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Ontology-Based Policy Refinement Using SWRL Rules for Management Information Definitions in OWL

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Ontology-Based Policy Refinement Using SWRL Rules for Management Information Definitions in OWL
Abstract. The goal of ontology-based management is to improve the manageability of network resources through the application of formal ontologies. Prior research work has studied their application to represent the management information definitions, the mapping and merging processes to obtain a semantic integration of those definitions, and the representation of behaviour and policy definitions. Using ontologies allows the additional advantage of integrating, in the same semantic manager, business and service level ontologies with the network management ontology, in a framework for automated management. This integration allows for policy refinement and interoperation between high level policies and low level policies.
Antonio Guerrero, Víctor A. Villagrá
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where DSOM
Authors Antonio Guerrero, Víctor A. Villagrá, Jorge E. López de Vergara, Alfonso Sánchez-Macián, Julio Berrocal
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