IJMSO - OPSPL 2013 : Int. J. of Metadata, Semantics and Ontologies - Special Issue on: Ontology Paradigms in Software Programming Languages
Call For Papers
Special Issue on: "Ontology Paradigms in Software Programming Languages"
Dr. Saqib Saeed, Bahria University, Pakistan
Dr. Rene Robin, Jerusalem College of Engineering, India
Software development is a complex activity and most programming languages support only one or a few programming paradigms such as concurrent, object-oriented or functional ontologies. As a result, software developers may have to mix and match between different programming paradigms in different programming languages to accomplish their task, which can be tedious.
The addition of ontology paradigms into mainstream programming languages has improved the efficiency of implementing business domains. This special issue explores the development of meta-domain-specific language in current mainstream programming languages.
Suitable topics include but are not limited to:
Knowledge representation in programming language
Description logics for meta-DSL
Modelling language for domain experts
Incorporating ontology into programming language
Multi-paradigm programming language
Modelling ontologies as executable DSL
Semantic-based software development
Programming languages and metaprogramming
Ontology-driven software architecture
Ontology integration, merging and mapping
Ontology-based software engineering
Ontology and software development processes
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