As for other information systems, Service-Oriented Systems (SOSs) should be engineering to satisfy the requirements of its stakeholders. But, while requirements are understood in terms of, e.g., goals and assumptions, services are viewed in terms of, e.g., preconditions and effects. In order to reduce the gap between those two conceptualizations, we propose and discuss the relations between two ontologies: CORE and WSMO. Our work lies in conceptual foundations, i.e., the two ontologies along with their bridge rules, on which to build methodologies for the requirements engineering of SOSs.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of the 2011 ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC), TaiChung, Taiwan|
|Subtitle of host publication||ACM SAC SOAP 2011|
|Number of pages||2|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|
- Requirements Engineering for Service-oriented Systems
- Ontology Mapping
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A Service-oriented Approach to Business and Information Technology Alignment: Foundations, Models, and ToolsAuthor: Verlaine, B., 8 Jun 2016
Student thesis: Doc types › Doctor of Economics and Business Management