Model Driven Engineering and Ontology Development

by Bran V. Selic, Dragan Djuric, Dragan Gaševic

Springer Berlin Heidelberg | June 12, 2009 | Kobo Edition (eBook)

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Defining a formal domain ontology is considered a useful, not to say necessary step in almost every software project. This is because software deals with ideas rather than with self-evident physical artefacts. However, this development step is hardly ever done, as ontologies rely on well-defined and semantically powerful AI concepts such as description logics or rule-based systems, and most software engineers are unfamiliar with these. This book fills this gap by covering the subject of MDA application for ontology development on the Semantic Web. The writing is technical yet clear, and is illustrated with examples. The book is supported by a website.

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Published: June 12, 2009

Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg

Language: English

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ISBN - 10: 364200282X

ISBN - 13: 9783642002823

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Model Driven Engineering and Ontology Development

by Bran V. Selic, Dragan Djuric, Dragan Gaševic, Jean Bézivin, Vladan Devedžic

Format: Kobo Edition (eBook)

Published: June 12, 2009

Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 364200282X

ISBN - 13: 9783642002823

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Defining a formal domain ontology is considered a useful, not to say necessary step in almost every software project. This is because software deals with ideas rather than with self-evident physical artefacts. However, this development step is hardly ever done, as ontologies rely on well-defined and semantically powerful AI concepts such as description logics or rule-based systems, and most software engineers are unfamiliar with these. This book fills this gap by covering the subject of MDA application for ontology development on the Semantic Web. The writing is technical yet clear, and is illustrated with examples. The book is supported by a website.