Exploring collective DSL integration in a large situated IS: Towards comprehensive language integration in information systems
|Exploring collective DSL integration in a large situated IS: Towards comprehensive language integration in information systems|
|Author(s)||Aram M., Neumann G.|
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|Keyword(s)||DSL, Language integration, semantic enterprise wiki (Extra: DSL, Information systems, Problem oriented languages, Semantics, Software architecture, Domain specific languages, Enterprise wiki, Language integration, Shared understanding, Via technologies, Integration)|
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Exploring collective DSL integration in a large situated IS: Towards comprehensive language integration in information systems is a 2014 conference paper written in English by Aram M., Neumann G. and published in ACM International Conference Proceeding Series.
In large situated information system instances, a great variety of stakeholders interact with each other via technology, constantly shaping and refining the information system. In the course of such a system's history, a range of domain-specific languages may have been incorporated. These language means are often not sufficiently integrated on an ontological level leading to syntactical and conceptual redundancies and impeding a shared understanding of the systems' functionalities. In this paper, we present our ambitions towards a language integration approach that aims at mitigating this problem. We exemplify it in the context of an existing educational information system instance.
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