|Author(s)||Collection number||Pages||Download abstract||Download full text|
|Kudriashova A. V.||№ 2 (82)||62-73|
A design ontology of post-printing processes has been developed, which formalizes the processed information, provides for updates and expansions. The main approaches to creating an ontology and the main types of ontologies are described. The free open source ontology editor Protégé 5, developed by Stanford University (USA), is described. The main classes (design features, materials, performance indicators, technological scheme, type of production, type of equipment, operating conditions), subclasses (for example, subclasses of the class design features are: type of roofing material, additional elements, assembly method, fastening method) and instances of the ontology (for example, instances of the cover subclass are: type 1, type 2, type 3, type 4). A hierarchical classification of classes – taxonomy – has been synthesized. To determine the relationships between instances, certain properties-relationships (determines, is determined, influences the choice, is chosen depending on, conditions, is conditioned, forms, is formed). Specimen characteristics are determined by data properties (e.g. abrasion resistance, degree of sizing, light transmission, transparency, gloss, whiteness, deformation, smoothness, porosity, density, mass per square meter, thickness). The taxonomy fragment of concepts of design ontology of post-printing processes, properties-relations, properties-data, instances of classes, the general ontological graph of classes and copies, the general ontological graph of classes and the ontological graph of a certain class (on the example of class Volume) is given. Here are some examples of ontology queries in SPARQL: query “default”, query using literal data, query using comment.
Keywords: design of post-printing processes, ontology, taxonomy, property-relation, property-data, class, copy, graph.