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The objectives of Semantic Information Modeling are to enable:
- Interoperability of systems and information integration, through
System independent information models
A standardized formal language for expressing information, knowledge and requirements
A universal data exchange format
Natural language independency and automated translation
- Applying logic reasoning on data, knowledge and requirements, for
Intelligent searching (Queries)
Computer augmented design, fabrication and maintenance
Computer augmented verification of requirements
This website introduces:
- A methodology for Semantic Information Modeling.
- The definition of Formal English, Formal Dutch and other formalized natural language variants.
Registered users have access to
- A wiki guide on the development of Semantic Information Models in Formal English using the Gellish Semantic Modeling Methodology.
The webshop offers:
- Formal Dictionary-Taxonomy-Ontology with Windows Search Engine (English) and Dutch (Nederlands).
The dictionary-taxonomy-ontology and search engine software and user guide can be downloaded and installed on Windows PC's to search for terms and to navigate through the taxonomy-ontology.
It comprises the vocabulary and definition that defines Formal English.
- Semantic Modeling in Formal English, Information Exchange and Interoperability of Systems (2014) Also available as eBook:
- Formalized Natural Languages, Definition and Application of Universal Information Modeling Languages (2014) The 2nd edition of 'Gellish, a Generic Extensible Ontological Language' (2005); PhD, Delft University of Technology.
- Licenses for the Gellish Semantic Modeling Methodology and for the Formal English definition, giving:
- The latest versions of the basic Ontology and Domain Dictionaries-Taxonomies
- The protected part of the knowledge base and Wiki
- Free of charge access to the purchasable documents
- 10% reduction on the purchasable software
- Help desk support for a maximum of 10 '10 minute' requests per year
- Processing of 10 requests for Domain Dictionary-Taxonomy extensions or enhancements per year
- Guides on the application of the Gellish Semantic Modeling Methodology:
- Part 1: Architecture of Information Models - a generic architecture for integration of information, knowledge and requirements about facilities and their operation
- Part 1A: Principles and Guidelines on Semantic Modeling
- Part 2: Development of electronic Dictionaries & Taxonomies
- Part 3A: Knowledge Modeling
- Part 3B: Specification of Requirements and Verification of Deliverables
- Part 4: Facility Information Management using Facility Information Models (incl. BIM)
- Part 5: Modeling of Activities and Processes
- Part 6: Creation of Facility Information Models and Product Models
- Part 7: Modeling of Rules and Regulations (in preparation)
- Part 8: Integration of Product Models in 1D, 2D and 3D (data, drawings and 3D-models)
- Part 9: Modeling of Measurements and Observations
- Information Management Guide