Air Control Means: An ‘improving precision’ case study

This tutorial provides an illustrative case study of how the BORO methodology has been used to improve precision. The case study looks at work done on the ontology of 'Air Control Means' a construct used in military air traffic control as part of a wider air defence ontology. It has these ontological themes; semantic vagueness, rational reconstruction, increased precision, shift from a pen and paper paradigm, fruitfulness. This is part of a series of tutorials that walk through examples that illustrate how the BORO methodology has been used to re-engineer data in an industrial context.

Presented

Tutorial - ONTOBRAS 2013, Brazilian Conference on Ontologies, 23-25 September 2013, Belo Horizonte, Brazil

Author(s)

Chris Partridge (BORO Solutions)