An Ontology Approach to Product Disassembly

@inproceedings{Borst1997AnOA,
  title={An Ontology Approach to Product Disassembly},
  author={Pim Borst and Hans Akkermans},
  booktitle={EKAW},
  year={1997}
}
In recent years, growing ecological concern has prompted for ‘design for environment’. One way to achieve this is to design products that are easy to disassemble, because this improves the ability to reuse or recycle parts of a product. This paper presents a computational theory for product modeling and reasoning about product disassembly. This theory, implemented in the PROMOD system, is based on an ontology of different connection types between product components. For the task of reasoning… CONTINUE READING

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