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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Ontologies constitute formal models of some aspect of the world that may be used for drawing interesting logical conclusions even for large models. Software models capture relevant characteristics of a software artifact to be developed, yet, most often these software models have no formal semantics, or the underlying (often graphical) software language varies from case to case in a way that makes it hard if not impossible to fix its semantics. In this contribution, we survey the use of ontologydoi:10.1007/978-3-642-15543-7_3 fatcat:t5efbe4l6jdu5ixmdkl7hnyl2i