On the role of domain ontologies in the design of domain-specific visual modeling langages

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Guizzardi, G. and Ferreira Pires, L. and Sinderen, M.J. van (2002) On the role of domain ontologies in the design of domain-specific visual modeling langages. In: 2nd OOPSLA Workshop on Domain-Specific Modeling Languages, 26 October - 1 November 2002, Seattle, WA, USA (pp. pp. 25-38).

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Abstract:Domain-Specific Visual Modeling Languages should provide notations and abstractions that suitably support problem solving in well-defined application domains. From their user’s perspective, the language’s modeling primitives must be intuitive and expressive enough in capturing all intended aspects of domain conceptualizations. Over the years formal and explicit representations of domain conceptualizations have been developed as domain ontologies. In this paper, we show how the design of these languages can benefit from conceptual tools developed by the ontology engineering community.
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