Semantic publishing as a tool in smart, self-protective critical infrastructure
Girka, A. (2016). Semantic publishing as a tool in smart, self-protective critical infrastructure. In P. Isaias (Ed.), 15th International Conference on WWW/INTERNET 2016 (pp. 83-94). Lisboa: IADIS Press. Retrieved from http://www.iadisportal.org/digital-library/semantic-publishing-as-a-tool-in-smart-self-protective-critical-infrastructure
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Semantic publishing as a semantic representation of publications makes articles machine-readable. It involves linking an article with another articles and external sources. Also, data provided along with the publication can be made machine-readable, which allows visualizing the data in different ways according to a reader’s needs. This kind of semantic technology deployed on physics domain can serve for improving interoperability in critical infrastructure as far as it includes such facilities as atomic power stations, atomic plants and local experimental atomic devices, experimental fusion reactors and demonstration fusion reactors among others. Having shared terminology and data represented in different ways, services and units of critical infrastructure may communicate more effectively. At first, it may help staff members of the critical infrastructure facilities in making decisions, but since information becomes machine-readable this approach may exclude the human factor from the issue of the security of the critical infrastructure at all. This paper gives proposition for improvement of the current state of semantic publishing in physics domain, particularly, utilizing SPAR suit of ontologies that is designed for semantic publishing, and open problem ontology that was developed within the work on this paper. ...
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