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  • Argentine Symposium on

    Ontologies and their

    Applications

    44 Jornadas Argentinas de Informtica

    Sociedad Argentina de Informtica (SADIO)

    Rosario, Argentina

    September 2-3, 2015

    hleoneRectngulo

  • 2015 for the individual papers by the papers authors. Copying permitted for private and academic purposes. Re-publication of material from this volume requires permission by the copyright owners. This volume is published and copyrighted by its editors.

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  • Preface

    This proceedings contents the papers accepted for presentation at SAOA 2015, the 1st

    Argentine Symposium on Ontologies and their Applications (Simposio Argentino de

    Ontologas y sus Aplicaciones), held on August 2-3, 2015 in Rosario, Argentina, at the

    Universidad Nacional de Rosario - Facultad de Ciencias Exactas, Ingeniera y Agrimensura

    (FCEIA-UNR). SAOA 2015 was part of the 44th JAIIO, the 44th Argentine Conference on

    Informatics, organized by SADIO. JAIIO is organized as a series of thematic symposia including

    topics such as software engineering, artificial intelligence, technology, agroinformatics, high

    performance computing, industrial informatics, free software, law, health, information society,

    and a students contest.

    The Argentine Symposium on Ontologies and their Applications aims at providing a meeting

    point among researchers from different fields as well as professionals from industries having

    interest on ontologies. SAOA encourages the submission of original contributions ranging

    from academic research to industrial and business applications having a significant impact as

    well as lessons learned and best practices in ontology development. This is the first national

    symposium on the topic of ontologies. We hope it will provide the motivation needed to

    advance research on this interesting and influential topic.

    We are very grateful to the authors for submitting their works, to all the program committee

    members for doing an excellent job and to all the people involved in the JAIIO organization,

    represented by Prof. Diego Milone, from Sinc(i) - FICH-UNL/CONICET, Prof. Pablo Granito,

    from CIFASIS - CONICET/UNR; and Prof. Rosita Wachenchauzer, President of SADIO, for

    providing the guidance and support along the way.

    Our special thanks are also addressed to the invited speakers Prof. Giancarlo Guizzardi and

    Prof. Joo Paulo Andrade Almeida.

    September, 2015 Horacio Leone

    Pablo Fillotrani

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  • Chairs

    Fillotrani, Pablo (LISSI-DCIC-UNS, CIC)

    Leone, Horacio (INGAR-Dpto ISI, CONICET- FRSF UTN)

    Program Committee

    Ale, Mariel - CIDISI, Facultad Regional Santa Fe, UTN, (Argentina)

    Ballejos, Luciana - CIDISI, Facultad Regional Santa Fe,UTN, (Argentina)

    Caliusco, Mara Laura - CIDISI, Facultad Regional Santa Fe,UTN, (Argentina)

    Cecchi, Laura Andrea Universidad Nacional del Comahue, Facultad de Informtica,

    (Argentina)

    Cenci, Karina Universidad Nacional del Sur, (Argentina)

    Chiotti, Omar - INGAR (CONICET/UTN), (Argentina)

    Diaz Pace, Andres, ISISTAN-CONICET, UNICEN University (Argentina)

    Estevez, Elsa - United Nations University - Operating Unit on Policy-driven Electronic

    Governance (UNU-EGOV)

    Galli, Mara Rosa - INGAR (CONICET/UTN), (Argentina)

    Gonnet, Silvio - INGAR (CONICET/UTN), (Argentina)

    Gmez, Sergio Alejandro - Universidad Nacional del Sur, (Argentina)

    Guarino, Nicola - ISTC-CNR Laboratory for Applied Ontology, Trento, (Italy)

    Guizzardi, Giancarlo - Universidade Federal do Espritu Santo (UFES), (Brasil)

    Guizzardi, Renata - Universidade Federal do Espritu Santo (UFES), (Brasil)

    Gutirrez, Claudio C. -Computer Science Department, Universidad de Chile (Chile)

    Gutierrez, Milagros - CIDISI, Facultad Regional Santa Fe, UTN, (Argentina)

    Henning, Gabriela - INTEC (CONICET,UNL), (Argentina)

    Keet, C. Maria - University of Cape Town, (Sudfrica)

    Montejano, Germn - Universidad Nacional de San Luis (Argentina)

    Motz, Regina - Universidad de La Repblica, (Uruguay)

    Olsina, Luis - GIDIS_Web, Grupo de I+D en Ingeniera de Software y Web Facultad de

    Ingeniera, UNLPam,(Argentina)

    Parente de Oliveira, Jos Mara - Departamento de Ciencias de la Computacin, Instituto

    tecnolgico Aeronutico,(Brasil)

    Rico, Mariela - CIDISI, Facultad Regional Santa Fe, UTN, (Argentina)

    Vegetti, Marcela - INGAR (CONICET/UTN), (Argentina)

    Villarreal, Pablo - CIDISI, Facultad Regional Santa Fe, UTN, (Argentina)

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  • Invited Talks

    Using UFO as a Reference Ontology in the (Re)Design of Enterprise Modelling

    Languages

    Joo Paulo Andrade Almeida

    Ontology and Conceptual Modeling Group (NEMO), Computer Science Department - Federal University

    of Espirito Santo (UFES), Vitria, Brazil

    Pattern-Based Ontology Engineering Giancarlo Guizzardi

    Ontology and Conceptual Modeling Group (NEMO), Federal University of Espirito Santo (UFES), Vitria,

    Brazil & Laboratory of Applied Ontology, Institute for Cognitive Science and Technology (ISTC), Italian

    National Research Council (CNR), Trento, Italy

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  • Using UFO as a Reference Ontology in the (Re)Design of

    Enterprise Modelling Languages

    Joo Paulo Andrade Almeida

    Ontology and Conceptual Modeling Group (NEMO),

    Computer Science Department

    Federal University of Espirito Santo (UFES), Vitria, Brazil

    Abstract. Conceptual modeling has been considered a key activity in enterprise architecture and information systems engineering, and comprises the use of dia-

    grammatic languages for communication, understanding and problem

    solving regarding a universe of discourse. The effectiveness of a modeling

    language for the aforementioned tasks is strongly related to the

    language's domain appropriateness, i.e., to the language's ability to

    express the relevant characteristics of the domain at hand. A language

    designer must, therefore, understand the phenomena (or domain) that should

    be covered by the language and propose symbolic structures that will

    empower prospective language users to efficiently carry out certain tasks

    concerning the represented phenomena. This requires the design of a

    language with some form of correspondence between its constructs and

    things in the external world, which we call real-world semantics.

    Although essential to language design and semantic interoperability tasks,

    the real-world semantics of conceptual modeling languages for the

    enterprise is often defined only informally with no rigor or

    methodological support for the language designer. As a consequence, a

    number of language issues may arise, including lack of semantic clarity

    and expressiveness, which ultimately affect the language's ability to

    serve as a basis for communication, analysis and transformation.

    In this tutorial, we will discuss advances in the last decade concerning

    the application of reference ontologies to address these issues. We will

    show how well-founded reference ontologies can serve to inform the design

    and revision of enterprise modeling languages. In order to provide a solid

    basis for reference ontologies, we will discuss the role of a foundational

    ontology in this process (the Unified Foundational Ontology, UFO). A

    number of concrete cases of language revision will be discussed involving

    ArchiMate and other languages, encompassing different enterprise

    architectural domains (such as services, capabilities, goals,

    organizational structure, etc.).

    Short Bio. Joo Paulo Andrade Almeida is associate professor at the Com-

    puter Science Department of the Federal University of Esprito Santo, Brazil.

    Proceeding of SAOA 2015 Copyright 2015 held by the author(s) VI

  • He is a member of the Ontology and Conceptual Modelling Research Group

    (NEMO) .

    He joined the Centre for Telematics and Information Technology at the Uni-

    versity of Twente in September 2001, and received his Ph.D. from that universi-

    ty in 2006, with the Ph.D. thesis entitled Model-Driven Design of Distributed

    Applications. During 2006, he worked as a Scientific Researcher for the

    Telematica Instituut on the application of model-driven approaches to the de-

    sign of services and service-oriented architectures. He has participated in the

    European SPICE IST and MODA-TEL IST projects, in the Dutch Freeband

    WASP project and in the AMIDST project. Since 2007, he has been working on

    the application of ontologies in enterprise architecture and enterprise modeling.

    He has served as principal researcher in a CNPq/FAPES PRONEX project, as

    well as Dean of the Graduate School in Computer Science at the Federal Uni-

    versity of Esprito Santo (2011-2013).

    Proceeding of SAOA 2015 Copyright 2015 held by the author(s) VII

  • Pattern-Based Ontology Engineering

    Giancarlo Guizzardi

    Ontology and Conceptual Modeling Group (NEMO),

    Federal University of Espirito Santo (UFES), Vitria, Brazil

    &

    Laboratory of Applied Ontology,

    Institute for Cognitive Science and Technology (ISTC),

    Italian National Research Council (CNR), Trento, Italy

    Abstract. In his ACM Turing Award Lecture entitled The Humble Program-

    mer, E. W. Dijkstra discus