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Domain modeling for software engineering

Domain modeling for software engineering,10.1109/ICSE.1991.130660,Neil Iscoel,Gerald B. Williams,Guillermo Arango

Domain modeling for software engineering   (Citations: 25)
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The authors examine domain modeling approaches from the viewpoint of their operational goals. Domain models are representations of an application domain that can be used for a variety of operational goals in support of specific software engineering tasks or processes. Some of the operational goals of domain modeling for software engineering are illustrated. A workshop on domain modeling was organized around operational goals and their resultant domain models and modeling methodologies. The workshop verified the importance of generalized meta-models and their use in instantiating domain knowledge into application domain models. Representation, domain classification and analysis, model development, instantiation evolution and validation, and knowledge structuring and inference are discussed
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