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Navigating the POPE Ontology

By laelaf1, venkat1

1. Purdue University

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What knowledge is included in POPE? There are three knowledge components: guideline knowledge, mathematical knowledge and information representations. The guideline knowledge component includes representations of actions and decisions. The mathematical knowledge component includes descriptions of mathematical model components, such as inputs, outputs, constants and assumptions, as well as model solution steps. The information representation describes materials, properties, experiments, formulations and unit operations.

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