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Understanding Semantic Completeness in Rule Frameworks for Modeling Cardinality Constraints

Faiz Currim, Sudha Ram
2018 Enterprise Modelling and Information Systems Architectures - An International Journal  
We believe our work demonstrates a unique approach to establishing conceptual framework completeness and enables standardization of rule semantics which in turn allows for semantics-based (as opposed to  ...  One limitation to widespread adoption of such modeling is variance in standards and semantics of rules. We consider cardinality constraints—a useful and integral part of conceptual database design.  ...  DOI:10.18417/emisa.si.hcm.23 Understanding Semantic Completeness in Rule Frameworks for Modeling Cardinality Constraints 301 Special Issue on Conceptual Modelling in Honour of Heinrich C.  ... 
doi:10.18417/emisa.si.hcm.23 dblp:journals/emisaij/CurrimR18 fatcat:ferkoucevzasle23onhpmwg2sq

A comprehensive framework for modeling set-based business rules during conceptual database design

Sudha Ram, Vijay Khatri
2005 Information Systems  
We present a taxonomy for set-based business rules, and describe an overarching framework for modeling rules that constrain the cardinality of sets.  ...  The proposed framework results in various types constraints, i.e., attribute, class, participation, projection, co-occurrence, appearance and overlapping, on a semantic model that supports abstractions  ...  However, extant conceptual models provide limited support for set-based business rules, more specifically, rules that constrain the structure or cardinality of sets.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.is.2003.10.008 fatcat:kyoschxpnvgdtexuu42pzq2k5q

A Structured Approach To Teaching Cardinalities In The AIS Class

Guido L. Geerts
2011 Review of Business Information Systems (RBIS)  
Such a generalization requires the existence of a semantic framework, and the REA model is used to define cardinality heuristics for enterprise systems.  ...  During the semantic phase, students learn to define business rules in terms of cardinalities. Heuristics help students recognize domain-specific stereotypical cardinality patterns.  ...  Semantic definition of cardinalities The objective of the semantic phase is for students to learn how to use cardinalities to define business rules as part of an enterprise model.  ... 
doi:10.19030/rbis.v8i4.4472 fatcat:w3ozka6injechfq3epp6ztoeoq

Guidelines for representing complex cardinality constraints in binary and ternary relationships

Dolores Cuadra, Paloma Martínez, Elena Castro, Harith Al-Jumaily
2012 Journal of Software and Systems Modeling  
The method shows how to calculate cardinality constraints in binary and ternary relationships and to preserve the associated semantics until the implementation phase of the database development method.  ...  relationships in a methodological framework.  ...  through the project Semants (TSI-020100-2009-419) and also by the Spanish research projects: MA2VICMR: Improving the access, analysis and visibility of the multilingual and multimedia information in web  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10270-012-0234-3 fatcat:skipu4n7lfejhflfrdfyknjqdi

OWL DL vs. OWL flight

Jos de Bruijn, Rubén Lara, Axel Polleres, Dieter Fensel
2005 Proceedings of the 14th international conference on World Wide Web - WWW '05  
In this paper we present OWL Flight, which is loosely based on OWL, but the semantics is grounded in Logic Programming rather than Description Logics, and it borrows the constraint-based modeling style  ...  We argue that different applications on the Semantic Web require different styles of modeling and thus both types of languages are required for the Semantic Web.  ...  SWRL (Semantic Web Rule Language) has been proposed as a rule language for the Semantic Web, layered on top of OWL DL.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1060745.1060836 dblp:conf/www/BruijnLPF05 fatcat:nijmne2rfbfgzh2srzanlkv2km

A framework for OWL DL based Ontology Construction from Relational Database using Mapping and Semantic Rules

C. Ramathilagam, M. L. Valarmathi
2013 International Journal of Computer Applications  
The Mapping rules are generated both for, 1) direct mapping 2) integrity constraints mapping.  ...  This paper proposes an RDB to Ontology mapping system framework which can generate an Ontology based on the proposed Mapping Rules for a Banking domain.  ...  CONCLUSION AND FUTURE WORK In this paper, a framework is given for mapping a Relational Data Base to Ontology by providing necessary mapping rules for direct mapping and integrity constraints mapping.  ... 
doi:10.5120/13341-0776 fatcat:bv6xtulgjfdufgzeg5xt4xkyz4

Invariance Criteria as Meta-Constraints

Gil Sagi
2021 Bulletin of Symbolic Logic  
In previous work, I proposed a framework of "semantic constraints" for model-theoretic consequence which does not rely on a strict distinction between logical and nonlogical terms, but rather on a range  ...  In this paper I show how invariance criteria can be generalized so as to apply to semantic constraints on models.  ...  I(Even) ∩ I(P rime) = {2} So the generalized criterion, although weak, is not completely powerless in ruling out semantic constraints.  ... 
doi:10.1017/bsl.2021.67 fatcat:asfhvl3ssbdtlaop7lj6hgtlrq

A Methodology for Engineering Domain Ontology using Entity Relationship Model

Muhammad Ahsan Raza, M. Rahmah, Sehrish Raza, A. Noraziah, Roslina Abd.
2019 International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications  
In the next phase, ER to ontology (EROnt) conversion rules are outlined, and finally the system prototype is developed to construct the ontology.  ...  The proposed approach investigates the domain of information technology curriculum for the successful interpretation of concepts, attributes, relationships of concepts and constraints among the concepts  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to express the gratitude to University Malaysia Pahang for funded this research under RDU 190112.  ... 
doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2019.0100842 fatcat:wm5uhxsb7nbxxoouwhq24eybeq

Engineering of Framework-Specific Modeling Languages

M. Antkiewicz, K. Czarnecki, M. Stephan
2009 IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering  
Such models aid developers in understanding, creating, and evolving application code. We present four exemplar FSMLs and a method for engineering new FSMLs.  ...  FSMLs model abstractions and rules of application programming interfaces (APIs) exposed by frameworks and can express models of how applications use APIs.  ...  This research was supported by IBM Centers for Advanced Studies in Ottawa and Toronto, the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, and the Ontario Research Fund.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tse.2009.30 fatcat:ixm3xtqtn5gpdhhwjktqrp275u

OOASP: Connecting Object-oriented and Logic Programming [article]

Andreas Falkner and Anna Ryabokon and Gottfried Schenner and Kostyantyn Shchekotykhin
2015 arXiv   pre-print
Preliminary results of the OOASP application in CSL Studio, which is a Siemens internal modeling environment for product configurators, show that it can be used as a lightweight approach to verify, create  ...  In this paper we present a framework which allows the integration of Answer Set Programming into the object-oriented software development process.  ...  For instance, in order to ensure that a minimal cardinality requirement of an association relation holds in a given instantiation, OOASP framework comprises the following rule 3 The presence of an atom  ... 
arXiv:1508.03032v1 fatcat:jkjugwkrjnbnfhec2wv6zrg6va

Mining Cardinalities from Knowledge Bases [chapter]

Emir Muñoz, Matthias Nickles
2017 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we address the problem of mining cardinality bounds for properties to discover structural characteristics of KBs, and use these bounds to assess completeness.  ...  Such cardinalities can be declared using OWL and RDF constraint languages as constraints on the usage of properties over instance data.  ...  ., Japan and Insight Centre for Data Analytics at National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-64468-4_34 fatcat:goniv5utazgzzotfo6u4x3q4ae

protégé as a vehicle for developing medical terminological systems

Ameen Abu-Hanna, Ronald Cornet, Nicolette de Keizer, Monica Crubézy, Samson Tu
2005 International Journal of Human-Computer Studies  
Our approach is characterized by the utilization of a conceptual framework for (S. Tu). understanding TSs and mapping its components onto PROTÉ GÉ constructs.  ...  This contributes to an explicit separability of knowledge levels and allows for an increased modeling flexibility.  ...  This work has been partially funded by the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research for the projects titled ''Terminology and Semantics: Making semantics explicit'' Number 014-18-014 and ''I-Catcher  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijhcs.2005.02.005 fatcat:bfd7ggc2xrg4pmzdeqnrci7yiq

Ontology-Based Semantic Retrieval for Education Management Systems

Lijun Tang, Xu Chen
2015 Journal of Computing and Information Technology  
On this basis, in this paper, we propose a complete ontology-based semantic retrieval approach and framework for education management system.  ...  semantic retrieval algorithm is proposed; Finally, a complete framework is developed and some experiments are done.  ...  The work is supported by the foundation of ZR1420 named The Research on Ningxia Lycium Electronic Sales System Modeling based on UML.  ... 
doi:10.2498/cit.1002493 fatcat:6skm55th55hfbiqdofafk3mvmi

InSPECT Significant Properties Data Dictionary

Gareth Knight, Stephen Grace, Lynne Montague, Adrian Brown
2018 Figshare  
Significant Properties (SPs) have been in the digital preservation literature for a decade or more.  ...  or more digital objects, indicating the type of information that may be recorded and the method in which it may be structured  ...  is useful for understanding the relationship between entities.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.7137806.v2 fatcat:27rjpecukjdcbgowulafxwtozu

Completeness and consistency analysis for evolving knowledge bases

Mohammad Rifat Ahmmad Rashid, Giuseppe Rizzo, Marco Torchiano, Nandana Mihindukulasooriya, Oscar Corcho, Raúl García-Castro
2019 Journal of Web Semantics  
We observed that the best performing model in our experimental setup is the Random Forest, reaching an F1 score greater than 90% for minimum and maximum cardinality and 84% for range constraints.  ...  We also assessed the performance of our consistency analysis by using five learning models over three sub-tasks, namely minimum cardinality, maximum cardinality, and range constraint.  ...  For minimum cardinality, the Random Forest model reached 91% F1 score where it achieved 96% precision. Conversely, the Neural Network model reached 90% F1 score for range constraints.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.websem.2018.11.004 fatcat:vazunrgh5rav5dbxleplvbhx3e
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