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Multilingual verbalization of ORM conceptual models and axiomatized ontologies

@inproceedings{Jarrar2014MultilingualVO,
  title={Multilingual verbalization of ORM conceptual models and axiomatized ontologies},
  author={Mustafa Jarrar and C. Keet and Paolo Dongilli},
  year={2014}
}
Verbalization is the process of writing the semantics captured in axioms into natural language sentences, which enables domain experts (who are not trained to understand technical/formal languages) to be able to participate in the modeling and validation processes of their domain knowledge. We present a novel approach to support multilingual verbalization of logical theories, axiomatizations, and other specifications such as business rules. This engineering solution is demonstrated with the… Expand

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