An Ontology for Software

@inproceedings{Oberle2009AnOF,
  title={An Ontology for Software},
  author={Daniel Oberle and Stephan Grimm and Steffen Staab},
  booktitle={Handbook on Ontologies},
  year={2009}
}
The domain of software is a primary candidate for being formalized in an ontology. On the one hand, the domain is sufficiently complex with different paradigms (e.g., object orientation) and different aspects (e.g., security, legal information, interface descriptions, etc.). On the other hand, the domain is sufficiently stable, i.e., new paradigms and aspects occur rather seldom. Capturing this stable core in a reference ontology for software can be fruitful in order to prevent modeling from… CONTINUE READING
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