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The Role of Ontologies in Reusing Domain and Enterprise Engineering Assets

Albertas Čaplinskas, Audronė Lupeikienė, Olegas Vasilecas
2003 Informatica  
It discusses attempts to combine classical domain engineering techniques with ontology-based techniques as well as the attempts to incorporate ontologies in enterprise engineering process and demonstrates  ...  The main purpose of the paper is to compare ontology-based reuse techniques in domain engineering and enterprise engineering.  ...  semantic gap between the modelling of business processes, information processes, and applications; • strong orientation of domain engineering techniques towards the reuse of software solutions and, as  ... 
doi:10.15388/informatica.2003.034 fatcat:yrwi5sq72bbgtktadh7unuapua

Towards an Ontology for Process Monitoring and Mining

Carlos Pedrinaci, John Domingue
2007 Extended Semantic Web Conference  
Business Process Analysis (BPA) aims at monitoring, diagnosing, simulating and mining enacted processes in order to support the analysis and enhancement of process models.  ...  To cater for this, we describe the Process Mining Ontology and the Events Ontology which aim to support the analysis of enacted processes at different levels of abstraction spanning from fine grain technical  ...  The ontology stack also identifies the Components Ontology which aims to support the conceptualisation of IT Level aspects, such as software components and systems.  ... 
dblp:conf/esws/PedrinaciD07 fatcat:3wrcyrsfmjeepn2jlreonuxywm

Model of Interoperability of Multiple Different Information Systems using SOA Middleware Layer and Ontological Database on the Cloud

Meryem FAKHOURI AMR, Khalifa MANSOURI, Mohammed QBADOU, Bouchaib RIYAMI
2018 International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications  
The special feature of our model is that it uses an ontological database in the Cloud that will store concepts exchanged among interconnected IS and uses several transformation layers, integration, homogenization  ...  Interoperability is essential between information systems, it promotes alignment between the company's business strategy and IT strategy while respecting the existing technical heritage of the company.  ...  Intermediate Approach Mediators are used as a generic model of mediation that ensures the interconnection between the IS [10] .  ... 
doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2018.090436 fatcat:ulctklfnqjbjtfppvuwg3stoim

An Overview on the use of Ontologies in Software Engineering

Daniel Strmečki, Ivan Magdalenić, Dragutin Kermek
2016 Journal of Computer Science  
management, components specification, components matching, model transformations and code generation.  ...  We selected several software development paradigms (including Software Product Lines, Component-Based Development, Generative Programming and Model-Driven Engineering) for our classification and discussion  ...  The ontology is used to achieve a common agreement between Business and IT.  ... 
doi:10.3844/jcssp.2016.597.610 fatcat:gxaotp2hzja2hfdkonn7d6qiwm

Enterprise Software Grid: A Business Grid Service Ontology

David Bell, Sergio de Cesare, Mark Lycett
2006 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
Grid computing removes the binding between functional components and specific hardware, enabling software to be deployed dynamically over a network (e.g. intra-, extra-or inter-net).  ...  An upper service ontology that enables business grid services to be described and then related to the grid hosting platform.  ...  A research contribution is made by (1) identifying the semantic differences between scientific (typically computational) and business software grids and (2) producing and ontology that encapsulate service  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/BellCL06 fatcat:ut7crhn5tjamtny5scg5dhtmiq

On the expressiveness of business process modeling notations for software requirements elicitation

Carlos Monsalve, Alain April, Alain Abran
2012 IECON 2012 - 38th Annual Conference on IEEE Industrial Electronics Society  
The propositions are validated next by experts in business process modeling and software requirements elicitation.  ...  Business process model; software requirements; survey; BWW representation model; empirical research; BPMN; expressiveness I.  ...  This need was expressed by 41% of the participants for the following concepts: interactions between software components, interactions between roles and software components, and interactions between business  ... 
doi:10.1109/iecon.2012.6389398 dblp:conf/iecon/MonsalveAA12 fatcat:snvylv4hvbc2hfb4neboe7fgje

Business grid services

David Bell, Sergio De Cesare, Mark Lycett
2007 International Journal of Internet and Enterprise Management  
Grid computing removes the binding between functional software components and specific hosting hardware, enabling software to be deployed dynamically over a network (e.g. intra-, extra-or inter-net).  ...  Sergio's broad research interests lay in the areas of business and software modeling, model driven software development and the Semantic Web.  ...  This classic grid model relies on discrete executable software components, and input and output data files, being deployed and executed.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijiem.2007.011589 fatcat:qocwbzdgovayhj4pesdapt4cge

Discover, Reuse and Share Knowledge on Service Oriented Architectures

Jesús Soto Carrión, Lei Shu, Elisa García Gordo
2011 International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence  
These facts show integration and interoperability tasks between ontologies and applications are tedious on currently systems.  ...  Besides there are different logic models used by ontology languages (OWL-Description Logic, OpenCyc-FOL, ...) and query languages (RDQL, SPARQL, OWLQL, nRQL, etc..).  ...   Loused-coupled architecture: based on services that can perform a delimited task, dependencies between services are modeled on a high level layer (choreography and orchestration).  Business modeling  ... 
doi:10.9781/ijimai.2011.141 fatcat:fiofkjbglrbc7h3xjhp5i7yvba

An Ontology for Portability and Interoperability Digital Documents - An Approach in Document Engineering using Ontologies

Erika Guetti Suca, Flávio Soares Corrêa da Silva
2013 Proceedings of the International Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Information Retrieval and the International Conference on Knowledge Management and Information Sharing  
As proof of concept we consider the portability between OOXML and ODF document formats.  ...  We propose the characterization of digital documents using ontologies as a solution to the problem of lack of interoperability in the implementations of document formats.  ...  software product and (2) context ontology, that represents the information contexts of businesses.  ... 
doi:10.5220/0004547503730380 dblp:conf/ic3k/SucaS13 fatcat:3ag3262clbdwlikeipvkwgtbnu

Proposal Of An Hybrid Methodology For Ontology Development By Extending The Process Models Of Software Engineering

Mary Shanthi Rani
2018 Zenodo  
Since Software and Ontology engineering are two complimentary branches, the scope of extension of the well proven methodologies and UML based modeling approaches used in software engineering to ontology  ...  Potential benefits are there to ontology engineering in making the toolset of Model Driven Architecture applicable to ontology modeling.  ...  A software engineering approach to Ontology building (UPON) [9] has been proposed based on a rich set of resemblances between software engineering and ontology engineering in terms of stages and phases  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1256983 fatcat:xv52qbqctjgcpf4jp5d3m5ay2a

Semantically Enriched Integration Framework for Ubiquitous Computing Environment [chapter]

Habib Abdulrab, Eduard Babkin, Oleg Kozyrev
2011 Ubiquitous Computing  
profile Mapping profile Business- process profile Technology- specific profiles Infrastructure models Enterprise Ontology User's Ontology Architecture models Mapping models Design  ...  inside the message body at the intermediate stages of the message processing.  ...  In effect, Ubiquitous computing environments give extremely new and futuristic abilities to look at and interact with our habitat at any time and from anywhere.  ... 
doi:10.5772/15262 fatcat:efbeukzkkndsdihmrhewbhlkz4

AMSI: An Automatic Model-Driven Service Identification from Business Process Models

Mokhtar Soltani, Sidi Mohamed Benslimane
2012 International Conference on Web and Information Technologies  
The integration of Business Process Modeling (BPM) and Model-Driven Development (MDD) allows the automation of the SOA (Service-Oriented Architecture) services development.  ...  The evolution of software engineering has passed through various paradigms; including structured programming, object oriented programming, component-based approaches and in recent years service-oriented  ...  All knowledge's about the initial business process are extracted and stored in the Process Model Ontology by business analyst and knowledge engineer.  ... 
dblp:conf/icwit/SoltaniB12 fatcat:62ueutvqhbhqfh7fjszridqdhi

NETQOS Policy Management Architecture for Flexible QoS Provisioning in Future Internet

P. A. Aranda Gutierrez, I. Miloucheva, D. Wagner, Ch. Niephaus, A. Flizikowski, N. Van Wambeke, F. Armando, Ch. Chassot, S. Pietro Romano
2008 2008 The Second International Conference on Next Generation Mobile Applications, Services, and Technologies  
at business level and automated translation of business QoS policies to intermediate and operational policy level.  ...  The business level policy specifications are translated by the NETQOS system into intermediate and operational QoS policies for automated QoS configuration at the managed heterogeneous network and transport  ...  Business level QoS policy content related to the specific business models, scenarios and particular ontology of the different actors is checked for consistency by the APM component.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ngmast.2008.65 fatcat:v2tdykdxzbfivi3zbqi44l2acm

Ontology-supported quality assurance for component-based systems configuration

Stefan Biffl, Richard Mordinyi, Thomas Moser, Dindin Wahyudin
2008 Proceedings of the 6th international workshop on Systems development in SOA environments - WoSQ '08  
on the quality of intermediate models during systems development; and c) provide better auditing capabilities of the systems development process.  ...  Based on an industry case study, we describe the ontology concept of the system, the development process, and how software quality can be measured and improved.  ...  ; and c) for QA reasoning on semantic inconsistencies between models [1] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/1370099.1370113 dblp:conf/icse/BifflMMW08 fatcat:lpmrfxbd35enfg76gtwwvjhlaa

Unifying Business Concepts for SMEs with Prosecco Ontology

Grzegorz J. Nalepa, Mateusz Ślażyński, Krzysztof Kutt, Edyta Kucharska, Adam Łuszpaj
2015 Proceedings of the 2015 Federated Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems  
The paper demonstrates how this ontology is used to unify vocabulary of business processes and rules.  ...  Building a taxonomy of business concepts shared by number of SMEs targeted in the project and then turning it into a formalized ontology integrating the software components is a major challenge.  ...  Specific objectives of the project include: a) development of business process modelling methods taking into account semantic dependencies between business process models and rule models, b) providing  ... 
doi:10.15439/2015f323 dblp:conf/fedcsis/NalepaSKKL15 fatcat:s5xacyrtkvcm3o4q26pedjadvq
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