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Towards Semantic-Aware Collaborations in Systems Engineering

Abstract : The design of nowadays complex systems requires a collaboration between a diversity of stakeholders: from domain experts to customers. For a collaboration to be efficient, the relevant information have to reach the right stakeholder at the right time in a format that is understandable to him/her. We propose a formal framework to integrate the meaning projected by stakeholders onto their data (the denotation), so that it can be unambiguously used by others. An implementation of this framework, relying on the existing language xOWL (extension of OWL2 with behavioral constructs), is then provided to perform the semantic integration of the captured denotations in an MBSE approach.
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Laurent Wouters, Stephen Creff, Emma Effa Bella, Ali Koudri. Towards Semantic-Aware Collaborations in Systems Engineering. 24th Asia-Pacific Software Engineering Conference (APSEC), Dec 2017, Nanjing, China. ⟨hal-01674924⟩



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