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S. David and P. Plante, “De la nécessité d'une approche morphosyntaxique dans l'analyse de textes,” Intelligence artificielle et sciences cognitives au Québec, Vol. 3 , No. 3, 2006, pp. 140-154.

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  • TITLE: Building a Project Memory Using Semantic Design Rationale Process

    AUTHORS: Sonia Gueraich, Zizette Boufaîda

    KEYWORDS: Project Memory, Knowledge Capitalization, Ontology, Semantic Annotation, Design Rationale

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Software Engineering and Applications, Vol.4 No.6, July 1, 2011

    ABSTRACT: In the proposal, a construction project memory process based on the semantic annotation is presented. A project Mem-ory concerns the representation and the identification of the experience acquired during projects realization. The main feature of this approach is that the semantic annotation is used to build a continuous semantic design rationale process. We propose in this paper, a semantic traceability in four stages (identifying, structuring, annotating and integrating). The identification and the structuring phases use a model called Extended Marguerite model which fully considers the objectives of the project memory. The annotation phase exploits the results of precedent phase to prepare the final phase. Examples are presented from a case study in an Algerian firm called ENMTP. The architecture supporting the modelling engine is presented. Finally, an evaluation of the degree of the semantic annotation brought by proposed process is given.