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Semantic and Syntactic Object Correlation in the Object-Oriented Method for Interoperability

Semantic and Syntactic Object Correlation in the Object-Oriented Method for Interoperability

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Published by Storming Media .
Written in English

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  • COM067000

  • The Physical Object
    FormatSpiral-bound
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    Open LibraryOL11845194M
    ISBN 101423506936
    ISBN 109781423506935

    Object-oriented languages all support similar concepts of classes, inheritance, fields, methods and method invocation. This convergence of fundamental features can be seen in how similar the recent releases from Microsoft and Sun are, C# and Java respectively. Meyer () provides a comprehensive list of Semantic modelling, a form. Object Oriented Vs Service Oriented We present a comparison of the two programming models based on following factors: Level of Abstraction: In Object Oriented Software Develop-ment (OOSD), an object or a class instance is the basic unit available to software developers. It is a datastructure thatFile Size: KB.

    In describing the semantics of object oriented languages, it seems natural that such a notion of closure should play a central role. SMALLTALK and other object oriented languages, of course, go much beyond data objects with local states. They allow classes to be defined, objects to . An object-oriented approach for semantic understanding of messages in a distributed object system object oriented design, network program-ming languages like Java, and architecture frameworks like and learns how to interact with the object. In a remote method invocation system like .

      Semantic framework for mapping object-oriented model to semantic web languages. Ježek P(1), Mouček R(1). Author information: (1)New Technologies for the Information Society, Faculty of Applied Sciences, University of West Bohemia Plzeň, Czech Republic ; Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Faculty of Applied Sciences, University Cited by: This section presents the Semantic Ontology Mapping for Interoperability of Learning Resource Systems (SMILE) architecture, as shown in Fig. 1, to support the semantic ontology mapping and semantic querying of learning objects through common ontology provides a Semantic Bridge Ontology (SBO) mapping-tool interface for importing the learning resource ontologies (LROs) and Cited by:


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Semantic and Syntactic Object Correlation in the Object-Oriented Method for Interoperability [Stephen F. Shedd] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This is a NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA report procured by the Pentagon and made available for public release. It has been reproduced in the best form available to the : Stephen F. Shedd. SEMANTIC AND SYNTACTIC OBJECT CORRELATION IN THE OBJECT-ORIENTED METHOD FOR INTEROPERABILITY Stephen F.

Shedd Lieutenant, United States Navy B.S., United States Naval Academy, Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of MASTER OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE from the NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL September 4. Object-oriented model of the system The analysis and design of the software architecture of the syntactic pattern recognition system has been done according to the object-oriented methodology [4].

Firstly, the main (at the top-level of abstraction) classes and objects have been identified. Let us consider the diagram shown in Fig. Object Oriented and Ontology Alignment Patterns based Expressive Mediation Bridge Ontology (MBO) Semantic web is dependent on extensive knowledge management by inter linking resources on the web using matching techniques.

This work contributes to the overall objective of interoperability among heterogeneous Size: 1MB. The Semantic Object Framework (SOF) (Po-Huan et al., ) utilizes embedded comments in source codes to describe semantic relationships between classes and attributes. The eClass (Liu et al., ) is a solution that changes Java syntax to embed semantic descriptions into an object-oriented source code.

These frameworks thus enrich the input Cited by: Abstract. A method to convert relational schemas to an object oriented semantic model is presented.

It makes explicit knowledge about the semantic of the database that was implicit in the schemas or in the extension, through a knowledge acquisition by: This is a useful introduction to the theory behind data types in object oriented (OO) languages. It starts at a very readable pace.

The first section (about pages) covers the basics of OO languages and OO features, and establishes a working by:   This paper presents an algebraic semantics schema for object oriented languages including concurrent features.

A class, the basic syntactic unit of an object oriented language, in our approach denotes a set of algebras determined by an algebraic specification. This specification describes a system of (possibly active) objects interacting via method by: 3. A semantic data model in software engineering has various meanings.

It is a conceptual data model in which semantic information is included. This means that the model describes the meaning of its instances. Such a semantic data model is an abstraction that defines how the stored symbols (the instance data) relate to the real world.; It is a conceptual data model that includes the capability.

An Object-Oriented Semantic Model Object Oriented design heuristics have been recognised as an informal, yet effective method for establishing whether or not a particular design. A generic semantic-based framework is presented for the definition and manipulation of class hierarchies for object-oriented languages.

The framework is based on the notion of observable of a class, i.e. an abstraction of its semantics when focusing on a behavioral property of interest. By exploiting such a notion, we define the semantic subclass relation, capturing [ ]Cited by: 2.

An example is Young's Object-Oriented Method for Interoperability (OOMI), which produces a Federation Interoperability Object Model (FIOM) for the resolution of heterogeneities in representation Author: Paul E. Young. In information science, an upper ontology (also known as a top-level ontology, upper model, or foundation ontology) is an ontology (in the sense used in information science) which consists of very general terms (such as "object", "property", "relation") that are common across all domains.

An important function of an upper ontology is to support broad semantic interoperability among a large. A Practical Example of Semantic Interoperability of Large-Scale Topographic Databases Using Semantic Web It is common practice in cartography to use an object-oriented approach as the basic semantic, 2) schematic and 3) syntactic.

The method proposed in this paper mainly focuses on semantic heterogeneity. In the following sections the Cited by: The Semantic Object Model (SOM) Method Modelling Method developed in the s by FERSTL and SINZ, University of Bamberg „comprehensive, integrated and rigor modelling approach“ Relevance Strategic planning of a complete corporate system Dl tfdititif ti tDevelopment of distinct information systems Paradigms Object Orientation.

The semantic data model is a method of structuring data in order to represent it in a specific logical way. It is a conceptual data model that includes semantic information that adds a basic meaning to the data and the relationships that lie between them.

The Essence of Object-Oriented Program Semantics K. Rustan M. Leino Compaq Systems Research Center I give a semantics for an imperative, object-oriented programming notation.

The semantics is given in terms of what we already know about the weakest-precondition and refinement semantics of imperative, procedural languages, which I review in the. has developed two popular models, object-oriented databases and deductive databases.

In this section, we review the object-oriented database model and the de-ductive database model, primarily derived from [6, 11]. The goal of objective-oriented databases is to apply object-oriented concepts in object-oriented program-ming in modeling data. Semantic Predicate Types and Approximation for which expressesthe core features of a class-based object oriented programming language (e.g.

inheritance, method invocation and field access, object creation). Its compact nature allows proofs of its properties to be correspondingly succinct. As such, it has proved extremely. Semantic Analysis of Source Code in Object Oriented Programming.

A Case Study for C# understand the relations and dependencies among source code artifacts. Supported features include, encapsulation, inheritance (sub-classing and sub-typing), method overloading, method overriding, and method signature information. It is designed for Java. SO - Semantic Object.

Looking for abbreviations of SO? It is Semantic Object. Semantic Object listed as SO A research typology for object-oriented analysis and design. Semantic Object; Semantic Object Model; Semantic Open Source Software; Semantic Operating Language; Semantic Overlay Network.models produced using an object-oriented analysis method by comparing how semantically similar and complete are the domain models produced by independent analysts applying the method to the same problem.

We introduce a possible measure of semantic similarity and evaluate it by using it to compare the predictability of two object-oriented analy.The core of any OOA method is discovering and understanding concepts and their relationships in a domain.

The main artifact produced by an OOA method is a domain model of the domain. A domain model often serves as the main source of design concepts during .