From Concept Models to Conceptual Data Models

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Title: From Concept Models to Conceptual Data Models
Author: Nistrup Madsen, Bodil; Odgaard, Anna Elisabeth
Abstract: In order to develop a harmonised and efficient IT system, such as a database, it is important to be familiar with the underlying concept model (concept systems) for the relevant domain which the IT system should be designed to accommodate, as this forms the necessary firm foundation for designing the conceptual data model. Although there is no one-to-one correlation between concept and characteristic features in the concept model and classes and attributes in the conceptual data model, there are many similarities between concept modelling and conceptual data modelling, and by closely examining the relationship between the two models, we have strived to construct an algorithm for creating conceptual data models in Unified Modelling Language (UML) on the basis of concept models that adhere to the traditional principles and methods of terminology work.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10398/8284
Date: 2011-03-09
Notes: Fremlagt på konferencen Terminology and Knowledge Engineering Conference 2010, 12. - 13. august, Dublin

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