An ontology supporting planning, analysis, and simulation of evolving Digital Ecosystems

Title:

An ontology supporting planning, analysis, and simulation of evolving Digital Ecosystems

Access Right:

Closed Access

DOI:

10.1145/3012071.3012081

Authors:

Johannes Biermann, Anna-Grit Eggers, Fabio Corubolo, Simon Waddington

Keywords:

Models and Ontologies

Contributor :

Preserveware Editor

Date:

11/05/2017

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Digital Ecosystems (DEs) are interwoven networks of Digital Objects (DOs), policies, processes, services and user communities, within constantly changing and interacting environments. Their complex grown structures can be difficult to maintain and it can be hard to foresee the impact of planned and unplanned change.






The PERICLES EU FP7 project developed the Digital Ecosystem Model (DEM), an ontology to model those complex DEs for supporting their maintenance and preservation. It provides concepts to express dependencies, provenance and analysis. Planned or unplanned changes to a DE represented via the DEM can be simulated in advance to analyse and mitigate risks, and to assure the quality of the DE architecture.

Publication Date

01/11/2016

Meeting/Conference it was published in

MEDES

Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Management of Digital EcoSystems. Hendaye, France, 2-4 November 2016

Conference proceedings, Pages 26-33

Published by  the ACM Digital Library and DBLP.

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