Michael Gruninger focuses on Knowledge management, Ontology, Enterprise modelling, Enterprise integration and Enterprise systems engineering. His work focuses on many connections between Knowledge management and other disciplines, such as Software engineering, that overlap with his field of interest in Axiom, Data quality and Ontology. His Ontology study contributes to a more complete understanding of Information retrieval.
His Enterprise modelling study combines topics in areas such as Structure, Focus, Linkage and Unification. His study focuses on the intersection of Enterprise integration and fields such as Enterprise architecture management with connections in the field of Service-oriented modeling and Integrated enterprise modeling. Michael Gruninger has included themes like Enterprise information system and IDEF5 in his Enterprise systems engineering study.
His main research concerns Ontology, Software engineering, Process ontology, Knowledge management and Upper ontology. His research in Ontology focuses on subjects like Theoretical computer science, which are connected to Representation. His Software engineering study deals with Workflow intersecting with Object type.
His biological study focuses on IDEF5. He works in the field of Knowledge management, namely Enterprise modelling. His work deals with themes such as Process modeling, Programming language, Specification language and Project management, which intersect with Process Specification Language.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ontology, Software engineering, World Wide Web, Information retrieval and Marketing. His research combines Knowledge management and Ontology. His work on Ontology reuse as part of general Software engineering research is frequently linked to Reuse, bridging the gap between disciplines.
In most of his World Wide Web studies, his work intersects topics such as Applied ontology. His Semantic interoperability study in the realm of Information retrieval connects with subjects such as Units of measurement and Summit. Among his research on Marketing, you can see a combination of other fields of science like Goods and services, Social needs and Provisioning.
His primary areas of study are Software engineering, Information retrieval, Engineering drawing, Pluralism and Epistemology. In general Software engineering, his work in Ontology reuse is often linked to Reuse linking many areas of study. His work on Semantic interoperability, Upper ontology and Ontology as part of his general Information retrieval study is frequently connected to Summit, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
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Ontologies: principles, methods and applications
Mike Uschold;Michael Gruninger.
Knowledge Engineering Review (1996)
Methodology for the Design and Evaluation of Ontologies
international joint conference on artificial intelligence (1995)
An organisation ontology for enterprise modeling: preliminary concepts for linking structure and behaviour
Mark S. Fox;Mihai Barbuceanu;Michael Gruninger.
An organisation ontology for enterprise modelling: preliminary concepts for linking structure and behaviour
M.S. Fox;M. Barbuceanu;M. Gruninger.
Ontologies and semantics for seamless connectivity
Michael Uschold;Michael Gruninger.
international conference on management of data (2004)
ONTOLOGY Applications and Design
Jintae Lee;Michael Gruninger.
Communications of The ACM (2002)
The Role of Competency Questions in Enterprise Engineering
Michael Grüninger;Mark S. Fox.
The Process Specification Language (PSL) Overview and Version 1.0 Specification
Craig I. Schlenoff;Michael Gruninger;Florence Tissot;John Valois.
NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR) - 6459 (2000)
The process specification language (PSL) theory and applications
Michael Grüninger;Christopher Menzel.
Ai Magazine (2003)
Ontologies to Support Process Integration in Enterprise Engineering
Michael Grüninger;Katy Atefi;Mark S. Fox.
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