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  • Re: CogNIAM and ORM as business practices of SBVR - Habitation!

    Hello Sjir, [Sjir: Dear Brian] [First and for all thank you for your helpful post; I hope the software will maintain the colors In case that fails all my answers are within these brackets [ ] ]. First, I rather interjected a response into your thread, even though I hadn't read through the numerous...
    Posted to SBVR (Forum) by Sjir Nijssen on 05-05-2008
  • Re: CogNIAM and ORM as business practices of SBVR

    Dear John, Thanks for your clear description of semantic and speech communities in SBVR and the relationship to UoD. I would propose we extend it a bit by the following: SBVR distinguishes three levels: a. Ground facts b. Domain specific conceptual schema c. Generic conceptual schema In SBVR the union...
    Posted to SBVR (Forum) by Sjir Nijssen on 04-23-2008
  • Re: CogNIAM and ORM as business practices of SBVR

    Hi John, Thanks for your explanation. My response follows. Cheers Ken A semantic community is a group of people. Thanks for the clarification. Mea culpa! In my haste to answer the post, I had assumed that the definition of each term was self contained. I can now see that there is a structuring of terms...
    Posted to SBVR (Forum) by Ken Evans on 04-23-2008
  • Re: CogNIAM and ORM as business practices of SBVR

    Hi Roel, I don't know anything about UI and perFact so I can't comment. However, as I see it, although superficially similar, NIAM and ORM have a significant difference. For me, the crucial difference is that ORM meets the criteria required of a formal language. (See Terry Halpin's 1989 PhD...
    Posted to SBVR (Forum) by Ken Evans on 04-21-2008
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