This tutorial presents the ontological approach to systems modeling and analysis using the Ontological Modeling Language (OML), developed by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), and contributed through the openCAESAR project. The tutorial intends to give users some experience with OML and its tools involving developing a semantic vocabulary, using it to describe a system, and analyzing the system description for consistency using a logical reasoner, and a set of queries. Familiarity with using the Eclipse IDE would greatly help. Some background in system modeling with languages like UML or SysML, and some knowledge about semantic web would also help but is not essential.
A tutorial session will be given on 10/22/2022 at 1:30pm at MODELS 2022
The OML tutorial material can be found by following this link. If you plan to attend the tutorial session, it would save you time to go through the “Getting Ready” steps at least beforehand.