Contextualization as an independent abstraction mechanism for conceptual modeling

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The notion of context appears in computer science, as well as in several other disciplines, in various forms. In this paper, we present a general framework for representing the notion of context in information modeling. First, we define a context as a set of objects, within which each object has a set of names and possibly a reference: the reference of the… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.is.2005.05.001

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@article{Analyti2007ContextualizationAA, title={Contextualization as an independent abstraction mechanism for conceptual modeling}, author={Anastasia Analyti and Manos Theodorakis and Nicolas Spyratos and Panos Constantopoulos}, journal={Inf. Syst.}, year={2007}, volume={32}, pages={24-60} }