[PD13] The G.O.A.L. Approach

Conférence Internationale avec comité de lecture : ENASE 2013, International Conference on Evaluation of Novel Approaches to Software Engineering, July 2013, pp.173-180,

Mots clés: Goal, Algebra, Semantic Web, Ontology, Semantic Web Service

Résumé: In a global context of sharing information, such as Big Data and cloud computing paradigms, researchers are developing many means to deal with new data models and algorithms. However, the development and reuse of these ones is complex because of the heterogeneity of environments, data formats and contexts of use all around of the world. That's why a way to share and reuse algorithms and treatments through a common formalism is needed, for both machines and computers. The ultimate goal of our work is to provide a collaborative platform for not only experts but also machines automatically develop, reuse and chain treatments, computations and models. For this, we rely on a goal-oriented approach which is associated with the Semantic Web, to establish a common formalism to design models for worldwide researchers. In this article, we propose the formalization of our approach thanks to an algebra which is linked to the Semantic Web standards. Finally, we provide a high-level language dedicated to both computers and experts, illustrated with examples that are linked to the agriculture domain.

Equipe: sys
Collaboration: ESITPA


@inproceedings {
title="{The G.O.A.L. Approach}",
author=" Y. Pollet and J. Dantan ",
booktitle="{ENASE 2013, International Conference on Evaluation of Novel Approaches to Software Engineering}",