Conceptual Modelling in Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering : Concepts , Techniques and Trends

@inproceedings{Dieste2000ConceptualMI,
  title={Conceptual Modelling in Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering : Concepts , Techniques and Trends},
  author={Oscar Dieste and Natalia Juristo and Ana Mar{\'i}a Moreno and Juan Pazos and A. Sierra},
  year={2000}
}
Conceptual modelling is a crucial software development activity for both Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering. Each discipline, however, has developed its own techniques for conceptual modelling, and there is no agreement about a common set of techniques that can be used in both disciplines. This chapter will describe such techniques, paying special attention to the more recent and innovative ones, as well as to the concepts shared by the techniques used in the two disciplines. 
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