Research on Conversion Method of Ontology Based Formal Requirements Model to UML Requirements Document
In the process of requirements modeling based on ontology, the obtained model description is based on application ontology; which is not easy for designer to understand and cannot be converted into requirements specification documents for design. UML is actual standard for object-oriented modeling. For this issue, this paper creates the UML meta-model, and establishes mapping rules description language for application ontology to UML meta-element, which implements the generation of UML class diagrams based on rule, use case diagrams, state transition diagram models and requirements specification documents based on UML.
Y. H. Wang et al., "Research on Conversion Method of Ontology Based Formal Requirements Model to UML Requirements Document", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 268-270, pp. 1086-1091, 2011