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“…To achieve those goals, a multi-level domain ontology was developed. The "Multi-level Domain Ontology", whose main concepts are represented in Figure 3, relies on previous studies on domain ontologies [40] [41]. The ontology was designed to be easily extensible by sub-ontologies, depending on the domain at hand.…”
Section: Ontologies In Aman-damentioning
confidence: 99%
“…To achieve those goals, a multi-level domain ontology was developed. The "Multi-level Domain Ontology", whose main concepts are represented in Figure 3, relies on previous studies on domain ontologies [40] [41]. The ontology was designed to be easily extensible by sub-ontologies, depending on the domain at hand.…”
Section: Ontologies In Aman-damentioning
confidence: 99%
“…For this purpose, the strategy is based on the following premise: "To develop a software system, it is necessary to understand the requirements, and to educe the requirements, it is necessary to understand the domain" [12]. The strategy is composed by three sequential phases: domain modeling, system modeling and specification developing [13]:…”
Section: Kmos-re Strategymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…According to this definition, a software system is embedded in an application domain, so its usefulness depends on the problems that it can solve and on the objectives that it can achieve in this domain. The importance of the application domain in RE has been analyzed in several works [4], [5] and [6].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%