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Extensible Canonical Process Model Synthesis Applying Formal Interpretation

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Extensible Canonical Process Model Synthesis Applying Formal Interpretation
The current period of IT development is characterized by an explosive growth of diverse information representation languages. Applying integration and composition of heterogeneous information components it is required to develop the canonical information model serving for adequate expression of semantics of various information models used in the environment encompassing required heterogeneous components. Basic principles of the canonical model synthesis include fixing of its kernel, constructing the kernel extensions for each specific information model of the environment so that this extension together with the kernel could be refined by this information model, and forming the canonical model as a union of all such extensions. Previously these principles have been successfully applied to the synthesis of structural and object canonical models. This paper1 applies this technique to synthesis of the process canonical model. The method proposed is based on interpretation of proel seman...
Leonid A. Kalinichenko, Sergey A. Stupnikov, Nikol
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Year 2005
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Authors Leonid A. Kalinichenko, Sergey A. Stupnikov, Nikolay Zemtsov
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