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© Copyright 2009 TopQuadrant Inc. Slide 1 QUDT: An OWL Ontology for Measurable Quantities, Units, Dimension Systems, and Dimensional Data Types James Chip Masters (TopQuadrant, Inc.) Ralph Hodgson (TopQuadrant, Inc.) Paul Keller (NASA)
© Copyright 2009 TopQuadrant Inc. Slide 2 Presentation Overview Introductory Remarks Definitions of Main Concepts Modeled The Main Classes in the QUDT Ontology (with examples) Functions for Unit Conversion and Computing Products/Quotients of Quantity Kinds Current and Future Work References and Credits
© Copyright 2009 TopQuadrant Inc. Slide 3 Introductory Remarks Sponsored by NASAs Constellation Program –30+ year space exploration program to return to the moon and eventually send humans to Mars –Investing in Semantic Technologies to meet short term and long term -ilities Affordability; Sustainability; Operability; etc. One of a set of related ontologies designed to support the Constellation Program Lifecycle, as well as domain specific areas, including –Telemetry and command –Modeling and simulation
© Copyright 2009 TopQuadrant Inc. Slide 4 Main Concepts Modeled (I) Quantity Kind - an observable and measurable property of objects, systems, or events that is independent of any particular measurement or expression of magnitude –Mass, Velocity, Power, Torque, etc. Quantity - the magnitude of a quantity kind for a particular object, system, event, or class of that can be expressed as a numerical value with respect to a chosen scale –Mass of a hydrogen atom, Escape velocity of the Earth, Duration of this teleconference, etc.
© Copyright 2009 TopQuadrant Inc. Slide 5 Main Concepts Modeled (II) Unit of Measure - a chosen scale for expressing the magnitude of a quantity as a numerical value; units are associated with the quantity kinds they quantify. –Meter, Kilogram, Volt, etc. Quantity Value - the numerical value of a quantitys magnitude with respect to a chosen unit of measure for the corresponding quantity kind –2 Meters, 5 Kilograms, 1000 Volts, etc.
© Copyright 2009 TopQuadrant Inc. Slide 6 Main Concepts Modeled (III) Quantity System - a collection of quantity kinds comprised of a base set and a derived set such that each member of the collection can be expressed as a product of members of the base set raised to a rational power. Unit System - a collection of units in which each member is a measurement scale for a quantity kind in a corresponding quantity system.
© Copyright 2009 TopQuadrant Inc. Slide 7 Main Concepts Modeled (IV) System Dimension - a mapping from a tuple of rational numbers to a product of base quantity kinds such that the tuple members correspond to the exponents of the base quantity kinds; each quantity kind in a system corresponds to exactly one system dimension; multiple quantity kinds may correspond to the same dimension.
© Copyright 2009 TopQuadrant Inc. Slide 8 Main QUDT Class Diagram
© Copyright 2009 TopQuadrant Inc. Slide 9 Expressing Quantity Values
© Copyright 2009 TopQuadrant Inc. Slide 10 Example: Value of Plancks Constant in SI and CGS Units
© Copyright 2009 TopQuadrant Inc. Slide 11 System Dimensions for Quantity Kinds
© Copyright 2009 TopQuadrant Inc. Slide 12 Example: Dimensions for Permittivity
© Copyright 2009 TopQuadrant Inc. Slide 13 SPIN Functions Using QUDT SPARQL Inference Notation (SPIN) -- RDF vocabularies enabling the use of SPARQL to define constraints and inference rules on Semantic Web models SPARQL Inference Notation (SPIN) QUDSPIN -- A library of SPIN functions and templates utilizing the QUDT ontology to convert between units, calculate products and quotients of quantities, etc. QUDSPIN
© Copyright 2009 TopQuadrant Inc. Slide 14 Unit Conversion Function
© Copyright 2009 TopQuadrant Inc. Slide 15 Unit Conversion Example
© Copyright 2009 TopQuadrant Inc. Slide 16 Quantity Kind Product Function
© Copyright 2009 TopQuadrant Inc. Slide 17 Quantity Kind Product Example
© Copyright 2009 TopQuadrant Inc. Slide 18 Current and Future Work Dimensional Data Type Systems Equations (Physical Laws) Relating Quantity Kinds Structural Type of Quantity Kinds (scalar, vector, tensor, etc.) Association Between Measurement Events, Measured Quantities, and Expression in Engineering Units Dimensionless Numbers
© Copyright 2009 TopQuadrant Inc. Slide 19 References and Sources Bureau International des Poids et Mesures Bureau International des Poids et Mesures The NIST Reference on Constants, Units, and Uncertainty The NIST Reference on Constants, Units, and Uncertainty VIM 3: International Vocabulary of Metrology VIM 3: International Vocabulary of Metrology Eric Weissteins World of Science Classical Electrodynamics, J.D. Jackson, Wiley & Sons, 3rd Edition (1998)
© Copyright 2009 TopQuadrant Inc. Slide 20 Links The QUDT Ontology is available at http://www.qudt.org. Includes: http://www.qudt.org. –QUDT Schema and Instance Data –Physical Constants published in the NIST Reference on Constants, Units and Uncertainty –Links between QUDT URIs and DBPedia URIs (uses SKOS ontology for linking)
QUDT An OWL Ontology for Quantities, Units, Dimensions and Data Types Han Wang April 3 rd, 2013.
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