Mehdi Mohamed Hamri

Work place: EEIDIS Laboratory, Computer science department, Djillali Liabes University, Algeria



Research Interests: Computational Engineering, Software Development Process, Software Engineering, Data Structures and Algorithms


Mohamed Mehdi Hamri: is a PhD student at Djillali Liabes University. He received his M.S. degree in computer science from Sidi Bel Abbes University in 2009. Since 2009, he is an Assistant Professor at the Computer Science Department of Sidi bel abbes University. Currently, he is member of the EEDIS Laboratory. His research interests include semantic web, ontology engineering, information and knowledge management, and software process modeling.

Author Articles
Building an Ontology for the Metamodel ISO/IEC24744 using MDA Process

By Mehdi Mohamed Hamri Sidi Mohamed Benslimane

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Aug. 2015

The idea of using ontologies in the field of software engineering is not new. For more than 10 years, the Software Engineering community arouse great interest for this tool of semantic web, so to improve; their performance in production time and realisation complexity on the one hand, and software reliability and quality on the other hand. The standard ISO / IEC 24744, also known as the SEMDM (Software Engineering – Meta-model for Development Methodologies), provides in a global perspective, a conceptual framework to define any method of software development, through the integration of all methodological aspects related to the followed procedures, as well as, products, people and tools involved in the conception of a software product. The purpose of this article is to create domain ontology for ISO / IEC 24744 using an MDA process. This ontology will serve as semantic reference in order to assist for a better interoperability between the different users of the standard (human, software or machine).

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