Software Prototype for Ontology-Enabled Traceability Mechanisms

Due to the rapid advancement of technology, industrial-aged systems are being replaced by information-based models through system integration, where hardware and software are combined by a variety of communication means. As engineering systems become progressively complex, the challenge is to fully understand and implement the connectivity relationships among various models of visualization so that catastrophic…


Chapter 1 Introduction
1.1 Problem Statement
1.2 Traceability Mechanisms and Models
1.3 State-of-the-Art Requirements Modeling and Visualization
1.4 Proposed Approach
1.5 Smart Building Application
1.6 Ontologies and Ontology-Enabled Computing
1.7 Framework for Interactive Ontology-Enabled Design
1.8 Project Scope and Objectives
Chapter 2 Design Concept Modeling with UML
2.1 Development of System-Level Design Representations
2.2 Representing Ontologies with UML Class Diagrams
2.3 Relationships between Classes
2.4 Human-Ontology Interaction and Processing
Chapter 3 Software Architecture Design
3.1 Software Architecture Design
3.2 Graphical User Interface (GUI) Design and Traceability Support
3.3 Listener-Driven Events Using the Java DEM
3.4 Violet UML Editor
Chapter 4 Application: Washington, D.C. Metro System
4.1 Washington, D.C. Metro System
4.2 Requirements Panel
4.3 UML Class Diagram Panel
4.4 Metro System Engineering Model Panel
4.5 Traceability Connections
4.5.1 Interaction with the Requirements Panel
4.5.2 Interaction with the UML Panel
4.5.3 Interaction with the Engineering Drawing Panel
Chapter 5 Conclusion
5.1 Conclusions
5.2 Future Work

Author: Bever, Cari E.

Source: University of Maryland

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