A Configuration Management task ontology for semantic integration

@inproceedings{Calhau2012ACM,
  title={A Configuration Management task ontology for semantic integration},
  author={Rodrigo Fernandes Calhau and Ricardo de Almeida Falbo},
  booktitle={SAC},
  year={2012}
}
Configuration Management (CM) is an important task for developing complex products. It is a complex task and there are many CM systems that aim to support it. However, generally, these systems work in isolation and there is a need for integrating them. In this context, ontologies have an important role, acting as an inter-lingua to help achieving a shared conceptualization that allows semantic integration. This paper presents an ontology of the CM task. This ontology was built with the purpose… CONTINUE READING

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