Do we need metamodels AND ontologies for engineering platforms?

@inproceedings{Terrasse2006DoWN,
  title={Do we need metamodels AND ontologies for engineering platforms?},
  author={Marie-No246lle Terrasse and Marinette Savonnet and Eric Leclercq and Thierry Grison and George Becker},
  booktitle={GaMMa '06},
  year={2006}
}
In this paper we show how the joint use of metamodeling and ontologies allows to describe domain knowledge for a complex domain. Ontologies are used as stabilized descriptions of a business domain while metamodels allow a fine description of the domain (to be constructed in the initial phases of modeling). We propose to use an ontology for early categorization, i.e., as a "natural" complement of the formal system that is induced by the metamodel. 
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