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Ontology Modelling Notations for Software Engineering Knowledge Representation

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3 Author(s)
Wongthongtham, P. ; Curtin Univ. of Technol., Perth ; Chang, E. ; Dillon, T.

This paper is intended as an analysis of software engineering ontology and to highlight characteristics of software engineering ontology that represent important design considerations for the methodology of multi-site distributed software development. Multi-site teams use software engineering ontology to assist in defining information for the exchange of semantic project information. Some features and functions of the software engineering ontology are also provided. There is no standard graphical ontology representation in the literature so far. In this paper, we also present graphical notations of modelling software engineering ontology as an alternative formalism. The use of the formalism has made it a possible alternative to model the software engineering ontology. The main aim is not only to create a graphical representation making it easier to understand but, importantly, this model should be able to capture the semantic richness of the defined software engineering ontology.

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Digital EcoSystems and Technologies Conference, 2007. DEST '07. Inaugural IEEE-IES

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21-23 Feb. 2007