Cesar Gonzalez-Perez
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November 2016 TEEM '16: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Technological Ecosystems for Enhancing Multiculturality
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The exponential increase in availability of scientific papers, institutional reports or research monographies in digital contexts (i.e. in digital repositories, archives or social scientific networks) has led to the advancement of manual, semi-automatic or automatic-based methods to analyze these texts in the digital environment. These techniques cover a heterogeneous range, ...
Keywords: cognitive aspects, information systems, digital textual analysis, experimentation in digital humanities

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November 2016 TEEM '16: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Technological Ecosystems for Enhancing Multiculturality
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Information systems are composed of different dimensions of information: methodological, structural, architectural, etc. These dimensions appear connected in textual specifications created at early stages of information systems conception. These multidimensional textual specifications are particularly relevant in cases of information systems conceived to support processes in narrative-based domains, such as humanities ...
Keywords: information systems, textual discovery, textual analysis, concept maps, cultural heritage, digital humanities

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November 2016 Computer Standards & Interfaces: Volume 48 Issue C, November 2016
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers B. V.
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Safety critical system development includes a wide set of techniques, methods and tools for assuring system safety. The concept of evidence is one of the key notions used to provide safety confidence to stakeholders. Safety goals must be identified during safety analysis. In addition, risks should also be considered and ...
Keywords: ISO 26262, ISO/IEC 15026, ISO/IEC 24744

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November 2016 Computer Standards & Interfaces: Volume 48 Issue C, November 2016
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers B. V.
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Software engineering standards often utilize different underpinning metamodels and ontologies, which sometimes differ between standards. For better adoption by industry, harmonization of these standards by use of a domain ontology has been advocated. In this paper we apply this approach in a proof of concept project. We recommend the creation ...
Keywords: Proof of concept, SC7, ISO/IEC 24744, Ontologies, Software engineering

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May 2015 MISE '15: Proceedings of the 2015 IEEE/ACM 7th International Workshop on Modeling in Software Engineering
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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Contemporary software engineering modelling tends to rely on general-purpose languages, such as the Unified Modeling Language. However, such languages are practice-based and seldom underpinned with a solid theory--be it mathematical, ontological or concomitant with language use. The future of software modelling deserves research to evaluate whether a language base that ...
Keywords: Foundational ontologies, metamodelling, conceptual modelling, modelling languages, ontology, philosophy

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May 2015 MiSE '15: Proceedings of the Seventh International Workshop on Modeling in Software Engineering
Publisher: IEEE Press
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Contemporary software engineering modelling tends to rely on general-purpose languages, such as the Unified Modeling Language. However, such languages are practice-based and seldom underpinned with a solid theory -- be it mathematical, ontological or concomitant with language use. The future of software modelling deserves research to evaluate whether a language ...
Keywords: modelling languages, conceptual modelling, metamodelling, foundational ontologies, ontology, philosophy

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March 2014 Computer Standards & Interfaces: Volume 36 Issue 3, March, 2014
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers B. V.
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Software engineering standards developed under the auspices of ISO/IEC JTC1's SC7 have been identified as employing terms whose definitions vary significantly between standards. This led to a request in 2012 to investigate the creation of an ontological infrastructure that aims to be a single coherent underpinning for all SC7 standards, ...
Keywords: Ontologies, International standards, Conceptual modeling

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November 2013 ER 2013: Proceedings of the 32nd International Conference on Conceptual Modeling - Volume 8217
Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York, Inc.
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International Standards have often been developed independently of one another resulting in the multiple use of similar terminology but with different semantics as well as the more obvious dependencies between pairs of standards employing the same term with the same semantics. By the application of conceptual modelling techniques based on ...
Keywords: conceptual modelling, international standards, ontologies

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November 2013 ER 2013: Proceedings of the 32nd International Conference on Conceptual Modeling - Volume 8217
Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York, Inc.
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The conceptual modelling community not only has no clear, general agreement on what its models model, it also has no clear picture of what the available options and their implications are. One common claim is that models represent concepts, but there is no clear articulation of what the concepts are. ...
Keywords: meaning, semantics, abstract object nominalism, ontology, philosophy, concepts, modelling, representation, type nominalism

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June 2013 CAiSE'13: Proceedings of the 25th international conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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The use of models is increasing in software engineering, especially within the MDE initiative. Models are usually communicated by visualizing them, typically using a graphical modelling language. The architecture commonly used to standardize a software engineering modelling language utilizes multiple levels despite the fact that the basic assumptions are only ...
Keywords: modelling, metamodelling, multi-level architecture, MDE

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August 2012 Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage (JOCCH): Volume 5 Issue 2, July 2012
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In this article we evaluate three modeling techniques coming from information system engineering to represent cultural heritage domain concepts. Evaluations of the modeling techniques were performed by carrying out experiments with cultural heritage specialists. The first experiment consisted in evaluating UML class diagrams and a conceptual graph. The second experiment ...
Keywords: Conceptual modeling, qualitative evaluation

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August 2012 Journal of Visual Languages and Computing: Volume 23 Issue 4, August, 2012
Publisher: Academic Press, Inc.
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This work aims at evaluating a graphical notation for modelling software (and other kinds of) development methodologies, thus demonstrating how useful the graphical aspects can be for sharing knowledge between the people responsible for documenting information and those responsible for understanding and putting it into practice. We acknowledge the importance ...
Keywords: Software development methodologies, Cognitive dimensions, Graphical notation, Method engineering

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November 2010 ER'10: Proceedings of the 29th international conference on Conceptual modeling
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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The granularity of conceptual models depends at least in part on the granularity of their underpinning metamodel. Here we investigate the theory of granularity as it can be applied to conceptual modelling and, especially, metamodelling for information systems development methodologies. With a background context of situational method engineering, this paper ...
Keywords: concepts, abstraction, metamodels, modeling, granularity

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November 2009 IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering: Volume 35 Issue 6, November 2009
Publisher: IEEE Press
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In some areas of software engineering research, there are several metamodels claiming to capture the main issues. Though it is profitable to have variety at the beginning of a research field, after some time, the diversity of metamodels becomes an obstacle, for instance to the sharing of results between research ...
Keywords: Modeling, metamodel, multiagent systems., multiagent systems., Modeling, metamodel

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April 2009 Agent Computing and Multi-Agent Systems: 10th Pacific Rim International Conference on Multi-Agent Systems, PRIMA 2007, Bangkok, Thailand, November 21-23, 2007. Revised Papers
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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It is a widely accepted premise that no single methodology can be suitable for all Multi-Agent System (MAS) software projects. This premise is playing a significant role in the appearance of new methodologies at an increasing pace. To effectively harness the software engineering knowledge of methodologies, method engineering is an ...

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October 2008
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This book focuses on metamodelling as a discipline, exploring its foundations, techniques and results. It presents a comprehensive metamodel that covers process, product and quality issues under a common framework.Issues covered include:An explanation of what metamodelling is and why it is necessary in the context of software engineering. Basic concepts ...

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August 2008 Journal of Systems and Software: Volume 81 Issue 8, August, 2008
Publisher: Elsevier Science Inc.
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Software development methodologies advocated and used today, whether traditional and plan-based or contemporary and agile, usually focus on process steps i.e. they start with requirements and iteratively describe what steps are necessary to move to the next stage or phase, until the software application is delivered to the end user. ...
Keywords: Enactment, Software development methodologies, Metamodelling, ISO/IEC 24744

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March 2008 ASWEC '08: Proceedings of the 19th Australian Conference on Software Engineering
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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Two main candidates for the atomic element to be used in Situational Method Engineering (SME) have been proposed: the “method fragment” and the “method chunk.” These are examined here in terms of their conceptual integrity and in terms of how they may be used in method construction. Also, parallels are ...

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November 2007 Journal of Systems and Software: Volume 80 Issue 11, November, 2007
Publisher: Elsevier Science Inc.
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Current modelling approaches often purport to be based on a strong theoretical underpinning but, in fact, contain many ill-defined concepts or even contradictions leading to potential misinterpretation. Although much modelling in object-oriented contexts is focussed on the use of the Unified Modelling Language (UML), this paper presents a technology-agnostic approach ...
Keywords: Modelling, Software development methodologies, Theoretical basis, Metamodelling

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February 2007 SE'07: Proceedings of the 25th conference on IASTED International Multi-Conference: Software Engineering
Publisher: ACTA Press
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Despite the vast attention and wide acceptance of the newly engineered agile methods for software development, those methods are seldom linked to the goals of software process improvement (SPI), an approach that aims to provide support for significant improvement of both the quality of those methods as well as the ...
Keywords: SPI, agility, method engineering, software methodologies



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