Giovanni Rumolo

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Most of present intelligent knowledge management environments for conceptual modelling and analysis suuer, in our opinion, from mixing two representation levels: (1) a conceptual level, where domain-speciic concepts are represented (e.g., data and processes in Data-Flow Diagrams); (2) an epistemological level, where inferences are drawn from(More)
In this work we present FENARETE, a software tool to design and distribute clinical protocols in an Inter/IntraNet framework. We consider a medical protocol as a clinical behaviour scheme, formally and clearly defined with sufficient details. Our work allows the knowledge content of any clinical protocol to be fully represented in a symbolic style. A(More)
This paper describes the DD framework for domain modelling in information systems engineering. Such a framework encompasses the ontological, method-ological and operational dimensions of both concept modelling and conceptual modelling. It explicitly addresses the problems of domain-dependent abstractions , information construction and integration, automatic(More)
This paper describes an analyst-oriented approach to conceptual knowledge representation and reasoning based on description logics. The approach is introduced to model and analyse the static part of behavioural concepts used in application domains. Behaviours are captured in a parametric way with respect to the description logic which corresponds to the(More)
1 Overview and Motivations We believe that an automated support tool for Domain Engineering (DE) should behave as an Intelligent Knowledge Management Environment (IKME) and not as an expert system. It should only help the analyst in the discovery and in the explicitation of contradictions, redundancies and hidden properties detected in the Domain Knowledge(More)