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Knowledge Modeling in Various applications in Traffic Systems

  1. 1. Knowledge Modelling in Various applications in Traffic Systems Presented by : Yomna Hassan Submitted to : Dr. Hesham Hassan
  2. 2.  Techniques of Knowledge Modelling  Difference in knowledge modelling techniques  Generic Tasks in Traffic Systems  CommonKADS in Traffic Systems  MAS CommonKADS  DVO CommonKADS model  Conclusions Contents
  3. 3.  Generic Tasks  CommonKADS Techniques of Knowledge Modelling
  4. 4.  Generic Tasks focus mainly on knowledge part of the system  CommonKADS includes the organizational structure of the whole system, tasks and communications, and knowledge model.  CommonKADS is more adaptive to existence of intelligence within the system structure Difference in knowledge modelling techniques
  5. 5. CommonKADS in Traffic Systems
  6. 6. CommonKADS organization model task model agent model knowledge- intensive task communication model knowledge model design model requirements specification for interaction functions requirements specification for reasoning functions task selected in feasibility study and further detailed in Task and Agent Models
  7. 7. Knowledge Categories
  8. 8. Generic Traffic System
  9. 9.  In this modelling context, which reveals an activity based on experiences (i.e. cases) reusing  locate the incident reusing activity into the global control activity.  identify relevant descriptors of the incident case model.  identify discriminant index to organize the case base.  define a similarity metric for matching.  register knowledge necessary to adapt solution part of the selected case, in order to solve the current problem.  Elicitation sessions of the expertise, in the control room, are based on different methods: document analysis, interviews, repertory grids, traffic manager's activities analysis and results of the activity (problem reports).  Each method presents an own goal and allows, generally, to obtain a particular type of knowledge. Therefore, it is necessary to use these methods concurrently, one cancelling out the drawbacks of others taken apart, benefiting the qualities of each one Knowledge Elicitation
  10. 10.  From interviews with traffic management experts, we have found that a large part of their knowledge is episodic. That is, the expert solves a new problem by relating the current network situation to his previous experiences.  These experiences are sometimes specific incidents, with real dates and places, and sometimes general classes of similar occasions. Knowledge Elicitation (Cont’d)
  11. 11. Traffic system Domain architecture
  12. 12. Task decomposition structure
  13. 13. primitive inferences of the knowledge model
  14. 14.  Focus on human –computer not computer-computer interactions  A restricted form of dynamic task assignment can be done  Multi-partner transactions not dealt with naturally  Therefore a new model: coordination model is proposed Disadvantages of CommonKADS in Multi-agent systems
  15. 15.  MAS-CommonKADS extends the knowledge engineering methodology CommonKADS with techniques from object oriented and protocol engineering methodologies. MAS-CommonKADS
  16. 16. Mas commonkads
  17. 17.  Existence of dynamic traffic systems  Crowd-sourcing dependent Dynamic Virtual Organization Creation for Traffic Systems
  18. 18. The CommonKADS control structure models for DVO identification and formation phases
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