Semantic annotation of visual models is useful to provide a precise, formal meaning to model elements, thus making them more understandable to people, enabling a deeper analysis of requirements and automated reasoning. We present an approach for the enrichment of visual models of an organization, with annotations characterized by a semantics defined by an organized, structured source of knowledge. In order to carry out the semantic annotation a set of suggestions referring to the use of general and specific ontologies is presented. Moreover, we present a case study to validate the effectiveness of our approach.

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Title Enriching Organizational Models through Semantic Annotation
Authors B. Vazquez, A. Martinez, A. Perini, H. Estrada, and M. Morandini
Type Journal
Conference/Journal Title Procedia Technology
Volume/Number 7
Publisher Elsevier
Month -
Year 2013
Pages 297-304
DOI 10.1016/j.protcy.2013.04.037
Keywords jUCMNav, semantic annotation, visual models, ontologies, requirements engineering, OntoSem ontology, iStarML
Topic revision: r1 - 03 Apr 2014, DanielAmyot
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