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From a Conceptual Ontology to the TELOS Operational System [r-libre/2282]

Paquette, Gilbert, & Magnan, François (2009). From a Conceptual Ontology to the TELOS Operational System. In Proceeding of ITS-2008.

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Abstract: In the last four years, within the LORNET research network, the LICEF team has been designing and developing TELOS, an innovative operation system for eLearning and knowledge management environments. This communication will present the main steps that have led to the actual system, as a contribution to the general software engineering methodology. We will first briefly present the background and initial requirements for TELOS. Then, we will summarize an ontology that captures the conceptual architecture of the system. Finally, we will present the transition of this conceptual ontology towards the technical ontology that actually drives the system. In conclusion, we will underline the main advantages of this method for building ontology-driven systems such as TELOS.
Depositor: Paquette, Gilbert
Owner / Manager: Gilbert Paquette
Deposited: 07 May 2021 15:47
Last Modified: 07 May 2021 15:47

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