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Software applications often contain implicit knowledge in addition to functionality which is inherently object-oriented. Many approaches and systems exist that focus on separating rule-based knowledge from object-oriented functionality and representing it explicitly in a logic reasoning system. Support for seamless integration of this knowledge with the object-oriented functionality improves software development and evolution. Our hypothesis is that a linguistic symbiosis is required betweendoi:10.1145/967900.968168 dblp:conf/sac/DHondtGJ04 fatcat:3bflzmgatzgohjdkcjtnufdzmq