An incremental hybridisation of heterogeneous case studies to develop an ontology for capability engineering

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Authors: Dogan, H., Henshaw, M. and Johnson, J.

Editors: INCOSE

Start date: 9 July 2012

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Authors: Dogan, H., de Henshaw, M.J.C. and Johnson, J.

Journal: 22nd Annual International Symposium of the International Council on Systems Engineering, INCOSE 2012 and the 8th Biennial European Systems Engineering Conference 2012, EuSEC 2012

Volume: 2

Pages: 1040-1055

ISBN: 9781622769162

An analysis of perspectives for "capability engineering" has been conducted by the INCOSE UK Capability Working Group (CWG). This paper is a continuation of this study led by the CWG ontology work stream that aims to develop a single shared ontology for the concept of capability engineering to enable semantic interoperability and to support a formal and explicit specification of a shared conceptualisation. Case study material from the different domains of rail, defence and information services was used. The ontology development was executed in three phases; (1) pre-analysis, (2) ontology modelling and (3) post-analysis. The pre-analysis involved literature reviews, requirements specification, systems engineering process utilisation; and resource identification i.e. examination of the case study material. The ontology modelling phase comprised information extraction and classification in addition to modelling and code representation using a mark-up tool, MS Excel and Protégé. The post-analysis involved validation workshops through using expert focus groups. © 2012 by Huseyin Dogan, Michael J de C. Henshaw and Julian Johnson..

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