Interoperability Services for Models and Ontologies

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Interoperability Services for Models and Ontologies
Model-based approaches in the UML/MOF technological space and ontology-based approaches in the OWL technological space both support conceptual modeling using different kinds of representation and analysis technologies. Both spaces provide services for accessing and manipulating models and ontologies, respectively. This paper compares both spaces using to a mapping of models and ontologies based on a common model-theoretic semantics. Based on this mapping, different services for bridging the respective technological spaces are defined and discussed. Three different bridging strategies, namely Adaptation, transformation, and integration, are distinguished.
Jürgen Ebert, Tobias Walter
Added 12 May 2011
Updated 12 May 2011
Type Journal
Year 2010
Where BALT
Authors Jürgen Ebert, Tobias Walter
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