Ontology Based Object-Oriented Domain Modeling: Representing Behavior

@article{Evermann2009OntologyBO,
  title={Ontology Based Object-Oriented Domain Modeling: Representing Behavior},
  author={Joerg Evermann and Yair Wand},
  journal={J. Database Manag.},
  year={2009},
  volume={20},
  pages={48-77}
}
An important step in developing the requirements for an information system is analyzing the application domain. In this step, conceptual models are used for representing an application domain. However, while languages for software design are available and widely used, no generally accepted language exists for conceptual modeling. This work suggests the use of object-oriented software modeling languages also for conceptual modeling. Such use can support a more accurate transition from domain… CONTINUE READING

Citations

Publications citing this paper.
SHOWING 1-10 OF 20 CITATIONS

References

Publications referenced by this paper.
SHOWING 1-3 OF 3 REFERENCES

Optimal Information Modeling Techniques

Alexey Bulatov, Atakan Kurt
  • Optimal Information Modeling Techniques
  • 2002

igi-global.com/article/computational-intelligence-in-cross-docking

Www
  • igi-global.com/article/computational-intelligence-in-cross-docking
  • 1114

igi-global.com/chapter/toward-agile-interactive-software-development/77702?camid=4v1a Modeling of Coordinated Planning and Allocation of Resources

Www
  • igi-global.com/chapter/toward-agile-interactive-software-development/77702?camid=4v1a Modeling of Coordinated Planning and Allocation of Resources