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  • Re: UUID vs URI

    Thank you Terry, I understand your points. Ken, I see that ORM has several advantages over RDF and OWL, and yet, RDF and OWL seem to be more popular.  I thought that some ideas may be copied, and URI could be one of them. But I understand Terry's point. PC
    Posted to Extensions to ORM (Forum) by pcarbonn on 08-04-2010
  • UUID vs URI

    In this simplified metamodel for ORM, UUID are used to identify elements in the model.  This contrasts with RDF which uses Universal Resources Identifiers (URI).  This observation led me to the following thought: what if ORM used URI too ? What if type identifiers were prefixed with a web address, implicitly or explicitly ? It would ...
    Posted to Extensions to ORM (Forum) by pcarbonn on 08-04-2010
  • Re: The prospects of ORM Lite

    Thanks Clifford, I understand the need for commercial returns.  For some reason, I favor a free drawing tool, and chargeable additional services on the server, which seems to be the opposite of your approach.   Are you aware that your javascript source code for APRIMO can easily be read on most browsers?  I have just accessed the ...
    Posted to ORM Lite (Forum) by pcarbonn on 07-28-2010
  • Re: The prospects of ORM Lite

    Thank you Brian, I'm glad to hear that you are making progress on this development. I wish I could give you an answer on the sponsorship side.  Maybe it is possible to develop it as an alternative to the Visual Studio version, and draw some revenue from it. For example, by charging for some of its functionality, or when the model ...
    Posted to ORM Lite (Forum) by pcarbonn on 07-26-2010
  • Re: The prospects of ORM Lite

    Clifford, Thank you for sharing your idea of using Raphael for a web drawing tool, although it's not clear how much progress you've made on that.  Wouldn't it be great to have a free web drawing tool capable of creating an ORM model, and then to export it using a standard ORM exchange format, so that additional functions could ...
    Posted to ORM Lite (Forum) by pcarbonn on 07-26-2010
  • Re: ORM2 Exchange Language

    I found this simplified metamodel for ORM, which goes in the direction of an exchange format. Unfortunately, I can't read the PDF file. Could someone fix this?  Is the work still in progress ? Pierre C.  
    Posted to Other Tools (Forum) by pcarbonn on 07-26-2010
  • The prospects of ORM Lite

    Dear all, I'd like to hear your thoughts about ORM Lite.  In a previous thread, Fenton asked for a free tool for ORM, to be used by students and enthusiasts. It would certainly help in the adoption of ORM.  I would think that ORM Lite could be the answer.  It would just need an update of its user interface to make it easier ...
    Posted to ORM Lite (Forum) by pcarbonn on 07-26-2010
  • Re: RDF and OWL

     Thank you Ken.  This is very helpful. PC
    Posted to RDF & OWL & OCL (Forum) by pcarbonn on 07-11-2010
  • RDF and OWL

    You may want to open a new topic on RDF and OWL in the"Standard" section, next to SBVR.  Here is a a question I would like to see answered in that section :  How does ORM compare to RDF and OWL ? Among other things, what is the benefit of n-ary predicates compared to binary ones ?  Any pointer to an existing document on ...
    Posted to RDF & OWL & OCL (Forum) by pcarbonn on 07-10-2010
  • Re: How does ORM compare to SBVR ?

     Thank you Terry, this is helpful. 
    Posted to SBVR (Forum) by pcarbonn on 07-06-2010
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