CONCEPTUAL KNOWLEDGE MODEL FOR RESEARCH OF CRITICAL ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURES
Tatiana N. Vorozhtsova, Natalia I. Pyatkova
Melentiev Energy Systems Institute Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences
The article proposes a conceptual model of knowledge for the study of the fuel and energy complex as a critical infrastructure. A system of interrelated ontological models reflecting the basic concepts of the subject area and their relationship is proposeing as a conceptual model. The structure of the fuel and energy complex objects, the tasks of research from the standpoint of energy security, the models used for research and the corresponding information base are considered. Quantitative information is presented by technical and economic characteristics of energy facilities, reporting data and research results on the development of the fuel and energy complex. The developed system of ontologies is using to structure and integrate knowledge in the study of critical energy infrastructures.
critical infrastructure, energy security, fuel and energy complex, ontology, metaontology, conceptual model, knowledge modeling, fractal model