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Automation of the Ontology Axioms Transformation into Information Processing Rules Model

  • Olegas Vasilecas
  • Diana Bugaite
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The business rule approach is used in information systems to represent domain knowledge and to maintain rules systems efficiently in volatile business environment. But firstly, it is necessary to determine the business rules and ensure that the rules are appropriate. The important requirement for developing of the rules model is to reduce efforts, costs and time. This requirement can be implemented by the explicit use of enterprise knowledge for generation of rules, which can be implemented as modern DBMSs triggers.

Keywords

Business Rule Automatic Transformation Event Ontology Executable Rule Trigger Rule 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Olegas Vasilecas
    • 1
  • Diana Bugaite
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Information SystemsVilnius Gediminas Technical UniversityLithuania

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