AN ONTOLOGY SYSTEM FOR STUDYING THE ANTHROPOGENIC IMPACT OF ENERGY FACILITIES ON THE ENVIRONMENT
Vorozhtsova T.N., Maysyuk E.P., Ivanova I.U.
Melentiev Energy Systems Institute SB RAS
The paper proposes the development of a system of interrelated ontologies intended for the formalized description and harmonizing of terminology of different subject areas-energy and ecology when performing research on the harmful impact of energy facilities on the environment. The work is carried out within the framework of the RFBR project "Methods of building an ontological knowledge space for intelligent decision-making support in the energy sector and environment, in terms of the quality of life". Ontological engineering of the subject area of research is performed. The methodological approaches used in the study of the problem of anthropogenic impact of energy facilities and the conduct of relevant quantitative assessments are considered. To systematize environmental assessments and establish relationships between the main indicators describing the impact of energy activity on the elements of the environment, semantic methods are proposed, in particular ontological engineering of the subject area. The ontological approach systematizes the used basic terminology and allows you to visualize the relationships between elements of the natural environment, energy objects and their characteristics, impact factors, and also allows you to build a sequence of research and systematize the methodological support used to assess the impact of energy on the environment.
Anthropogenic influence, anthropogenic factor, anthropogenic impact, anthropogenic pollution, ontological engineering, ecology, energy