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2004
Springer

Developing and Managing Software Components in an Ontology-Based Application Server

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Developing and Managing Software Components in an Ontology-Based Application Server
Application servers provide many functionalities commonly needed in the development of a complex distributed application. So far, the functionalities have mostly been developed and managed with the help of administration tools and corresponding configuration files, recently in XML. Though this constitutes a very flexible way of developing and administrating a distributed application, e.g. an application server with its components, the disadvantage is that the conceptual model lying behind the different configurations is only implicit. Hence, its bits and pieces are difficult to retrieve, survey, check for validity and maintain. To remedy such problems, we here present an ontology-based approach to support the development and administration of software components in an application server. The ontology captures properties of, relationships between and behaviors of the components that are required for development and administration purposes. The ontology is an explicit conceptual mo...
Daniel Oberle, Andreas Eberhart, Steffen Staab, Ra
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where MIDDLEWARE
Authors Daniel Oberle, Andreas Eberhart, Steffen Staab, Raphael Volz
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