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Defining a Subset of OCL for Expressing SWRL Rules

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Defining a Subset of OCL for Expressing SWRL Rules
OCL is a rich-syntax language for expressing integrity rules and many business rules can be expressed using OCL. On the other hand, UML/OCL is a mainstream modeling technology and adopting it for expressing rules in the upcoming Semantic Web is a good practical issue: rules can be initially expressed in UML/OCL and then mapped into OWL/SWRL. Since UML/OCL is more expressive than OWL/SWRL it is good to define a subset of OCL, which can easily be mapped into the SWRL. In this paper we define this subset of OCL, called OCL-Lite, by building a mapping from SWRL into OCL. In addition, we briefly sketch the correctness problem of this mapping in terms of language interpretations.
Sergey Lukichev
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where ECAI
Authors Sergey Lukichev
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