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  • Re: ORM2 Exchange Language

    Jakob, At my request, the University of Liverpool will not be publishing my dissertation. You should bear in mind that my "dissertation document" was the report of my research project that took nine months. During this time I studied hundreds of documents and conducted a survey and an experiment...
    Posted to Other Tools (Forum) by Ken Evans on 01-09-2009
  • Re: CogNIAM and ORM as business practices of SBVR - Habitation!

    Dear Ken, My watch (Amsterdam time) says it is 22:40 when I wrote the previous post. Is it intentional that the website says 17:40? Kind regards Sjir
    Posted to SBVR (Forum) by Sjir Nijssen on 05-06-2008
  • Re: CogNIAM and ORM as business practices of SBVR - Habitation!

    Hello Sjir, First, I rather interjected a response into your thread, even though I hadn't read through the numerous proceding posts and replies. I saw the post regarding using the ORM Foundation website as a test case, and Ken's reply to that. Having talked to Ken a bit about the task of managing...
    Posted to SBVR (Forum) by Brian Nalewajek 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
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