The tools of knowledge engineering are commonly applied in poorly formalized information domains. However, there is a number of reasons to use them also in exact sciences along with mathematics and mathematical logic. In physics, the knowledge is largely dynamic, i.e. describes rather processes and changing objects than objects with fixed properties and states. Therefore, even ontologies in physics tend to include a "dynamic" component. Nevertheless, application of specific methods of dynamic knowledge engineering looks very promising and beneficial for physics. The paper reports first results of application of the event bush method in theoretic and applied (geophysical) contexts.

Engineering of dynamic knowledge in exact sciences: First results of application of the event bush method in physics

Diviacco Paolo
2013

Abstract

The tools of knowledge engineering are commonly applied in poorly formalized information domains. However, there is a number of reasons to use them also in exact sciences along with mathematics and mathematical logic. In physics, the knowledge is largely dynamic, i.e. describes rather processes and changing objects than objects with fixed properties and states. Therefore, even ontologies in physics tend to include a "dynamic" component. Nevertheless, application of specific methods of dynamic knowledge engineering looks very promising and beneficial for physics. The paper reports first results of application of the event bush method in theoretic and applied (geophysical) contexts.
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