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Representation ontologies visualized geodata

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S.K. Dulin – Dr. Sc. (Eng.), Professor, Leading Research Scientist, FRC «Computer Science and Control» RAS (Moscow) N.G. Dulina – Ph. D. (Eng.), Senior Research Scientist, FRC «Computer Science and Control» RAS (Moscow) D.A. Nikishin – Ph. D. (Eng.), Head of Sector, FRC «Computer Science and Control» RAS (Moscow)


The article discusses the status of the integration of ontologies images obtained as a result of monitoring of the Arctic zone. The images have a dual nature, being the fields with continuous performance at the level of measurement and classification of objects on the level, so they need to own ontological description other than and independent of the application domain ontology. We propose to use multi-level ontology for images by combining the paradigm of the field and the object and distinguishing between ontologies and user image.
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