Control of mathematical modeling process of dynamics of harmful substances concentrations on the basis of ontological approach

The problem of building a mathematical model of the dynamics of nitrogen dioxide concentrations at different parts of the city is considered in the paper. The peculiarities of the construction of such models on the basis of periodic measurement of concentrations of harmful substances and identification on the basis of the measurements obtained are considered.

This paper also proposes an ontological approach as a control tool that greatly simplifies the systematic standardized methods of the models storage, the process of their construction and appropriate usage in practice.

The use of the ontological model allows formalizing the process of obtaining, storing and using relevant knowledge and is suitable for more intelligent systems, such as identification of obviously erroneous solutions based on the model, predictive control of the model, optimization of the decision-making process based on knowledge and modeling of an appropriate technological flow chart.

This paper also describes the features of the construction of the corresponding ontological model, the pattern of choice of a nonlinear model with "switching" to different conditions. Relevant experimental studies have also been conducted to confirm the effectiveness of the proposed approach.

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