Banca de DEFESA: ANTONIO BATISTA DE OLIVEIRA NETO
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DATA : 12/06/2019
LOCAL: SALA 13 IME
Prototyping and validating the CORA ontology and its reference architecture
Robótica, sistemas multiagentes, ontologias.
Ontologies play an important role across several domains as they represent and define categories, properties and relationships among concepts, data and entities existing in those domains. Specially in Robotics, ontologies can be used as a standard way to represent and share knowledge and reasoning among autonomous agents. CORA (core ontology for robotics and automation) is a standard ontology developed by the IEEE ORA working group mapping main concepts and axioms from the robotics and automation (R&A) domain. After CORA has been approved as an official IEEE standard, ORA was split in different sub-groups addressing, among other topics, task representation (RTR) and autonomous robots architectures (AuR). This work presents a simulation study on a multi-robot reconnaissance application intended to serve as proof-of-concept on the feasibility of the CORA ontology and its related architecture. We show how robots and tasks are represented and dynamically mapped into the ontology, as well discuss some technical aspects of our simulation when dealing with the proposed architecture. Our results show the proposed ontology (CORA) and its associated reference architecture (ROA) are able to be correctly mapped during application runtime.
MEMBROS DA BANCA:
Interno - 2810986 - MARCOS ENNES BARRETO
Interno - 1914064 - LUCIANO REBOUCAS DE OLIVEIRA
Interno - 1678446 - LAIS DO NASCIMENTO SALVADOR
Externo ao Programa - 1348193 - FLAVIO MORAIS DE ASSIS SILVA
Externo à Instituição - JOSEMAR RODRIGUES DE SOUZA - UNEB