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Generic unified modelling process for developing semantically rich, dynamic and temporal models

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Grzybek, H. and Gulliver, S. (2011) Generic unified modelling process for developing semantically rich, dynamic and temporal models. In: IASTED Modelling and Simulation , July 4-6 2011, Calgary, Canada.

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Abstract/Summary

Models play a vital role in supporting a range of activities in numerous domains. We rely on models to support the design, visualisation, analysis and representation of parts of the world around us, and as such significant research effort has been invested into numerous areas of modelling; including support for model semantics, dynamic states and behaviour, temporal data storage and visualisation. Whilst these efforts have increased our capabilities and allowed us to create increasingly powerful software-based models, the process of developing models, supporting tools and /or data structures remains difficult, expensive and error-prone. In this paper we define from literature the key factors in assessing a model’s quality and usefulness: semantic richness, support for dynamic states and object behaviour, temporal data storage and visualisation. We also identify a number of shortcomings in both existing modelling standards and model development processes and propose a unified generic process to guide users through the development of semantically rich, dynamic and temporal models.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Henley Business School > Business Informatics, Systems and Accounting
ID Code:24785
Uncontrolled Keywords:Modelling, Semantic, Dynamic, Temporal
Additional Information:Proceedings have been published online see DOI: 10.2316/P.2011.735-049

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