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Prototype Generation from Ontology Charts

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Prototype Generation from Ontology Charts
Semantic Analysis is a business analysis method designed to capture user requirements and represent them as text or in a graph that is called Ontology Chart. Ontology Charts can be mapped one to one to temporal Database schemas and Class diagrams that developers can use to produce software systems. In principle, these systems can be extended without the need to modify the database schema of the legacy system. However Semantic Analysis is not widely used hence there is a lack of experts in the field and no design patterns are available. These make it difficult for the analysts to pass the organizational knowledge to the engineers. This study will suggest an automated technique that can produce a prototype from an Ontology Chart. The prototype will also include both front and back end. The software support that is required to achieve the automation of these techniques is also presented in this research.
George Tsaramirsis, Iman Poernomo
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where ITNG
Authors George Tsaramirsis, Iman Poernomo
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