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Van Dam, K.H. (author), Chappin, E.J.L. (author)
In this paper two agent-based models of energy markets are considered: one modelling the market for natural gas and the other of the electricity market incorporating a CO2 market. Because the energy systems are highly interrelated it is interesting to study how they were conceptualised and to explore possibilities to connect the two models,...
conference paper 2010
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Keirstead, J. (author), Van Dam, K.H. (author)
Conceptualisations formalised in ontologies are useful to provide an interface between people (e.g. between modellers and stakeholders), people and computers (e.g. data entry), and to ensure interoperability between software elements (e.g. communication between agents). As such, ontologies are useful for modelling purposes: with a formal...
conference paper 2010
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Montenegro, N. (author), Beirao, J.N. (author), Duarte, J.P. (author)
This paper describes the “Public Space Patterns” ontology including its related rule-based model, used as a basic structure of a “City Information Modelling” (CIM). This model was developed within a larger research project aimed at developing a tool for urban planning and design. The main purpose is to provide computer-readable descriptions of...
conference paper 2011
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Worst, J. (author)
Integration of design, engineering and construction (D-E-C) aligned to collaborative networks (CN’s) is about overcoming traditional barriers. Collaborative Network systems are submitted to economic, social and environmental circumstances. D-E-C integration linked to CPFR and submitted to CN’s could bridge traditional barriers, when aligned to...
conference paper 2011
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Mobasheri, A. (author), Van Oosterom, P.J.M. (author), Zlatanova, S. (author), Bakillah, M. (author)
Use of relevant geo-information is one of the important issues for performing different tasks and processes in disaster response phase. In order to save time and cost, services could be employed for integrating and extracting relevant up-to-date geo-information. For this purpose, semantics of geo-information should be explicitly defined. This...
conference paper 2013
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Heidari, F. (author), Loucopoulos, P. (author), Brazier, F.M. (author)
The field of Requirements Engineering (RE) is arguably one of the most crucial areas in the development of systems in support of organisational structures and processes. Eliciting, negotiating, analysing and validating are RE processes that rely on appropriate abstraction mechanisms. This paper focuses on a specific modelling approach, that of...
conference paper 2013
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Anand, N.R. (author), Van Duin, J.H.R. (author), Tavasszy, L.A. (author), Wigan, M. (author)
City logistics is characterized as a distributed decision making system due to its heterogeneous stakeholders and their conflicting objectives. To understand the complexity of interactions among these stakeholders, the first step is taken by developing an ontology for city logistics domain. Ontology is a powerful way to express domain knowledge...
conference paper 2014
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Roller, R. (author), Roes, J. (author), Verbree, E. (author)
Floodings represent a permanent risk to the Netherlands in general and to her power supply in particular. Data sharing is essential within this crisis scenario as a power cut affects a great variety of interdependant sectors. Currently used data sharing systems have been shown to hamper interoperability between stakeholders since they lack...
conference paper 2015
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