From: Wagner, G.R. (G.R.Wagner@tm.tue.nl)
> action item for Said and Gerd: please send pointers to the RFP's and > about MOF, maybe write a paragraph 1) Business Semantics of Business Rules Request For Proposal OMG Document: br/2003-06-03 Letters of Intent due: December 8, 2003 Submissions due: January 12, 2004 2) Production Rule Representation Request For Proposal OMG Document: bei/2003-08-04 Letters of Intent due: November 11, 2003 Submissions due: February, 2004 Cited from 1: In the terms of the Meta-Object Facility (MOF), the metamodel describes the structures in terms of objects, properties and relationships among them. A set of business rules captured in such a set of structures is a "model" of a particular business (or part of it) and is an "instance of the metamodel". In MOF terms, the Business Rules Metamodel consists of two major components: *'Abstract syntax', which presents the linguistic elements of a business rule, together with their properties and relationships, as a UML class diagram, using MOF 2.0. *'Static semantics': well-formedness rules for constructing a meaningful population of the abstract syntax model, stated as constraints on the meta-classes, the meta-associations (relationships), and the meta-attribute values (properties). These constraints are usually stated in OCL.
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