Revisiting Ontology-Based Requirements Engineering in the age of the Semantic Web

@inproceedings{Dobson2006RevisitingOR,
  title={Revisiting Ontology-Based Requirements Engineering in the age of the Semantic Web},
  author={Glen Dobson and Peter Sawyer},
  year={2006}
}
There is a long history of research into utilising ontologies in the Requirements Engineering process. An ontology is generally based upon some logical formalism, and has the benefits for requirements of explicitly modelling domain knowledge in a machine interpretable way, e.g. allowing requirements to be traced and checked for consistency by an inference engine, and software specifications to be derived. With the emergence of the semantic web, the interest in ontologies for Requirements… CONTINUE READING
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