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A Generic Shell Approach for Kmowledge Elicitation AMD Representation im IDSs

Rafael Lazimy
1987 International Conference on Information Systems  
Based on these concepts, instantiates classes in the generic schema, and a graphical, semantic model for the conceptual builds a representation of the user's instance-level  ...  Then, a graphical, semantic model for the conceptual-schema representation of passive and active knowledge, called the extended ERA Model, is presented.  ...  Notice that one of the attribute sets in the domain of Using the product-mix domain for illustration KNOWLEDGE ELICITATION AND REPRESENTATION SYSTEM A generic production process includes three generic  ... 
dblp:conf/icis/Lazimy87 fatcat:yoi7gvdlgjgudbjcmycergvz24

Modeling the hierarchical structure of attachment representations: A test of domain differentiation

Chris G. Sibley, Nickola C. Overall
2008 Personality and Individual Differences  
same domain (domain-relationship congruent associations) but were not (in general) associated with ratings of relationship-specific attachment in other domains (domain-relationship incongruent associations  ...  In two independent samples, Hierarchical Linear Modeling analyses demonstrated that domain-specific representations were strongly associated with attachment ratings of specific relationships within that  ...  domains (e.g., romantic relationships in general, friendships in general, familial relationships in general), and these domain-specific representations are strongly linked to attachment orientations within  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.paid.2007.08.003 fatcat:z75tgzwifzdkfpcz57ljhg4phe

A meta-modeling approach to Web services

Fei Cao, B.R. Bryant, Wei Zhao, C.C. Burt, R.R. Raje, A.M. Olson, M. Auguston
2004 Proceedings. IEEE International Conference on Web Services, 2004.  
model using a model-specific generator.  ...  On the other hand, Model Integrated Computing (MIC) offers a means of system integration in the vertical direction by using domainspecific modeling, and then synthesizing the software system from the high-level  ...  The business domain information applies a generalization relationship to the operation entity, and technology domain information applies a generalization relationship to the binding entity.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icws.2004.1314824 dblp:conf/icws/CaoBZBROA04 fatcat:wjulnixgnrbbxd6gvb57hqhziq

Development of Ontology-based Domain Knowledge Model for IT Domain in e-Tutor Systems

Ghanim Hussein Ali Ahmed, Jawad Alshboul, Laszlo Kovacs
2022 International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications  
This paper represents a domain knowledge model for an e-tutoring system that enables knowledge to be stored in such a way separated from the domain of interest and assists in storing transfer and prerequisite  ...  Ontology as a technology has been studied in many areas and is being used in several fields.  ...  Second, a specific domain knowledge ontology is designed as a case study for IT domain in programming using different types of relationships such as specialization or generalization, association, and containment  ... 
doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2022.0130505 fatcat:5n35efxm7ngcvljl2sblpkrcqa

Transforming Natural Language into Controlled Language for Requirements Elicitation: A Knowledge Representation Approach [chapter]

Carlos Mario Zapata J, Bell Manrique
2012 Advances in Knowledge Representation  
The models are used for representing knowledge on this conceptual domain by using a formalization that specifies the most common concepts.  ...  In the requirements engineering field of knowledge, we can use a domain-model to describe the concepts of a domain and its interrelations, as well as a business-model to represent the business rules of  ...  The model can be a CONCEPTUAL MODEL or a DOMAIN MODEL. Through the whole process, the ANALYST applies a METHOD.  ... 
doi:10.5772/38311 fatcat:abcwypovcvfhzhrm2lvocrzmy4

Experimentation of a Graphical Concrete Syntax Generator for Domain Specific Modeling Languages

Blazo Nastov, François Pfister
2014 Congrès INFORSID  
Graphical Domain Specific Modeling Languages (DSML) are alternatives to general purpose modeling languages e.g. UML or SysML. They describe models with concepts and relations specific to a domain.  ...  Grounded on those classifications, we present how a part of the concrete syntax can be generated automatically from an abstract syntax by a graphical role election.  ...  This term is frequently used in the area of software development and the term refers to a particular domain (e.g. virtual machines, code generation, etc.) rather than a software domain.  ... 
dblp:conf/inforsid/NastovP14 fatcat:w7tsadvnybgzvcyiofjvyljmky

Ontology-Driven Generalization of Cartographic Representations by Aggregation and Dimensional Collapse [chapter]

Eric B. Wolf
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This dissertation proposes to show how ontologies can be used to inform automated generalization in these operations.  ...  Automatic generalization of cartographic features has been recognized as a goal of Geographic Information Science (GIScience).  ...  The data model of a spatial database is also explicit and formal. The data model explicitly defines the concepts used and the constraints on their use.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-04930-9_65 fatcat:fgwdil5ccfdr3a4x3mwr4xtsoy

Meta-modeling the Cultural Behavior Using Timed Influence Nets [chapter]

Faisal Mansoor, Abbas K. Zaidi, Lee Wagenhals, Alexander H. Levis
2009 Social Computing and Behavioral Modeling  
representation. • A Template IN offers a language for generalizing domain specific INs that captuer an SME's understanding of the key concepts and the high-order relationships among them. • A mapping from  ...  Template IN variables to Ontology concepts can be used to instantiate a domain-specific IN as an starting point for a new model and analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4419-0056-2_19 fatcat:ltayqiifnbe7beni443fbzk42a

Automatic Generation of Hierarchical Taxonomies from Free Text Using Linguistic Algorithms [chapter]

Juan Lloréns, Hernán Astudillo
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The created taxonomies can be used as kernel for complete domain representation of a particular knowledge area. The domain representation could allow software architects to reuse Information.  ...  In order to test the algorithms, an example domain is presented to exemplify the use of the technique. Juan Lloréns and Hernan Astudillo  ...  The algorithm presented here has evolved from experiments by Irene and us at the end of the 90's.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-46105-1_9 fatcat:jlbp2c5iwbbgrhommcri3dyare

An ontology-based technique for the specification of domain and user models in multi-agent domain

Carla Gomes de Faria, Rosario Girardi
2018 CLEI Electronic Journal  
Because of its facilities for the generalization and specialization of concepts and the unambiguous terminology they provide, ontologies are being used for the representation of reusable software artifacts  ...  This work describes GRAMO, an ontology-based technique for the specification of domain and user models in Multi-Agent Domain Engineering.  ...  Concept modeling builds a model of domain concepts, representing the concepts of the domain and the relationships between them. Fig.  ... 
doi:10.19153/cleiej.7.1.7 fatcat:je2y4exf4jbwthq2ijpcdkx7sy

A multiple layered functional data model to support multiple representations and interoperability of GIS

Mohamed El Adnani, Kokou Yétongnon, Djamal Benslimane
2001 Proceedings of the ninth ACM international symposium on Advances in geographic information systems - GIS '01  
The object classes define multiple views or representations of a domain.  ...  Keywords This paper presents a multi-layered functional data model to support multiple representation and information sharing among distributed spatial information systems.  ...  -associations with domains classes: a generic class can be linked by a derivation relationship to one or more domain classes belonging to the same functional layer.  ... 
doi:10.1145/512161.512177 dblp:conf/gis/AdnaniYBA01 fatcat:eeyxszboyvdqjj2owjngr2pdvu

Learning Domain-Invariant Relationship with Instrumental Variable for Domain Generalization [article]

Junkun Yuan, Xu Ma, Kun Kuang, Ruoxuan Xiong, Mingming Gong, Lanfen Lin
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Domain generalization (DG) aims to learn from multiple source domains a model that generalizes well on unseen target domains.  ...  Inspired by this finding, we design a simple yet effective framework to learn the Domain-invariant Relationship with Instrumental VariablE (DRIVE) via a two-stage IV method.  ...  Domain generalization (DG) is proposed to use multiple labeled source domains for training a generalizable model to unseen target domains.  ... 
arXiv:2110.01438v1 fatcat:uwvoxpo66jb7hccl7er4dalvp4

Creating visual Domain-Specific Modeling Languages from end-user demonstration

Hyun Cho, Jeff Gray, Eugene Syriani
2012 2012 4th International Workshop on Modeling in Software Engineering (MISE)  
In order to generate a DSML from user-supplied examples, our approach uses graph theory and metamodel design patterns.  ...  Domain-Specific Modeling Languages (DSMLs) have received recent interest due to their conciseness and rich expressiveness for modeling a specific domain.  ...  The goal of the Graph Builder is to generate a representation-independent model from a set of domain model examples provided by an end-user.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mise.2012.6226010 dblp:conf/icse/ChoGS12 fatcat:hdaj5vwxwjdllmciiabi7vj4w4

KA-Tool and domain construction for AI planning applications [chapter]

Ruth Aylett, Christophe Doniat
2003 Research and Development in Intelligent Systems XIX  
KA Tool embodies work aimed at allowing domain experts to generate a domain model for an AI planning system, carried out as part of a larger project to build an integrated set of tools for supporting AI  ...  A Domain model is generated in which can be represented by cluster of constraints shaping an Ontology of each studied case.  ...  A domain model is thus defined by these representations in our methodology by using a frame system as in Figure 4 .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4471-0651-7_21 fatcat:ity7hvp5lvbqlkubz6mkwfgfeq

On the Importance of Truly Ontological Distinctions for Ontology Representation Languages: An Industrial Case Study in the Domain of Oil and Gas [chapter]

Giancarlo Guizzardi, Mauro Lopes, Fernanda Baião, Ricardo Falbo
2009 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
This marks a contrast to practically all languages used in the tradition of knowledge representation and conceptual information modeling, in general, and in the semantic web, in particular (e.g., RDF,  ...  Gas domain representation of a shared conceptualization, i.e., a concrete artifact representing a model of consensus within a community and a universe of discourse.  ...  The case study consists in the generation of a Conceptual Ontological Model for this domain from an existing domain ontology in the organization where the case study took place.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-01862-6_19 fatcat:sifhq5kcpzdczp7s5y2yqyrqzm
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