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Publication Citation: The Date-Time Vocabulary

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Author(s): Mark H. Linehan; Edward J. Barkmeyer; Stan Hendryx;
Title: The Date-Time Vocabulary
Published: July 28, 2012
Abstract: The Date-Time Vocabulary is a new OMG specification that models continuous time, discrete time, the relationship of events and situations to time, language tense and aspect, time indexicals, timetables, and schedules. It offers a "business vocabulary" (i.e. a linguistically-oriented ontology), intended for application by business rules for any business domain. The vocabulary is defined in SBVR, in UML + OCL, and partially in Common Logic and in OWL.
Conference: Seventh International Conference on Formal Ontologies in Information Systems (FOIS 2012)
Proceedings: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Formal Ontologies in Information Systems (FOIS 2012)
Location: Graz, -1
Dates: July 24-27, 2012
Keywords: date-time ontology; time ontology; date-time vocabulary; ontology; UML model
Research Areas: Information Technology, International Standards, Modeling
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