An Ontology for Multi-Modal Transportation Planning and Scheduling

@inproceedings{Becker1997AnOF,
  title={An Ontology for Multi-Modal Transportation Planning and Scheduling},
  author={Marcel A. Becker and Stephen F. Smith},
  year={1997}
}
In this report we present an ontology for Multi-Modal Transportation Planning and Scheduling. We take, as our starting point, the previously developed OZONE scheduling ontology, which provides a general basis for formulating scheduling domain models. We extend this core framework as necessary to capture the essential characteristics and constraints of multi-modal transportation planning and scheduling, and then use this extended framework as a basis for elaborating concepts of particular… CONTINUE READING

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