SCOM Development of a Multi-layer Ontological Model for Supply Chains

SCOM Development of a Multi-layer Ontological Model for Supply Chains

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H. Kemal Ilter

October 16, 2015
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  1. SCOM© Development of a Multi-layer Ontological Model for Supply Chains

    http://j.mp/bipolar-scom ÜAS 2015, 15th Symposium on Production Research, October 14-16, 2015 İzmir H. Kemal İlter Assoc. Prof., Yıldırım Beyazıt University, Ankara Akif A. Bulgak Prof., Concordia University, Montréal
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  3. AGENDA Introduction Ontology Problems Supply Chain Ontologies Concepts SCOM©: Multi-Layer

    Ontological Model for Supply Chain Systems Case Study Paper Recycling Supply Chain Questions
  4. 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)
  5. INTRODUCTION Problems Ontological models Definitions and information sharing Planning and

    driving complex systems Unreal modeling This presentation is centering upon a supply chain ontology model, which is at the intersection of various problems.
  6. INTRODUCTION Supply Chain Ontologies Foundational aspects of a supply chain

    are widely discussed by supply chain researchers. In addition to these, relatively new issues are also studied. Such new issues include sustainability, member relations, value optimization, scaling, and macro/micro dimensioning of SCs. Significant ontological works and their focus areas
  7. 402 2013 SCOM©: Multi-Layer Ontological Model for Supply Chain Systems

    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 CONCEPTS - History SCOM©: Multi-Layer Ontological Model for Supply Chain Systems Parameters Applications
  8. CONCEPTS SCOM©: Multi-Layer Ontological Model for Supply Chain Systems

  9. CONCEPTS SCOM©: Multi-Layer Ontological Model for Supply Chain Systems

  10. CONCEPTS

  11. CONCEPTS SCOM©: Multi-Layer Ontological Model for Supply Chain Systems

  12. CONCEPTS SCOM©: Multi-Layer Ontological Model for Supply Chain Systems

  13. CONCEPTS - Development SCOM©: Multi-Layer Ontological Model for Supply Chain

    Systems Ontological framework Concept map Dictionary Vocabulary Objects Object properties Parametric functions Formal model Numeric model Visual model In the SCOM development process, information arranged in layers is converted to a SCML codec which supports by XML language to code any supply chain in a digital file. This file is used for creating a SCOM-based SC architecture to solve indicated problems.
  14. CASE STUDY Paper The notepad, in this case study, has

    various parts to be combined to make the final product: a paperboard as cover, paper sheets in a certain dimension, ink for drawing lines and printing the cover title, and a binder (which contains metal and plastic types) for combining all in one piece.
  15. CASE STUDY Layers SCOM architecture will appear after combining these

    four layers in an unified layer. Therefore, properties of layers and sub-layers can be seen in a unique SC network. Ontological applications of the layers can be combined as well.
  16. CASE STUDY Layers expanded Product (Output): Goods, Service, Waste, etc.

    Agent: Producer, Supplier, Customer, Transporter, Distributor, etc. Flow: Material, Money, Information, etc. Operation: Planning, Sourcing, Production, Transportation, Return, etc.
  17. CASE STUDY

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  19. Returned product, Wastepaper Paper production Recycling CASE STUDY Layers combined

  20. QUESTIONS

  21. SCOM© Development of a Multi-layer Ontological Model for Supply Chains

    ÜAS 2015, 15th Symposium on Production Research, October 14-16, 2015 İzmir H. Kemal İlter Assoc. Prof., Yıldırım Beyazıt University, Ankara Akif A. Bulgak Prof., Concordia University, Montréal