Ontological Supply Chain Management: Concepts, Applications, Extensions

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December 12, 2013

Ontological Supply Chain Management: Concepts, Applications, Extensions

SCOM: Multi-Layer Ontological Model for Supply Chain Systems© aims to create a model for tracking and tracing products, agents, flows and operations of a supply chain with an upper ontology.
It will hopefully let us to track or trace most properties in not-usual supply chains such as interstellar supply chains (eg. raw materials from the planet Mars), health-related supply chains (eg. blood products), food management (eg. genetic structures of agricultural products), environmental issues of production systems (eg. nuclear power usage in a production process) and protection of art and artistic materials (eg. tracing an artifact).

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.1198642

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H. Kemal Ilter

December 12, 2013
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  1. ONTOLOGICAL SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Concepts, Applications, Extensions H. Kemal İlter,

    BEng, MBA, PhD @hkilter December 2013 https://speakerdeck.com/kilter/scom
  2. CONTENTS Introduction Problem SCOM (Ontological Supply Chain Management) Concepts Ontological

    Foundations and SC(M) Ontology Expectations for Project Output Applications Supply Chain Markup Language (SCML) Visualization of the Supply Chain (ViSC) Overall Optimization of SCs (OOSC) A Managerial Tool: Supply Chain Dashboard (SCD) Extensions Interstellar supply chains Planetary operations management Supply chains’ fitness landscape * High-end product tracking/tracing systems: A new kind of material * Fifth state of the matter: Informational state * KEZON: First man-made composite particle Discussion Questions Project Patent Future*
  3. INTRODUCTION Ontology In computer science and information science, an ontology

    formally represents knowledge as a set of concepts within a domain, using a shared vocabulary to denote the types, properties and interrelationships of those concepts. The creation of domain ontologies is also fundamental to the definition and use of an enterprise architecture framework. Ref: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ontology_(information_science)
  4. INTRODUCTION An Example: Pencil Ontology

  5. INTRODUCTION Problems Ontological models Definitions and information sharing Planning and

    driving complex systems Unreal modeling
  6. INTRODUCTION SCOM (Ontological Supply Chain Management) 402 2013 This project

    230 2011 A Methodology for the Exploration of Supply Chain Architecture 212 2010 Approaches Using to Measure Supply Chain Performance and Successful Performance Measurement 181 2009 Supply Chain Structure of the Corrugated Board Industry in Turkey 119 2008 A Conceptual Model of Supply Chain Management 102 2007 Supply Chain Management Ontology: Towards an Ontology-Based SCM Model 33 2006 Draft
  7. INTRODUCTION SCOM (Ontological Supply Chain Management) Ontological framework Concept map

    Dictionary Vocabulary Objects Object properties Parametric functions Formal model Numeric model Visual model
  8. INTRODUCTION SCOM (Ontological Supply Chain Management)

  9. CONCEPTS Ontological Foundations and SC(M) Ontology Product (Output): Goods, Service,

    Waste, etc. Member: Producer, Supplier, Customer, Transporter, Distributor, etc.
  10. CONCEPTS Ontological Foundations and SC(M) Ontology Flow: Material, Money, Information,

    etc. Operation: Planning, Sourcing, Production, Transportation, Return, etc.
  11. CONCEPTS Expectations for Project Output

  12. CONCEPTS Expectations for Project Output

  13. CONCEPTS Expectations for Project Output

  14. CONCEPTS Expectations for Project Output

  15. CONCEPTS Expectations for Project Output

  16. CONCEPTS Expectations for Project Output

  17. CONCEPTS Expectations for Project Output Ontological models Definitions and information

    sharing Planning and driving complex systems Unreal modeling
  18. APPLICATIONS Product Tracking/Tracing

  19. APPLICATIONS Supply Chain Markup Language (SCML)

  20. APPLICATIONS Supply Chain Markup Language (SCML)

  21. APPLICATIONS Supply Chain Markup Language (SCML)

  22. APPLICATIONS Visualization of the Supply Chain (ViSC)

  23. APPLICATIONS Overall Optimization of SCs (OOSC)

  24. APPLICATIONS A Managerial Tool: Supply Chain Dashboard (SCD)

  25. EXTENSIONS Interstellar supply chains Planetary operations management Supply chains’ fitness

    landscape * High-end product tracking/tracing systems: A new kind of material * Fifth state of the matter: Informational state * KEZON: First man-made composite particle
  26. QUESTIONS

  27. ONTOLOGICAL SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Concepts, Applications, Extensions H. Kemal İlter,

    BEng, MBA, PhD @hkilter December 2013 THANKS https://speakerdeck.com/kilter/scom