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Modelling of an ontology for a communication platform: More safety at football events by improving the communication between stakeholders

: Moßgraber, Jürgen; Schenk, Manfred; Hilbring, Desiree

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Created on: 25.8.2015

Koszalka, Leszek (Ed.) ; International Academy, Research, and Industry Association -IARIA-:
Ninth International Conference on Advances in Semantic Processing, SEMAPRO 2015 : July 19 - 24, 2015; Nice, France
IARIA, 2015
ISBN: 978-1-61208-420-6
International Conference on Advances in Semantic Processing (SEMAPRO) <9, 2015, Nice>
Conference Paper, Electronic Publication
Fraunhofer IOSB ()
ontology design; communication platform; web ontology language (OWL)

Safety and security in football events has been a heavily debated topic in the media for years. Especially communication processes between the police authorities, private security services, town councils, supporters and other spectators have often been neglected. Communication processes in the context of football matches can encounter technical limitations. Traditional communication channels are often characterized by a one-way communication structure, delayed forwarding of information or limited quality (e.g., stadium announcements). To address these problems, a new communication platform is explored. The semantic basis for this platform is formed by an ontology. The usage and benefits of the ontology are manifold: 1) The design process created a better understanding among the stakeholders. 2) The actors, roles and their relations are used for information filtering and access restrictions. 3) The relations of the ontology are used for structuring the information and navigating through it. 4) Heterogeneous information is fused into the platform from existing systems by annotating the data with concepts from the ontology. In this paper, the design of the ontology based on research of already existing ontologies is presented.