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In this chapter, we report the design of an ontology (called onto-ServSys) for the relevant service system construct used in the Service Science, Management and Engineering (SSME) arena. These conceptual artifacts have been used to establish a non-ambiguous and common set of basic constructs for supporting automated reasoning on a domain of interest in intelligent systems. While this reported ontology is initial, and still conceptual, we claim it is useful to advance on an integrated view of service systems, which at present, given the multiple and disparate literatures, is fragmented and disperse. Such integration is realized through a Systems Approach, and its design is guided by a conceptual design research method.
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