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Title: An Ontology for Fire Building Evacuation
Authors: Neto, J.
Morais, A.J.
Gonçalves, R.
Leça Coelho, A.
Keywords: Fire building evacuation;Ontology;Knowledge model;Ontology development;Fire emergency;Ontologies;Knowledge representation
Issue Date: 10-Sep-2021
Publisher: Proceedings of Sixth International Congress on Information and Communication Technology
Citation: DOI: 10.1007/978-981-16-1781-2_84
Abstract: Guiding the building occupants under fire emergency to a safe place is an open research problem. Finding solutions to address the problem requires a perfect knowledge of the fire building evacuation domain. The use of ontologies to model knowledge of a domain allows a common and shared understanding of that domain, between people and heterogeneous systems. This paper presents an ontology that aims to build a knowledge model to better understand the referred domain and to help develop more capable building evacuation solutions and systems. The herein proposed ontology considers the different variables and actors involved in the fire building evacuation process. We followed the Methontology methodology for its developing, and we present all the development steps, from the specification to its implementation with the Protégé tool.
ISBN: 978-981-16-1781-2
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