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Building Ontology for Optimization and Composition of Parallel JavaBean Programs

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Building Ontology for Optimization and Composition of Parallel JavaBean Programs
Abstract— In this paper, we propose an ontology specification for JavaBean programs, the object component model of Java. Our specification is written using the DAML+OIL language, which is based on the RDF schema and the XML syntax. The vocabulary of this ontology provides a basic terminology to annotate components with the information about the conditions and suggestions of adopting a component for component specializations. It also gives a reference critera for choosing the most suitable components at a given time and environment for performances and functionality purposes. With our design of the annotations, it’s also possible to automatically retrieve the annotations of object components, connect them by their object-oriented relationships, organize them to form component databases, and discover them in the databases by component characteristics. This will facilitate the sharing of component resources in the internets. In addition, we also give an application scenario for empl...
Cheng-Wei Chen, Chung-Kai Chen, Jenq Kuen Lee
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Year 2002
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Authors Cheng-Wei Chen, Chung-Kai Chen, Jenq Kuen Lee
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