E3S Web Conf.
Volume 165, 20202020 2nd International Conference on Civil Architecture and Energy Science (CAES 2020)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Civil, Architectural Engineering|
|Published online||01 May 2020|
Case-based Reasoning of Damaged Ancient Buildings based on Ontology
1 College of Civil Engineering, Xi’an University of Architecture & Technology, Xi’an, Shanxi, 710000, China
2 Collaborative Innovation Center for Assembled Buildings in Western China (XAUAT), Xi’an, Shanxi, 710000, China
* Corresponding author’s e-mail: email@example.com
At present, China has a large number of ancient buildings, and correspondingly, it also faces many problems. Staff of different professions have inconsistent perceptions of ancient buildings, resulting in inability to interact with information. In addition, the ancient architecture case did not carry out efficient reuse of knowledge. Therefore, this article applies ontology to the field of ancient architecture, and proposes the knowledge expression of ancient architecture based on ontology. And SWRL is used to describe the ancient building rules. Secondly, through the application of case-reasoning technology, the reuse of case knowledge of ancient architecture is realized. Ontology-based case representation can provide a unified definition of ancient building knowledge for different participants and lay the foundation for information interaction. Case-based reasoning provides an implementation method for knowledge reuse of ancient building damage cases.
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