Towards End-to-end Interaction Ontology Development for Software Comprehension
Budiardjo, Eko Kuswardono
Zamzami, Elviawaty Muisa
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Most of program comprehension works over source code. In reality we often found that proven and workable software, exist without source code. Identifying end-to-end interaction within existing software is a promising way for run-time software comprehension. Those identified interaction forms a set of use cases. Based on use case modeling concept, ontology is created for each finding interaction in order to check for completeness and consistency. OWL serves as platform for ontology development. That ontology gives us a better understanding of software behavior. The procedures to identify the end-to-end interaction has been formulated and tested for university information systems.