Metainformatics: International Symposium, MIS 2003, Graz, by Peter J. Nürnberg, Uffe K. Wiil, David L. Hicks (auth.),

By Peter J. Nürnberg, Uffe K. Wiil, David L. Hicks (auth.), David L. Hicks (eds.)

This quantity includes the ?nal court cases of the MetaInformatics Symposium 2003 (MIS 2003). the development was once held September 17–20 at the campus of the Graz collage of expertise in Graz, Austria. As with prior occasions within the MIS sequence, MIS 2003 introduced jointly - searchers and practitioners from a large choice of ?elds to debate a large diversity of subject matters and ideas regarding the ?eld of desktop technology. The contributions that have been accredited to and offered on the symposium are of a large choice. Theyrangefromtheoreticalconsiderationsofimportantmetainformatics-related questions and concerns to useful descriptions of methods and structures that - fer information of their answer. i'm hoping you are going to ?nd the papers contained during this quantity as attention-grabbing because the different individuals of this system committee and Ihave. those court cases wouldn't have been attainable with no the assistance and ass- tance of many folks. particularly i want to recognize the help of Springer-Verlag in Heidelberg, Germany, specially Anna Kramer, the pc technological know-how editor, and Alfred Hofmann, the administrative editor for the LNCS series.

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The formalism contains 20 instances of meta-concepts {UnaryExpression, Restriction, Predicate, Axiom (left predicate, operand, right predicate), CompositeAxiom (list of equivalents, list of disjoints), UnaryPredicate, BinaryPredivate, Datatype, Concept, DatatypeProeprty, ObjectProperty, DatatypeValue, UnaryIndividual (concept instance), SetOfIndividuals(for oneOf restriction), BinaryINdividual(property instance), ExpressionOperand, RestrictionQuantifier, RoleFiller (UnaryIndividual or DatatypeValue) and BinaryExpression}.

Algebraic specification of data types: A synthetic approach. Mathematical Systems Theory, 14:97–139, 1981. 13. Robert C. Martin. Agile Software Development, Principles, Patterns, and Practices. Prentice Hall, 2002. 14. J. McCarthy and S. Buvac. Formalizing context (expanded notes). In Working Papers of the AAAI Fall Symposium on Context in Knowledge Representation and Natural Language, pages 99–135. American Association for Artificial Intelligence, 1997. 15. A. Mehler. Text mining with the help of cohesion trees.

Traditional modeling conceptions using data-types and object-oriented specifications are too detailed to be used at such an early stage, and at the same time lack information which can be given very early during the design. Our approach attempts to give insights into a possible system functionality, based on very little input. An implementation of the modeling support we propose would provide an interactive process of system functionality refinement, in which a formal model is used to provide recommendations to the developer.

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