Semantic-enabled Software Engineering and Development

Bernhard Bauer, Stephan Roser

INFORMATIK 2006 - Informatik für Menschen, Christian Hochberger and Rüdiger Liskowsky (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Informatics (LNI), volume P-94, pp. 293-296, Bonner Köllen Verlag, 2006

Like in automotive and other production oriented domains, industrialization was the key issue for reducing production costs and being competitive. However, software is still developed mainly from scratch in a labour intensive way. In order to be competitive with e.g. low-wage countries, the software development process has to be industrialized and automated. The model-driven software development approach as well as Semantic Web technologies can help to support such software industrialization. Therefore, in this paper we will set up a vision and give concrete examples how semantic enabled software development can look like and give a first architecture of a development environment supporting this vision.

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