Zachary Ezzell

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As the size and complexity of space launches continues to grow an architecture is becoming ever more necessary to accurately organize and determine workforce requirements for the involved organizations. The Launch Services Program at Kennedy Space Center has recently begun using a tool developed by the technology consulting firm Booz-Allen Hamilton(More)
The purpose of an ontology is to structurally define knowledge about a topic. For the practice of simulation, ontologies have been demonstrated to be useful across a variety of techniques ranging from formally defining the components of dynamic models and capturing key simulation domain constraints to interrelating dynamic model components and geometry in(More)
Past and ongoing research efforts toward seamless integration of building design and analysis have established a strong foothold in the building community. Yet, there is lack of seamless connectivity between Building Information Modeling (BIM) and building performance tools. D-BIM Workbench provides an essential framework to conduct integrated building(More)
An ontology is a formalized knowledge structure understandable by humans and machines. Positioned within the interface layer, domain-specific ontologies can afford simulation model building and visualization construction. Such an ontology-enabled interface would allow modelers to interact with the semantics they are already familiar with, due to their(More)
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