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SQuAP-Ont: an ontology of software quality relational factors from financial systems
Ciancarini, Paolo; Nuzzolese, Andrea Giovanni; Presutti, Valentina; Russo, Daniel
Quality, architecture, and process are considered the keystones of software engineering. ISO defines them in three separate standards. However, their interaction has been scarcely studied, so far. The SQuAP model (Software Quality, Architecture, Process) describes twenty-eight main factors that impact on software quality in banking systems, and each factor is described as a relation among some characteristics from the three ISO standards. Hence, SQuAP makes such relations emerge rigorously, although informally. In this paper, we present SQuAP-Ont, an OWL ontology designed by following a well established methodology based on the re-use of Ontology Design Patterns (i.e. ODPs). SQuAP-Ont formalises the relations emerging from SQuAP in order to represent and reason via Linked Data about software engineering in a three-dimensional model consisting of quality, architecture, and process ISO characteristics.
Keyword(s): Ontologies; Ontology design patterns; Pattern-based ontology modelling; Software engineering; Software quality; Software process; Software architecture
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Type: Journal article
Peer-Reviewed: Yes
Language(s): English
Institution: University College Cork
Funder(s): Science Foundation Ireland
Citation(s): Ciancarini, P., Nuzzolese, A. G., Presutti, V. and Russo, D. (2019) SQuAP-Ont: an Ontology of Software Quality Relational Factors from Financial Systems, Semantic Web, In Press
Publisher(s): IOS Press
File Format(s): application/pdf
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