We propose the CREAM (CREAtivity Machine) software system to enhance the creativity of experts during vulnerability and risk assessment of complex sociotechnical systems. Our assumption is that a new idea related to a risk can be represented as a fragment of a conceptual model, here named risk mini-model, that can be generated by means of an ontology-based approach for computational creativity. In our solution risk mini-models activate a creative process for stakeholders to identify and understand risks. The whole set of risk mini-models for a specific risk constitutes a risk conceptual model. Such models are included in a knowledge base together with a domain ontology and a set of rules. © Springer International Publishing AG 2017.

Enhancing creativity in risk assessment of complex sociotechnical systems

Villani, M.L.;De Nicola, A.
2017

Abstract

We propose the CREAM (CREAtivity Machine) software system to enhance the creativity of experts during vulnerability and risk assessment of complex sociotechnical systems. Our assumption is that a new idea related to a risk can be represented as a fragment of a conceptual model, here named risk mini-model, that can be generated by means of an ontology-based approach for computational creativity. In our solution risk mini-models activate a creative process for stakeholders to identify and understand risks. The whole set of risk mini-models for a specific risk constitutes a risk conceptual model. Such models are included in a knowledge base together with a domain ontology and a set of rules. © Springer International Publishing AG 2017.
9783319623948
Water system;Risk assessment;Computational creativity;Ontology
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