Christian Hauck

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In todays product management life-cycle data play a growing role. Fixed product data, sensor readings and external events form continuously growing data collections, the digital object memory. To create a surplus value, this data is exploited in applications, e.g. by asking queries to such memories (e.g. "get unexpected observations"). The necessary logic(More)
In regions affected by seasonal and permanently frozen conditions soil moisture influences the thermal regime of the ground as well as its ice content, which is one of the main factors controlling the sensitivity of mountain permafrost to climate changes. In this study, several well established soil moisture monitoring techniques were combined with data(More)
In this article we propose a generic framework for ontological intention recognition and action recommendation involving distributed and networked active digital object memories (ADOMe) for production factories and their components as well as individually manufactured products. For this purpose, a concrete and complex application scenario in the industrial(More)
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