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Course Title: Conceptual Modeling
Course Description: This course is intended to teach
conceptual modelling notations and how to use them.
The bulk of the course is dedicated to introductions of different modeling languages and their features. These include the Unified Modelling Language (UML), CLASSIC, and KAOS. UML is an object-oriented modelling language, for modelling all aspects of a software system. CLASSIC is a description-based knowledge representation language which supports a tractable form of inference. KAOS is a formal requirements modelling language for specifying goals, entities, relationships, actions and agents.
In addition to covering in detail these, the course reviews the history of conceptual modelling, and covers more advanced topics, such as ontologies, metamodelling, modelling intentions and social settings.