domain model


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domain model

(systems analysis)
1. A definition of the functions, objects, data, requirements, relationships and variations in a particular domain.

2. A product of domain analysis which provides a representation of the requirements of the domain. The domain model identifies and describes the structure of data, flow of information, functions, constraints and controls within the Domain that are included in software systems in the domain. The Domain Model describes commonalities and variabilities among requirements for software systems in the domain.
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Domain model. A knowledge base that defines application-specific concepts (e.g., debugger concepts) as a set of entites and relationships (e.g., the entities Locations of breakpoints and Save code bytes are related by the Uses relationship).
Hence for the third competition we focused on tools, translators, and techniques that, when input with a model described in an application-area-specific language, output solver-ready domain models. We were targeting application areas such as web services, workflow, business modeling, e-learning, games, narrative generation, and so forth, as there had already been some progress in using embedded planning and scheduling engines in these areas.
Wide-scale specification reuse can be achieved by matching new and existing descriptions to a library of known abstract domain models. Currently, over 13 different abstract domains have been identified, supporting extensive reuse across many applications.
The classification and retrieval library scheme suggested by Prieto-Diaz and Freeman [37] involves the construction of a domain model and its subsequent use in query formulation/reformulation.
The scope included tools that helped in knowledge formulation (the acquisition and encoding of domain structure or control heuristics), planner configuration (fusing application knowledge with a P&S engine), validation of the domain model (for example, using visualization, analysis, reformulation) or validation and maintenance of the P&S system as a whole (for example, using plan/schedule visualization, or automated knowledge refinement).
Constructing domain models in this way seems to result in many fewer factors to describe a domain compared to expert beliefs.
Modified Antarctic Mapping Mission Domain Model Summary.
These systems are characterized by the use of multiple types of domain knowledge and complex domain models to support their reasoning processes.
Prespecified domain models identify a response to be performed when the applicability conditions are violated.
For Monte Carlo-based approaches, the lower the desired probability, the more likely were the frequency domain models to overestimate the damage.
Baton Systems has announced native support for CDM 1.0, ISDA's Common Domain Model, a new standard digital representation of what occurs during the life of a derivatives trade, the company said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 20, 2018-Baton Systems offers native support for ISDA common domain model