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Onto-planning: innovation for regional development planning within EU convergence framework

Onto-planning: innovation for regional development planning within EU convergence framework
Francesco Scorza, Giuseppe Las Casas, Angelo Carlucci - University of Basilicata

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    • University of Basilicata LISUT Faculty of Engineering Laboratorio di Ingegneria dei Sistemi Urbani e Territoriali Department of Architecture, Planning and Transport Laboratory of Urban and Regional Systems Engineering Infrastructure Onto-­‐planning:     innova.on  for  regional  development   planning  within  EU  convergence   framework.   Francesco  Scorza,  Giuseppe  Las  Casas,  Angelo  Carlucci     Università  della  Basilicata  –  Laoratorio  di  Ingegneria  dei  Sistemi  Urbani  e  Territoriali  (LISUT)     University  of  Basilicata  –  Laboratory  of  Urban  and  Regional  Systems  Engineering  (LISUT),     Viale  dell Ateneo  Lucano  10,  85100,  Potenza  -­‐  Italy   Francesco.scorza@unibas.it    INPUT 2010 – 13, 15 Settembre 2010 - Potenza Ing. Francesco Scorza
    • University of Basilicata LISUT Faculty of Engineering Laboratorio di Ingegneria dei Sistemi Urbani e Territoriali Department of Architecture, Planning and Transport Laboratory of Urban and Regional Systems Engineering Infrastructure Index:  •  Istances  of  local  development  planning  •  Onto-­‐Planning:  a  renewed  methodological  and   operaUve  approach  •  ReDO  •  ReDO  &  ROPs  •  Conclusions  
    • University of Basilicata LISUTFaculty of Engineering Laboratorio di Ingegneria dei Sistemi Urbani e TerritorialiDepartment of Architecture, Planning and Transport Laboratory of Urban and Regional Systems EngineeringInfrastructure Istances:   ParUcipaUon   NegoUaUon   EvaluaUon   SDI,  …   Management   ImplementaUon   Beneficiaries   Plan   Context   Programmer,   Decision  maker  
    • University of Basilicata LISUT Faculty of Engineering Laboratorio di Ingegneria dei Sistemi Urbani e Territoriali Department of Architecture, Planning and Transport Laboratory of Urban and Regional Systems Engineering Infrastructure Istances:   Rationality of the process Equity, effectiveness and sustainability AccountabilityPertinence and relevance of the plan in front of the context Communication - Participation Interoperability Evaluation
    • University of Basilicata LISUT Faculty of Engineering Laboratorio di Ingegneria dei Sistemi Urbani e Territoriali Department of Architecture, Planning and Transport Laboratory of Urban and Regional Systems Engineering Infrastructure StarUng  point  of  the  research   Axis Overal POR  Basilicata  2000/2006   Objectives Axis  IV  –  Sistemi  locali  di  sviluppo   Specific objectives with sectorial specifications Favorire l internazionalizzazione delle imprese della Basilicata e la promozione dell integrazione e della cooperazione economica,…… culturale e istituzionale, transfrontaliera, transnazionale e interregionale. B5 …… B5.3 Results   promozione di interventi di messa in rete delle attività commerciali - B5.2.1 …… processi di internazionalizzazione rivolti a mercati esteri identificati come strategici a livello regionale (es., Progetti Paese, Mercato, Filiera, Distretto) anche a seguito del confronto con il partenariato socio- economico. - B5.3.2 AcUons   realizzazione di partnership internazionali di tipo economico produttivo e commerciale che vedano il coinvolgimento di operatori appartenenti a comunità di lucani all estero - B5.3.3
    • University of Basilicata LISUTFaculty of Engineering Laboratorio di Ingegneria dei Sistemi Urbani e TerritorialiDepartment of Architecture, Planning and Transport Laboratory of Urban and Regional Systems EngineeringInfrastructure ROP  Basilicata  2000/2006  analysis   Overall Objective Specific Objectives Results Actions Grafo  1:  Program  structure  Asse  IV  ROP  Basilicata  00/06    
    • University of Basilicata LISUTFaculty of Engineering Laboratorio di Ingegneria dei Sistemi Urbani e TerritorialiDepartment of Architecture, Planning and Transport Laboratory of Urban and Regional Systems EngineeringInfrastructure ROP  Basilicata  2000/2006  analysis   Overall Objective Specific Objectives Results Actions Grafo  2:  Program  structure  Misure  IV.4  /  IV.19  ROP  Basilicata  00/06  
    • University of Basilicata LISUT Faculty of Engineering Laboratorio di Ingegneria dei Sistemi Urbani e Territoriali Department of Architecture, Planning and Transport Laboratory of Urban and Regional Systems Engineering Infrastructure ROP  Basilicata  2000/2006  analysis   Overall Objective Specific Objectives Results ActionsGrafo  3:  Program  structure  Bando  MulUmisura  IV.4  /  IV.19  ROP  Basilicata  00/06    
    • University of Basilicata LISUTFaculty of Engineering Laboratorio di Ingegneria dei Sistemi Urbani e TerritorialiDepartment of Architecture, Planning and Transport Laboratory of Urban and Regional Systems EngineeringInfrastructure Knowledge     management   vs   planning  process  
    • University of Basilicata LISUTFaculty of Engineering Laboratorio di Ingegneria dei Sistemi Urbani e TerritorialiDepartment of Architecture, Planning and Transport Laboratory of Urban and Regional Systems EngineeringInfrastructure Building  knowledge  process:   conceptualizaUon  
    • University of Basilicata LISUT Faculty of Engineering Laboratorio di Ingegneria dei Sistemi Urbani e Territoriali Department of Architecture, Planning and Transport Laboratory of Urban and Regional Systems Engineering Infrastructure Ontological  approach   Ontology: “a model allowing to develop an abstract and symplified representation of realityIn our view the ontology is a tool for developing and manage areasoned representation of reality according with explicit tasks
    • University of Basilicata LISUTFaculty of Engineering Laboratorio di Ingegneria dei Sistemi Urbani e TerritorialiDepartment of Architecture, Planning and Transport Laboratory of Urban and Regional Systems EngineeringInfrastructure Main  components  of  ontology   •  CONCEPTS •  ASSIOMI (definitions) •  ATTRIBUTES •  RELATIONS •  Taxonomic •  Not-taxonomic •  RESTRICTIONS
    • University of Basilicata LISUTFaculty of Engineering Laboratorio di Ingegneria dei Sistemi Urbani e TerritorialiDepartment of Architecture, Planning and Transport Laboratory of Urban and Regional Systems EngineeringInfrastructure ReDO  
    • University of Basilicata LISUT Faculty of Engineering Laboratorio di Ingegneria dei Sistemi Urbani e Territoriali Department of Architecture, Planning and Transport Laboratory of Urban and Regional Systems Engineering InfrastructurePhases Description Output1 Domain definition Identification of ontology “scope”. According to main questions described Domain above, we defined the domain including the relevant aspects of EU OPs management and evaluation: components, actors, policies, tools, etc.2 Concept According to ontology structure, a team of experts (technicians and scientists)Concept list (about identification identified the relevant concepts for ReDO purposes after an analysis of 110 concepts) 2007/2013 POs (PO ERDF Basilicata, PO ERDF Puglia, PO ERDF Campania - Italy).3 Thesaurus For each concept, the research team identified the pertinent definition using Thesaurus (about 110 accredited sources. The result is a glossary (thesaurus) and it represents the concepts and first operative output of the process. definitions)4 Extraction of Within the whole thesaurus, the research team defined the ontology classes Classes (61 ReDO ontology classes through a pear to pear negotiation. classes) from thesaurus5 Taxonomy The 61 classes have been organized in a taxonomy: a hierarchical structure Taxonomy development based on the taxonomic relation “IS_A”6 Application of Attributes and restrictions allow to realize an operative characterization of a Attributes Restrictions attributes and class. The definition itself is an attribute of a class. Attributes correspond to restrictions to each data/information required for the individuals of the class. Restrictions are class rules for class population.7 Definition of Relations among classes allowed to represent procedures and functions Relations relations among connected to the management and the evaluation of OPs classes8 Ontology population After the construction of the ontological structure a very important step is the Instances population of the ontology. It is the phase of operative representation of the domain in ReDO knowledge management tool.
    • University of Basilicata LISUTFaculty of Engineering Laboratorio di Ingegneria dei Sistemi Urbani e TerritorialiDepartment of Architecture, Planning and Transport Laboratory of Urban and Regional Systems EngineeringInfrastructure ReDO  
    • University of Basilicata LISUTFaculty of Engineering Laboratorio di Ingegneria dei Sistemi Urbani e TerritorialiDepartment of Architecture, Planning and Transport Laboratory of Urban and Regional Systems EngineeringInfrastructure ReDO  &  ROPs  
    • Fig.6 Program Content Structure Using the previous classes we represent the five ROPs. In the following figure is LISUTUniversity of BasilicataFaculty of Engineering an output of the representation. Each trees represents one Ingegneria dei Sistemi Urbani e Territoriali proposed Laboratorio di program.Department of Architecture, Planning and Transport Laboratory of Urban and Regional Systems EngineeringInfrastructure the end of the study we obtained an ontology with more than six hundred items: At a very complex network (see fig. 8). At this step the useful ontological tools provided ReDO  &  ROPs   by protégé helped to interrogate the network producing comparative results. In the figure 9 it is presented an example of query through protegé query tool. Fig.7 Regional Operative Programs
    • University of Basilicata LISUTFaculty of Engineering Laboratorio di Ingegneria dei Sistemi Urbani e TerritorialiDepartment of Architecture, Planning and Transport Laboratory of Urban and Regional Systems EngineeringInfrastructure Onto-planning: innovation for regional development planning within EU convergence ReDO  &  ROPs   framework 11Fig.8 ReDO Complex Network
    • University of Basilicata LISUTFaculty of Engineering Laboratorio di Ingegneria dei Sistemi Urbani e TerritorialiDepartment of Architecture, Planning and Transport Laboratory of Urban and Regional Systems EngineeringInfrastructureFig.8 ReDO Complex Network ReDO  &  ROPs  Fig.9 ReDO Query
    • University of Basilicata LISUT Faculty of Engineering Laboratorio di Ingegneria dei Sistemi Urbani e Territoriali Department of Architecture, Planning and Transport Laboratory of Urban and Regional Systems Engineering Infrastructure Conclusions  •  A  tested  procedure  for  ontology  design,  methodological   remarks  regarding  the  role  of  users  (or  stakeholders)   interacUon  in  the  process  of  building-­‐up  the  ontology    •  PerspecUves:  integraUon  in  SDI  •  The  ontological  representaUon  of  the  program  gives   important  contribuUon:     –  to  control       –  to  evaluate  the  program  structure  logic.    
    •   Thanks              Ing.  Francesco  Scorza    PhD  Student  at  University  of  Basilicata  -­‐  Faculty  of  Engineering  Department  of  Architecture,  Planning  and  Transport  Infrastructure  (DAPIT)  Laboratory  of  Urban  and  Regional  Systems  Engineering  (LISUT)  Viale  dell’Ateneo  Lucano,  10  85100  Potenza  –  Italy  www.lisut.org  francesco.scorza@unibas.it  Skype:  francescoscorza  Tel:  0039.347.7001363