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based on Agent and Multiagent Technology /8 4.2 Approaches based on Object-Oriented Technology /9 4.3 Approaches based on Knowledge Engineering Technology /10 4.4 Formal Specification and Verification ... and Objects /4 2.3 Aspects of Assessing Agent Orientation /5 3 Methods and Frameworks for Requirements Engineering /6 4 Methods and Frameworks for Analysis, Design, and Implementation /8 4.1 Approaches ... The author would like to thank the reviewers for their valuable comments. ...doi:10.1017/s026988890100025x fatcat:73udc4ywprawjnhp7svsxgvtlm
Al- most three decades of research have resulted in evolution from the original hardcoding approach through knowledge-based, object-oriented, object-logic, description logic, and distributed framework ... A further knowledge-based standards processing system is pre- sented in Garrett and Fenves (1986). Later, Garrett proposed an object-oriented model (Garrett 1989). ...
This variant is called directed object-oriented first-order logic (directed OOFOL). We show that such a system can be given semantics using circumscription. ... Secondly, an agent’s information state includes both knowledge and beliefs. Independent modal operators for the two notions are introduced and based on them syntactic modal- ities are defined. ...
This framework is applied to some representative systems. Based on the results, an architecture for a deductive database management system is proposed. ... A three-level framework for design and implementation of deductive database management systems is described. ... We have presented a three level framework for the pp. 164-187 . design ...dblp:conf/icis/ChoobinehS87 fatcat:vhzr6kaxw5a2dnnhuvhgsp4bu4
This framework supports intelligent e-Learning with a knowledge network for knowledge object visualization, an enhanced Kolb's learning cycle  to guide learning practices, and a learning health care ... framework for personalized learning. ... Acknowledgements The authors are grateful to the anonymous reviewers of this paper for their insightful and valuable comments to make this paper a more solid literature piece. ...doi:10.1007/s00530-005-0009-6 fatcat:fty3jvlbvrfwlgsgsgvd3d2mqq
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
It is arguably more difncult (and unnatural) to incorpórate reasoning capabilities into, for example, an object oriented language than to incorpórate the other capabilities mentioned above into a logic ... It behaves as an individual, capable of communicating, and capable of modifying its knowledge and its reasoning. ... It is arguably more difncult (and unnatural) to incorpórate reasoning capabilities into, for example, an object oriented language than to incorpórate the other capabilities mentioned above into a logic ...doi:10.1007/3-540-45329-6_1 fatcat:e4vxz4u63bdyna3ia2rh24ij7e
There are also several papers on logical and metalogical specification; on reflection and strategies; on applications to object-oriented design, specification and programming; and on applications to constraint ... solving, to real-time systems, and to discrete event simulation. ... We present a semantic framework for actor systems based on rewriting logic. ...doi:10.1016/s0304-3975(97)00247-8 fatcat:3cfgzbipsrenxoh5vxznnvaxl4
The paper presents a conceptual definition of these entities, outlines their structural characteristics, and describes a framework for research towards their development. ... It has been argued in the literature that although specific types of computer-based information systems (CBIS) are powerful tools in certain parts of the decision-making processes in modern organisations ... Hence, an object-oriented knowledge representation system would be a knowledge system that represents knowledge in terms of structured objects and classes. ...doi:10.1111/1475-3995.d01-19 fatcat:ekbdh2apwbecrcjmlesre5kpre
Integrated Manufacturing Systems Engineering
This paper outlines an approach, developed at FA W for the described scenario. The main objective of this solution is to cope with heterogeneity by a neutralizing approach instead of standardization. ... The described software engineering paradigm supports a model-oriented development of distributed data, services and processes in a uniform way towards a neutralizing execution environment. ... This has lead to a so-called active federation strategy as a framework for a knowledge-based approach that tries to cover heterogeneity by neutralization instead of standardization. ...doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34919-0_17 fatcat:c6mrq6c76jf4jeme3oxcqtxzfe
Summary: “Semantics based on relation algebras is introduced for various applied logics, in particular for modal logics for knowledge ... Summary: “We propose a logic for objects that captures the knowl- edge represented with the LAURE object-oriented language. ...
This paper presents a conceptual definition of these entities, outlines their structural characteristics, and describes a framework for research towards their development. ... It has been argued in the literature that although specific types of computer-based information systems (CBIS) are powerful tools in certain parts of the decision-making processes in modern organisations ... Acknowledgement -The author would like to thank Professor Rolfe Tomlinson and the reviewers for helpful comments on an earlier draft. ...doi:10.1016/0969-6016(94)90018-3 fatcat:io7keuf4dvhijczbzasibshp2m
The framework for the Smart Object paradigm is the fusion of object-oriented design models with declarative knowledge representation and active inferencing from AI models. ... Index Terms-Operations support systems, modeling control abstractions, knowledge bases, databases, object model, semantic data model, production system model. ----------3 ----------1. ... ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors are indebted to Sham Navathe, David Spooner, Benjamin Wah, Sandeep Purao, Rajiv Kishore, Dan Turk, and the anonymous referees for their valuable comments on earlier versions ...doi:10.1109/69.591452 fatcat:suatxbdqojg5lhxo4ake6bajae
Typed feature structures are very similar to structured objects of object-oriented languages and to conceptual structures of knowledge representation languages. ... The terminological component describing the objects (the data model of object-oriented database systems) has always been more declarative than the assertional component (procedural attachment or methods ...
So, in this work, I discuss the overall data science and knowledge analytic streams for an effective IoE database management and knowledge discovery. ... So, column oriented relational framework greatly improve the performance of IoE data base in terms of data depository and access management. ... In context to the knowledge analytics for elderly healthcare domain application, several systems and devices are studied to model an operationally feasible framework for elderly activity supervision [ ...doi:10.26438/ijsrcse/v6i1.3036 fatcat:dvgzpvnmkbdqdch5lqig4azby4
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Modelling is recognised as an essential activity in the architectural design of software systems. Model-driven architecture (MDA) is a framework implementing this idea. ... We propose here a layered ontological framework that addresses domain modelling, architectural modelling, and interoperability aspects in the development of service-based software systems. ... We have devised a graph-based transformation centred around the service and process elements; see  for more details. ...doi:10.1007/11581741_8 fatcat:phitrjivxne7pcufnngw6jh3ym
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