A Generic Approach for the Semantic Annotation of Conceptual Models Using a Service-Oriented Architecture

A Generic Approach for the Semantic Annotation of Conceptual Models Using a Service-Oriented Architecture

Hans-Georg Fill (Stanford Center for Biomedical Informatics Research, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA, & Department of Knowledge and Business Engineering, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria), Daniela Schremser (Department of Knowledge and Business Engineering, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria) and Dimitris Karagiannis (Department of Knowledge and Business Engineering, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria)
Copyright: © 2013 |Pages: 13
DOI: 10.4018/jkm.2013010105
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Abstract

In this paper a generic service oriented architecture for the semantic annotation of conceptual models is described. It allows to annotate elements of conceptual models with concepts from formal semantic schemata. Thereby, additional semantic functionalities for models can be realized. Due to the integration of aspects of service orientation, the platform can be easily extended to support different modeling and semantic schema languages. Furthermore, it can act as an integration platform for other tools working on models and ontologies.
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In this section we will give a short introduction to modeling methods and conceptual models, semantic annotations and the concepts of service orientation that are necessary to describe our approach.

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