Grounding the OML metamodel in ontology

@article{Opdahl2001GroundingTO,
  title={Grounding the OML metamodel in ontology},
  author={Andreas L. Opdahl and Brian Henderson-Sellers},
  journal={Journal of Systems and Software},
  year={2001},
  volume={57},
  pages={119-143}
}
Abstract The paper analyses and evaluates the OPEN Modelling Language (OML) in terms of the Bunge–Wand–Weber (BWW) model of information systems in order to: (1) Define the semantics of each relevant OML construct in terms of the kind of problem-domain phenomena they are intended to represent. (2) Inform further improvement of OML and similar object-oriented (OO) modelling languages by identifying OML-constructs which are ontologically overloaded, redundant or excessive and by identifying… CONTINUE READING

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