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2016/2017 Coursework Coursework A: CLIPS Translate the knowledge about cars into semantic network. This knowledge should incorporate several...

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2016/2017 Coursework Coursework A: CLIPS Translate the knowledge about cars into semantic network. This knowledge should
incorporate several different type of cars per use (sport cars, family cars, off-road
cars ), different type of engines (diesel, petrol, electric ) and respective type of
fitel, manufacturers (mercedes, audi, ), as well as the country of origin and with
particular instances/individuals. Your design is expected to have at least 12 nodes
and 12 relationships with different type of relationships, to include at least one inverse
relationship and one symmetric relationship. Encode designed semantic network in CLIPS and provide program which will: 1, Ask the user to enter starting concept in the domain of cars, e. g. sport cars or
diesel engine cars and respective relationship, e. g. a-kind—of or is-a; 2. Check for the existence of given concept and relationship in your semantic
network and write the warning message if either or both of them do not exist; 3, List all the properties and inherited properties of the given concept.
Write up report with a full account of your design, which will include: 1. Graphical representation of your semantic network with full account and
rationale for your choice of concepts (nodes) and relationships between them; 2. A brief account of your CLIPS program with rationale for fact and rule choices; 3. Description and explanation of more than one results from CLIPS which
demonstrate validity of your design and implementation; 4. Submit a version of the CLIPS program and the report electronically. Recommended Literature [1] J.Giarratano and G.Riley, Expert systems - principles and programming
Boston, U.S.A.: PWS Publishing Company, 1994. [2] P. Jackson, Introduction to Expert Systems, Third ed. Harlow, U.K.:
Addison Wesley Longman Ltd, 1998.

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éoursework B: OWL Ontology Design Create a lightweight ontology to represent knowledge in the domain of Vehicle (you
may wish to refer to the vehicle concept and term classification given in Figure l) and
implement it in OWL using Protege ontology editor. Expand the created lightweight
ontology into heavyweight ontology by introducing properties which will improve the
knowledge about vehicles, and in particular: 1. Create instances for concepts, in particular instances that refer to specific
types of cars and specific manufacturers; For implemented lightweight ontology specify disjoint classes as you think is
appropriate j, Specify the relationships (object property(ies)) which will indicate that each
vehicle must have at least one engine, type of fuel, particular body style and is manufactured by particular manufacturer. It is imperative that at least one
specified property has the sub-property(ies)', For each relationship you defined in task 3 specify its inverse relationship; In order to demonstrate appropriateness of your ontology, classify (infer) it
such that you can group specific type of vehicles into specific groups, for
example groups of Lexus cars, with all relevant instances being classified too; Assignment Report You are expected to submit your OWL file together with the written report which
will demonstrate: 1. Rationale for specifying some classes as disjoint classes: clearly indicate
which classes, why and how it has been implemented, Type and rationale for all specified object properties and their sub-properties:
clearly indicate which properties, why and how they have been implemented. Results and analysis ontology classification: you report should contain selection
and description of experiments and results together with discussion on results. Submit the ontology Protege OWL file with the report electronically.

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