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Title: Documentação semântica na engenharia de requisitos
Authors: Machado, Bruno Nandolpho
Keywords: Documentação Semântica;Anotações Semânticas;Engenharia de Requisitos;Ontologias;Documentação;Semântica;Engenharia de requisitos;Ontologias;Semantic Documentation;Semantic Annotations;Requirements Engineering;Ontologies
Issue Date: 13-Apr-2012
Publisher: Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo
Citation: MACHADO, Bruno Nandolpho. Documentação semântica na engenharia de requisitos. 2012. 150 f. Dissertação (Mestrado em Ciência da Computação) - Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, Vitória, 2012.
Abstract: Documents have played a key role in the dissemination of human knowledge, being used in most organizations as a way of storing knowledge. However, most of the knowledge stored in electronic documents is available only to be interpreted by humans and not by computer systems. The Semantic Web community argues that to make available web content accessible to systems (or intelligent agents), it is necessary to add ontology-based metadata to page content. This idea can also be applied in the context of documents generated using desktop tools such as Microsoft Word and Open Office Writer, transforming these documents into semantic documents. In this context, there are some ontology-based infrastructures for supporting semantic document management. These infrastructures are developed to support and facilitate the process of adding metadata to documents, and allow content extraction, storage and retrieval from semantic annotations. Among them, there is the Semantic Document Management Platform (SDMP) developed by Arantes (2010) in the Ontology & Conceptual Modeling Research Group This dissertation aims to specialize the SDMP for supporting requirements semantic documentation, in order to provide support features aimed at the field of Requirements Engineering (RE). To this end, we performed a preliminary assessment of the SDMP application to this area through its practical use, which allowed identifying several improvement opportunities. From these improvement opportunities, new general features were added to the SDMP, and we designed a specialization of it to the domain of Requirements Engineering. This specialization aims to explore the resources provided by the SDMP for creating specific functionalities to support RE processes and problems related to them. In this way, the SDMP is no longer limited to general application. For developing the RE specialization we also developed an extension of the Requirements Ontology used in (ARANTES, 2010)
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