Btw I forgot to mention that PSL is available in CLIF format. (01)
Talk about reuse and harmonisation ;) (02)
Anders W.Tell wrote:
> A positive example could be the way PSL from NIST is being *re*used in
> some OMG standards. Both BusinessProcessDM and Executable is being
> integrated with PSL through the work of Conrad Bock and others.
> Executable UML
> A compact and computationally complete subset of UML 2 with a full
> specification of its semantics defined operationally and declaratively.
> The operational semantics is executable model with methods written in
> Java, with a mapping to UML Activity Diagrams. The declarative semantics
> is specified in first order logic and based on PSL.
> The Business Process Definition Metamodel (BPDM) is the first standard
> metamodel to facilitate development of service-oriented architectures
> within and among enterprises by unifying internal business or department
> processes (orchestration) with interactions between businesses or
> departments (choreography). It is also the first standard metamodel to
> provide uniform performance, enactment, or execution of business
> processes by modeling common-sense notions of time and process, as
> captured in the Process Specification Language.
> /anders w. tell
> Rich Cooper wrote:
>> Dear All
>> It appears that the ontology effort has too many cooks and too little brew.
>> Everyone wants ontology movements to succeed, but the economics of applying
>> ontological methods isn't compelling enough to get agreement.
>> The history of IEEE SUO, W3C, Cyc, and all but the Dublin Core ontology (so
>> minimal in scope) projected into future work leaves me very pessimistic
>> about ever seeing a widely subscribed ontology for all but the smallest
>> domains (e.g., Dublin Core). Maybe it just isn't feasible to standardize
>> any large ontology.
>> Is our work producing benefits after all these years? Positive examples
>> would be useful to discuss before we self destruct on these issues.
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