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  • P12 A closer look at the join-equality constraint

      Abstract. Assume an ORM-diagram where there exist two (or more) paths from one entity type to another through a sequence of many-to-one binary facts. Here we may have a join-equality constraint saying that if we follow the different paths from an instance of the first entity type, we should find the same instance of the second entity type. ...
    Posted to ORM 2008 (FileGallery) by admin on Tue, Dec 2 2008
  • P15 Evaluation and enhancements in NORMA

    Abstract:  This presentation describes how students at The Carlson School of Management evaluated the NORMA tool. Author: Gordon Everest Professor Emeritus Carlson School of Management and CCE University of Minnesota  
    Posted to ORM 2008 (FileGallery) by admin on Sat, Nov 29 2008
  • P14A Model Ontological Commitments Using ORM+ in T-Lex

    Abstract. When designing and developing ontology based applications, we semantically ground them by ontologically committing the application rules to their respective domain. These rules can be, for instance decision rules for a decision support system. For the DOGMA framework we have introduced ORM+, a novel extension of ORM for modeling, ...
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  • P11 How to avoid redundant Object-References

    Abstract: This presentation covers the need to avoid redundant object references. It also shows how to avoid them. Author: Andy Carver:  Neumont University
    Posted to ORM 2008 (FileGallery) by admin on Sat, Nov 29 2008
  • P14B DOGMA-MESS:A Tool for Fact-Oriented Collaborative Ontology Evolution ?

    Abstract: Ontologies being shared formal specifications of a domain are an important lever for developing meaningful internet systems. However, the problem is not in what ontologies are, but how they become operationally relevant and sustainable over longer periods of time. Fact-oriented and layered approaches such as DOGMA have been successful ...
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  • P07 An ORM Metamodel for tracing Requirements across the systems development life cycle

    Abstract. Enterprises launching IT development projects usually start off with establishing Use Cases or similar techniques to document functional requirements as a special directed effort. More often than not, the resulting information system has buried these and other newly discovered undocumented requirements into program code---loosing the ...
    Posted to ORM 2008 (FileGallery) by admin on Sun, Nov 23 2008
  • P06 SBVR : a fact-oriented OMG standard

    Abstract: This paper gives an introduction to the recently established OMG SBVR standard on business rules. This standard is a major step forward in improving the productivity of business rule- modelers and analysts. The paper shows how the mature fact-oriented approaches, e.g. ORM and CogNiam, are related to this new ...
    Posted to ORM 2008 (FileGallery) by admin on Sun, Nov 23 2008
  • P01 A Metamodel for Enabling a Service Oriented Architecture

      Abstract: Process modelling initiatives generally develop their process models without much emphasis on data, burying their sequence of operations as a thread within a non-elementary process. More often than not, these buried operations are elementary atomic reusable components. The resulting models are generally not flexible or ...
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  • P00 ORM 2008 - Programme

    This document lists the presentations that were given at the ORM Workshop in Monterrey, Mexico November 12-14 2008 
    Posted to ORM 2008 (FileGallery) by admin on Wed, Nov 19 2008
  • P00 ORM 2008-Opening

    Terry Halpin used these slides to open the ORM 2008 workshop in Monterrey, Mexico   November 12-14.
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