Muñoz Mata, Edrisi
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CEPIMA - Center for Process and Environment Engineering
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  • Using mathematical knowledge management to support integrated decision-making in the enterprise

     Muñoz Mata, Edrisi; Capon Garcia, Elisabeth; Lainez, Jose M.; Espuña Camarasa, Antonio; Puigjaner Corbella, Lluis
    Computers & chemical engineering
    Date of publication: 2014-07-04
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    The basis of decision-making in the enterprise consists in formally representing the system and its subsystems in models which adequately capture those features which are necessary to reach consistent decisions. This work represents the elements of the enterprise which are included in mathematical models (i.e. decisions, parameters, constraints, performance indicators) in an ontology which captures the knowledge of the mathematical domain. Thus, this ontology relates the mathematical elements of the models to their corresponding semantic representation within the enterprise ontology. As a result, the mathematical symbolic abstractions of a given enterprise element in different models are directly linked to their actual unique meaning, and the integration of decisions in the enterprise is transparent and improved. The purpose of this work is illustrated in a case study related to capacity planning in the supply chain and scheduling problems. (C) 2014 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

    The basis of decision-making in the enterprise consists in formally representing the system and its subsystems in models which adequately capture those features which are necessary to reach consistent decisions. This work represents the elements of the enterprise which are included in mathematical models (i.e. decisions, parameters, constraints, performance indicators) in an ontology which captures the knowledge of the mathematical domain. Thus, this ontology relates the mathematical elements of the models to their corresponding semantic representation within the enterprise ontology. As a result, the mathematical symbolic abstractions of a given enterprise element in different models are directly linked to their actual unique meaning, and the integration of decisions in the enterprise is transparent and improved. The purpose of this work is illustrated in a case study related to capacity planning in the supply chain and scheduling problems. (C) 2014 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  • Integration of Methods for Optimization in a Knowledge Management Framework

     Muñoz Mata, Edrisi; Capon Garcia, Elisabeth; Lainez, Jose M.; Espuña Camarasa, Antonio; Puigjaner Corbella, Lluis
    European Symposium on Computer Aided Process Engineering
    Presentation's date: 2014-06-17
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    The solution of process systems engineering problems involves their formal representation and application of algorithms and strategies related to several scientific disciplines, such as computer science or operations research. In this work, the domain of operations research is modelled within a semantic representation in order to systematize the application of the available methods and tools to the decision-making processes within organizations. As a result, an operation research ontology is created. Such ontology is embedded in a wider framework that contains two additional ontologies, namely, the enterprise ontology project and a mathematical representation, and additionally it communicates with optimization algorithms. The new ontology provides a means for automating the creation of mathematical models based on operations research principles.

  • Knowledge management framework for assessing environmental impact in the enterprise

     Capon Garcia, Elisabeth; Muñoz Mata, Edrisi; Lainez, Jose M.; Espuña Camarasa, Antonio; Puigjaner Corbella, Lluis; Hungerbühler, K.
    European Symposium on Computer Aided Process Engineering
    Presentation's date: 2014-06-17
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    Since enterprises are highly involved systems, decision-making becomes a highly challenging task, and decision process is usually separated in several levels. Nevertheless, such levels are closely related, since they share data and information. Therefore, effective integration among the different hierarchical levels, by means of tools improving information sharing and communication, may play a crucial role for the enhanced enterprise operation, and consequently for fulfilling the enterprise¿s goals. Ontologies stand for an excellent choice for building complex models maintaining a high level of flexibility, re-usability, usability and easiness of maintenance. This work proposes the re-use of an ontological model for the integrated enterprises structure in order to include the environmental assessment function. The ontological framework facilitates integration among the different decision levels, and works as the mechanism for information and knowledge sharing for multiple applications. An example related to the waste-to-energy problem in the industry illustrates the opportunity for providing decision makers with new technologies to assess and evaluate the plant performance.

  • Integration of enterprise levels based on an ontological framework

     Muñoz Mata, Edrisi; Capon Garcia, Elisabeth; Lainez, Jose M.; Espuña Camarasa, Antonio; Puigjaner Corbella, Luis
    Chemical engineering research and design
    Date of publication: 2013-08
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    Enterprises are highly complex systems in which one or more organizations share a definite mission, goals and objectives to offer a product or service. In this study, an ontological framework is built as a mechanism for exchanging information and knowledge models for multiple applications and effective integration between hierarchical levels. The potential of the general semantic framework that is developed is demonstrated using a case study concerning the enterprise supply chain network design-planning problem.

    Enterprises are highly complex systems in which one or more organizations share a definite mission, goals and objectives to offer a product or service. In this study, an ontological framework is built as a mechanism for exchanging information and knowledge models for multiple applications and effective integration between hierarchical levels. The potential of the general semantic framework that is developed is demonstrated using a case study concerning the enterprise supply chain network design-planning problem

  • Decision making support based on a process engineering ontology for waste treatment plant optimization

     Muñoz Mata, Edrisi; Capon Garcia, Elisabeth; Hungerbühler, K.; Espuña Camarasa, Antonio; Puigjaner Corbella, Lluis
    AIDIC Conference Series
    Date of publication: 2013
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    Use of ontological structures for integrated supply chain management  Open access

     Silvente Saiz, Javier; Crexells Domingo, Guillem; Zamarripa Pérez, Miguel Ángel; Muñoz Mata, Edrisi; Espuña Camarasa, Antonio
    Chemical Engineering Transactions
    Date of publication: 2013
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    The integration of the different hierarchical decision making levels involved within a Chemical Supply Chain is essential for its adequate management in dynamic and competitive markets. Any approach encompassing design issues, planning, coordination and responses to customer demands, requires the consideration of huge amounts of data, which are a valuable source of information only if properly managed. But these data could also cause a lack of coordination if not stored and interpreted appropriately, so standardizing information structures and tools to improve the availability and communication of data information between different hierarchical decision levels is essential. Thus, this work addresses the problem of making the best use of the information systems associated to a Supply Chain, in order to improve the knowledge and the information comprehension capabilities in the area of Process Systems Engineering.

    The integration of the different hierarchical decision making levels involved within a Chemical Supply Chain is essential for its adequate management in dynamic and competitive markets. Any approach encompassing design issues, planning, coordination and responses to customer demands, requires the consideration of huge amounts of data, which are a valuable source of information only if properly managed. But these data could also cause a lack of coordination if not stored and interpreted appropriately, so standardizing information structures and tools to improve the availability and communication of data information between different hierarchical decision levels is essential. Thus, this work addresses the problem of making the best use of the information systems associated to a Supply Chain, in order to improve the knowledge and the information comprehension capabilities in the area of Process Systems Engineering.

  • Considering environmental assessment in an ontological framework for enterprise sustanability

     Muñoz Mata, Edrisi; Capon Garcia, Elisabeth; Lainez, Jose M.; Espuña Camarasa, Antonio; Puigjaner Corbella, Lluis
    Renewable energy global innovations
    Date of publication: 2013-04-17
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  • Mathematical knowledge management for enterprise decision making

     Muñoz Mata, Edrisi; Capon Garcia, Elisabeth; Lainez, Jose M.; Espuña Camarasa, Antonio; Puigjaner Corbella, Lluis
    Computer aided chemical engineering
    Date of publication: 2013
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    The basis of decision-making in the enterprise consists of formally representing the system and its subsystems in a model which adequately captures those features which are necessary to reach consistent decisions. This works aims at integrating the elements of the enterprise (i.e., decisions, parameters, constraints, performance indicators) which are included in mathematical models to a semantic representation of the enterprise by the creation of an ontology which captures the meaning of the mathematical language. As a result, the integration of decisions in enterprise may be achieved. The purpose of this work is illustrated in a case study related to plant capacity in the supply chain and scheduling problems.

  • Mathematical knowledge management for enterprise decision making

     Muñoz Mata, Edrisi; Capon Garcia, Elisabet; Lainez Aguirre, Jose Miguel; Espuña Camarasa, Antonio; Puigjaner Corbella, Lluis
    European Symposium on Computer Aided Process Engineering
    Presentation's date: 2013-06-12
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    The basis of decision-making in the enterprise consists of formally representing the system and its subsystems in a model which adequately captures those features which are necessary to reach consistent decisions. This works aims at integrating the elements of the enterprise (i.e., decisions, parameters, constraints, performance indicators) which are included in mathematical models to a semantic representation of the enterprise by the creation of an ontology which captures the meaning of the mathematical language. As a result, the integration of decisions in enterprise may be achieved. The purpose of this work is illustrated in a case study related to plant capacity in the supply chain and scheduling problems.

  • Decision making support based on a process engineering ontology for waste treatment plant optimizationy

     Muñoz Mata, Edrisi; Capon Garcia, Elisabeth; Hungerbühler, K.; Espuña Camarasa, Antonio; Puigjaner Corbella, Lluis
    International Conference on Chemical and Process Engineering
    Presentation's date: 2013-06-04
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  • Use of ontological structures for integrated supply chain management

     Silvente Saiz, Javier; Zamarripa Pérez, Miguel Ángel; Crexells Domingo, Guillem; Muñoz Mata, Edrisi; Espuña Camarasa, Antonio
    International Conference on Chemical and Process Engineering
    Presentation's date: 2013-06-03
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    The integration of the different hierarchical decision making levels involved within a Chemical Supply Chain is essential for its adequate management in dynamic and competitive markets. Any approach encompassing design issues, planning, coordination and responses to customer demands, requires the consideration of huge amounts of data, which are a valuable source of information only if properly managed. But these data could also cause a lack of coordination if not stored and interpreted appropriately, so standardizing information structures and tools to improve the availability and communication of data information between different hierarchical decision levels is essential. Thus, this work addresses the problem of making the best use of the information systems associated to a Supply Chain, in order to improve the knowledge and the information comprehension capabilities in the area of Process Systems Engineering.

  • Operational, Tactical and Strategical Integration for Enterprise Decision-Making

     Muñoz Mata, Edrisi; Capon Garcia, Elisabet; Lainez Aguirre, Jose Miguel; Moreno Benito, Marta; Espuña Camarasa, Antonio; Puigjaner Corbella, Luis
    Computer aided chemical engineering
    Date of publication: 2012
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    Enterprises are highly complex systems in which one or more organizations share a definite mission, goals and objectives to offer a product or service. As a result, decision-making in the enterprise becomes a highly challenging task, which is usually classified in several levels. In this work, an ontological framework is built as a mechanism for exchanging information and knowledge models for multiple applications and effective integration between the different hierarchical levels. The potential of the general semantic framework developed (model maintenance, usability and re-usability) is demonstrated using a case study concerning the enterprise supply chain network design-planning problem.

  • Information management for environmental impact assessment in an integrated enterprise structure based on an ontological framework

     Muñoz Mata, Edrisi; Capon Garcia, Elisabet; Lainez Aguirre, Jose Miguel; Espuña Camarasa, Antonio; Puigjaner Corbella, Luis
    AIChE Annual Meeting
    Presentation's date: 2012-10
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  • Operational, tactical and strategical integration for enterprise decsision-making

     Muñoz Mata, Edrisi; Capon Garcia, Elisabet; Lainez Aguirre, Jose Miguel; Moreno Benito, Marta; Espuña Camarasa, Antonio; Puigjaner Corbella, Luis
    European Symposium on Computer Aided Process Engineering
    Presentation's date: 2012-06-20
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  • Data management in the processes for enterprise wide optimization using an ontological framework

     Muñoz Mata, Edrisi; Capon Garcia, Elisabet; Lainez Aguirre, Jose Miguel; Espuña Camarasa, Antonio; Puigjaner Corbella, Luis
    AIChE Annual Meeting
    Presentation's date: 2012-10
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  • Ontological framework for integrating environmental issues within sustainable enterprise

     Muñoz Mata, Edrisi; Capon Garcia, Elisabet; Lainez Aguirre, Jose Miguel; Espuña Camarasa, Antonio; Puigjaner Corbella, Luis
    International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Ontology Development
    Presentation's date: 2012-10
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  • Scheduling and control decision-making under an integrated information environment

     Muñoz Mata, Edrisi; Capon Garcia, Elisabet; Moreno Benito, Marta; Espuña Camarasa, Antonio; Puigjaner Corbella, Luis
    Computers & chemical engineering
    Date of publication: 2011-05-11
    Journal article

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    The complexity of decision-making in process industries and the need of highly competitive organizations require new supporting tools to coordinate and optimize the information flow among decision levels. This work presents a framework for integrating the scheduling and control decision levels by means of an ontology, which allows and coordinates the information exchange among the different modeling paradigms/conventions currently used for the enterprise-wide optimization (EWO). The scheduling of two multiproduct batch plants with increasing complexity is presented for illustrating the proposed working procedure.

  • Integration of a multilevel control system in an ontological information environment

     Muñoz Mata, Edrisi; Espuña Camarasa, Antonio; Puigjaner Corbella, Luis
    Computer aided chemical engineering
    Date of publication: 2011
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  • Integration of a multilevel control system in an ontological information environment

     Muñoz Mata, Edrisi; Espuña Camarasa, Antonio; Puigjaner Corbella, Luis
    European Symposium on Computer Aided Process Engineering
    Presentation's date: 2011-05-30
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  • EXTENDIENDO LOS HORIZONTES PRODUCTIVOS FRENTE A LA PARADOJA DE LA INTEGRACIÓN

     Pérez Moya, Montserrat; Nougues, Jose Maria; Roca Mussons, Fco. Javier; Perales Lorente, Jose Francisco; Velo Garcia, Enrique; Muñoz Mata, Edrisi; Abdelaleem Taha Ziez, Ahmed Shokry; Monroy Chora, Isaac; Moreno Benito, Marta; Silvente Saiz, Javier; Capon Garcia, Elisabet; Graells Sobre, Moises; Bojarski, Aaron David; Gallego Piñol, Eva; Zamarripa Pérez, Miguel Ángel; Yamal Turbay, Evelyn; Kopanos, Georgios; Puigjaner Corbella, Luis; Espuña Camarasa, Antonio
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  • Multilevel control system integration through and ontological chemical flexible nfrastructure

     Muñoz Mata, Edrisi; Espuña Camarasa, Antonio; Puigjaner Corbella, Luis
    AIChE Annual Meeting
    Presentation's date: 2010-11-08
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  • Scheduling and control decision-making under an integrated information environment

     Capon Garcia, Elisabet; Muñoz Mata, Edrisi; Moreno Benito, Marta; Espuña Camarasa, Antonio; Puigjaner Corbella, Luis
    European Symposium on Computer Aided Process Engineering
    Presentation's date: 2010-06-07
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    The complexity of decision-making in process industries and the need of highly competitive organizations require new supporting tools to coordinate and optimize the information flow among decision levels. This work presents a framework for integrating the scheduling and control decision levels by means of an ontology, which allows and coordinates the information exchange among the different modeling paradigms/conventions currently used for the enterprise-wide optimization (EWO). A multiproduct batch plant rescheduling case study is presented that illustrates the proposed working procedure.

  • CENTRE D'ENGINYERIA DE PROCESSOS I MEDI AMBIENT (CEPIMA)

     Pérez Moya, Montserrat; Nougues, Jose Maria; Roca Mussons, Fco. Javier; Velo Garcia, Enrique; Perales Lorente, Jose Francisco; Graells Sobre, Moises; Puigjaner Corbella, Luis; Monroy Chora, Isaac; Yamal Turbay, Evelyn; Zamarripa Pérez, Miguel Ángel; Silvente Saiz, Javier; Muñoz Mata, Edrisi; Abdelaleem Taha Ziez, Ahmed Shokry; Bojarski, Aaron David; Kopanos, Georgios; Capon Garcia, Elisabet; Moreno Benito, Marta; Pérez Fortes, Maria del Mar; Gallego Piñol, Eva; Espuña Camarasa, Antonio
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  • Communication within an integrated batch control

     Gradisar, Dejan; Copado, Pedro J.; Muñoz Mata, Edrisi; Moreno Benito, Marta; Espuña Camarasa, Antonio; Puigjaner Corbella, Luis
    Vienna International Conference on Mathematical Modelling
    Presentation's date: 2009-02-12
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