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ONTORULE Showcase
Friday, 17 February 2012 09:43

The ONTORULE project is pleased to announce the final release of D6.2 Integrated Showcase.

ONTORULEThe Showcase illustrates the ONTORULE platform as described in D6.1 Specification of the ONTORULE platform in concrete implementations of two major business scenarios from the steel and automotive industry.

Within ONTORULE we developed a new approach on how to implement applications using business knowledge in form of ontologies and business rules. The Showcase explains the high level workflow and the concrete implementation. The implemented components are instances of the platform’s abstract components demonstrating the feasibility of the theoretical approach. The business scenarios demonstrate the application of the implemented components within a concrete business case. The theoretical work provides theories that have been implemented only partially or not been implemented yet but are state-of-the-art candidates for implementations of abstract components.

The Integrated Showcase is available online. The full version of the Showcase, including IBM components protected by IP rights, is available on DVD and can be obtained from the partners.

 
RIF Assembler: A construction kit for RIF rulesets
Thursday, 19 January 2012 12:18

Fundación CTIC has produced RIF Assembler, a tool that permits to mix-and-match RIF rules and OWL ontologies to create tailored rulesets. Using this tool, companies can manage and transform complex rulesets, extending the capabilities of their current BRMS.

RIF Assembler is an outcome of the ONTORULE project, and is described in Deliverable 5.5. You can give it a try using the provided examples, or your own RIF rules and OWL ontologies.

Screenshot of RIF Assembler

 
Have a try to the final steel use case demonstrator
Thursday, 19 January 2012 11:47

The ONTORULE project is pleased to announce the final release of the steel industry use case demonstrator. This piece of software showcases the ONTORULE technologies in the context of the quality control in the galvanization line of ArcelorMittal. The system uses production rules to identify quality issues in steel coils, and supports decision-making on the products.

A version of the demonstrator is available for you to try, showing data that is similar to the actual data of the production line. You can explore a number of coils, the defects and phenomena that have been found on them, and the decisions proposed by the rules. Some coils that fail to meet the original requirements are reassigned to less restrictive orders.

The video belows summarizes the implementation of the demonstrator. For more information, you can also read Deliverable 5.5 of the ONTORULE project. To understand the business context of the steel use case demonstrator, you can watch a longer video.

 
The CASCON presentations available
Friday, 09 December 2011 12:30

We have uploaded the presentations of the workshop organised at CASCON'2011 to slideshare. The event was set as a general introduction of the ONTORULE project including as well a description of the architecture. Following, a number of hands-on sessions enabling the audience to touch some of the technologies developed within the project were carried out: starting with a practical session featuring TERMINAE and SemeX, another one presenting Parrot and TELIX came after to end with a final session about grounding business rules in OWL2 ontologies.

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SEMEX: from texts to rules
Tuesday, 29 November 2011 07:45

Following the series presenting the outcomes of the ONTORULE project, we are glad to present another tool developed for the D2.4 Extended demonstrators for dissemination, teaching and public experimentation purposes: Semex

 

 

 

 

SemEx is a platform designed to assist business analysts in building a base of business rules out of a policy document, the resulting set of candidate rules being used as the specification of a business rule application. This platform allows to link textual elements to conceptual resources and to rules. This is helpful to design simplified, self-content and comprehensive rules, as well as to explore the rule base and trace rule information back to the texts from which it is originated.

 

Future releases will be available at the SEMEX LIPN website.

 
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