A Model Based Approach for Policy Tool Generation and Policy Analysis

@article{Barrett2007AMB,
  title={A Model Based Approach for Policy Tool Generation and Policy Analysis},
  author={Keara Barrett and Steven Davy and John Strassner and Brendan Jennings and Sven van der Meer and Willie Donnelly},
  journal={2007 First International Global Information Infrastructure Symposium},
  year={2007},
  pages={99-105}
}
We outline an approach to policy specification and analysis in which an information model is used as the starting point for semi-automated generation of an integrated suite of languages, tools and an ontology. The suite includes separate domain-specific languages for the specification of systems structure and policies respectively, editors and checkers for these languages, and a baseline ontology that can be augmented with semantic information to support policy analyses processes. We describe a… CONTINUE READING
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