it involves complex designing of highly specialized state of the art technologies. Thus, companies face formidable challenges in the adoption of these new technologies....

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  • A Semiautomatic Experience-Based Tool for Solving Product Innovation Problem

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    - CYBERNETICS AND SYSTEMS - 2017

    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...

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  • Smart Virtual Product Development (SVPD) System to Support Product Inspection Planning in Industry 4.0

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    - Procedia Computer Science - 2020

    This paper presents the idea of supporting product inspection planning process during the early stages of product life cycle for the experts working on product development. Aim of this research is to assist a collaborative product development process by using Smart Virtual Product Development (SVPD) system, which is based on Set of Experience Knowledge Structure (SOEKS) and Decisional DNA (DDNA). The proposed system is developed...

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  • Experience-Oriented Intelligence for Internet of Things

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    - CYBERNETICS AND SYSTEMS - 2017

    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...

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  • A Concept of Using Knowledge Models to Secure Intellectual Capital in Enterprise

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    Without a doubt, knowledge has become the most important resource for all companies in the world. Knowledge extended of our own observations and practice is being called experience. With the increase of knowledge and gained experience, the individual becomes more and more valuable employee in terms of business. The above mentioned knowledge can be gained only by self-improvement, which requires time and other necessary elements...

  • Set of Experience and Decisional DNA: Experience-Based Knowledge Structures

    Publikacja

    - 2020

    This chapter presents a description of Set of Experience Knowledge Structure (SOEKS) and Decisional DNA (DDNA), argumentation for a knowledge representation, composition, configuration and metrics. SOEKS is a combination of filtered and amalgamated information obtained from formal decision events. It facilitates effective explicit representation of decisional experience taken from different technologies. SOEKS comprises variables,...

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  • Gaining knowledge through experience: developing decisional DNA applications in robotics

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    - CYBERNETICS AND SYSTEMS - 2010

    Omówiono nowatorskie podejscie do zastosowania wiedzy opartej na doświadczeniu i budowie decyzyjnego DNA w obszarach związanych z robotyką.In this article, we explore an approach that integrates Decisional DNA, a domain-independent, flexible, and standard knowledge representation structure, with robots in order to test the usability and suitability of this novel knowledge representation structure. Core issues in using this Decisional...

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  • Toward Smart Innovation Engineering: Decisional DNA-Based Conceptual Approach

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    - CYBERNETICS AND SYSTEMS - 2016

    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...

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  • When Neural Networks Meet Decisional DNA: A Promising New Perspective for Knowledge Representation and Sharing

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    - CYBERNETICS AND SYSTEMS - 2016

    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...

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  • Smart Embedded Systems with Decisional DNA Knowledge Representation

    Publikacja

    - 2020

    Embedded systems have been in use since the 1970s. For most of their history embedded systems were seen simply as small computers designed to accomplish one or a few dedicated functions; and they were usually working under limited resources i.e. limited computing power, limited memories, and limited energy sources. As such, embedded systems have not drawn much attention from researchers, especially from those in the artificial...

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  • Viability of decisional DNA in robotics

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    - Procedia Computer Science - 2014

    The Decisional DNA is an artificial intelligence system that uses prior experiences to shape future decisions. Decisional DNA is written in the Set Of Experience Knowledge Structure (SOEKS) and is capable of capturing and reusing a broad range of data. Decisional DNA has been implemented in several fields including Alzheimer’s diagnosis, geothermal energy and smart TV. Decisional DNA is well suited to use in robotics due to the...

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  • The Decisional DNA-Based Smart Bike for Internet of Things

    Publikacja

    - 2014

    In this paper, we introduce a novel application of the Internet of Things, the Decisional DNAbased Smart Bike. The Decisional DNA is a domain-independent, flexible and standard knowledge representation structure; it allows its domains to acquire and store experiential knowledge and formal decision events in an explicit way. By using Decisional DNA, the sensor-equipped bicycle is able to learn its user’s weight, riding habits, etc....

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  • Set of Experience Knowledge Structure (SOEKS) and Decisional DNA (DDNA): Past, Present and Future

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    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,...

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  • Decisional DNA and Optimization Problem

    Publikacja

    - 2013

    Many researchers have proved that Decisional DNA (DDNA) and Set of Experience Knowledge Structure (SOEKS or SOE) is a technology capable of gathering information and converting it into knowledge to help decision-makers to make precise decisions in many ways. These techniques have a feature to combine with different tools, such as data mining techniques and web crawlers, helping organization collect information from different sources...

  • Support Product Development Framework by Means of Set of Experience Knowledge Structure (SOEKS) and Decisional DNA

    Publikacja

    - 2018

    In this paper, we propose a framework to support product development activi-ties by utilizing Set of Experience Knowledge Structure (SOEKS) and Decisional DNA (DDNA). This idea will provide a new direction to researchers working on product development, especially designers and manufacturers. They will be working on the same platform and this will be reducing their communication gap. Once the final idea is perceived about product...

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  • Exploring contexts of use of cultural objects in virtual museums

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    - 2008

    This paper presents a system which facilitates discovering knowledge about cultural objects. The system is based on semantic modeling of a virtual museum which consists of cultural objects placed in a virtual 3D space. The article describes an extension to the concept of cultural objects which includes information on the use of these objects. This extension enables to place objects in an appropriate context in a virtual museum....

  • Applying Decisional DNA to Internet of Things: The Concept and Initial Case Study

    Publikacja

    - CYBERNETICS AND SYSTEMS - 2015

    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...

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  • Knowledge based virtual organisations for the e-decisional community

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    - LECTURE NOTES IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE - 2010

    W pracy przedstawiono propozycje modelowania wirtualnych organiozacji opartych na wiedzy w zastosowaniu do budowy elektronicznej spolecznosci decyzyjnej.

  • Testing the usability of decisional DNA in robotics

    Publikacja

    - 2010

    W pracy poddano dyskusji i nalizie obszary mozliwych zastowac reprezentacji wiedzy zwanej Decisional DNA w zagadnieniach zwiazanych z robotyka.

  • A proposal for knowledge sharing in the e-Decisional community using Decisional DNA

    Publikacja

    - SYSTEMS SCIENCE - 2010

    Zaproponowano model platformy wspomagającej wymianę wiedzy w społeczeństwie decyzyjnym opartym na decyzyjnym DNA.

  • Implementing knowledge-based virtual organisations for the e-Decisional community

    Publikacja

    - 2010

    W pracy przedstawiono koncepcyjne zasady funkcjonowania formy spolecznej zwanej e-Decisional Community oraz omowiono mozliwosci zastosowania w takiej formie zasad opartych na wiedzy organizacji wirtualnych.

  • Set of Experience and Decisional DNA: Toward Brains for Cyber-physical Systems and Industry of the Future

    Publikacja

    - 2015

    The concept of Decisional DNA is decade old. This article introduces the initial idea of Set of Experience Knowledge Structure, its advancement into Decisional DNA, and its potential for real life applications in divers domains. The most current and future research steps into Industry 4.0 are also presented and discussed

  • Towards neural knowledge DNA

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    In this paper, we propose the Neural Knowledge DNA, a framework that tailors the ideas underlying the success of neural networks to the scope of knowledge representation. Knowledge representation is a fundamental field that dedicates to representing information about the world in a form that computer systems can utilize to solve complex tasks. The proposed Neural Knowledge DNA is designed to support discovering, storing, reusing,...

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  • A Framework for Enhancing Supplier Selection Process by Using SOEKS and Decisional DNA

    Abstract. Supplier selection process is one of the significant stages in supply chain management for industrial manufactured products. It plays an integral role in the success of any manufacturing organization and is an important part starting right from selecting raw material to dispatch of finished products. This paper contributes to enhance the supplier selection process by proposing a multi-criteria decision making framework...

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  • Mobile virtual presence in civil engineering education and training

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    Education technologies are on the cusp, emerging technologies connected with each other might reveal new added value in this field. In this paper, the author showed a framework for conducting civil engineering classes with a virtual presence on the construction site. The presented idea might be realized by use of the unnamed aerial vehicle equipped with 360 video camera. On-site activities are transmitted at a distance by GSM and...

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  • Decisional DNA for modeling and reuse of experiential clinical assessments in breast cancer diagnosis and treatment

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    • E. Sanchez
    • W. Peng
    • C. Toro
    • C. Sanin
    • M. Grana
    • E. Szczerbicki
    • E. Carrasco
    • F. Guijarro
    • L. Brualla

    - NEUROCOMPUTING - 2014

    Clinical Decision Support Systems (CDSS) are active knowledge resources that use patient data to generate case specific advice. The fast pace of change of clinical knowledge imposes to CDSS the continuous update of the domain knowledge and decision criteria. Traditional approaches require costly tedious manual maintenance of the CDSS knowledge bases and repositories. Often, such an effort cannot be assumed by medical teams, hence...

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