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See also
Business Model Patterns
Business Process Modeling Notation
Business Process Model and Notation


External links
VeTIS Home

Category:Business process managementContralateral subclavian artery angioplasty in the treatment of occlusive disease of the subclavian artery.
Contralateral subclavian artery angioplasty was performed in five patients with occlusive disease of the subclavian artery (one with Takayasu’s arteritis and one with fibromuscular dysplasia, two with aorto-subclavian steal, one with a fibromuscular stenosis of the subclavian artery). All patients had severe symptoms of arm claudication. Angioplasty was performed successfully in all patients. In the follow-up period (2-6 months) none of the patients had major adverse cardiac or cerebrovascular events, and in two patients the blood pressure in the upper limb did not rise significantly.Pierre-Jean Lecomte du Noüy

Pierre-Jean Lecomte du Noüy (21 January 1824 – 8 November 1885) was a French obstetrician and gynaecologist.

Born in Paris, Lecomte du Noüy was the nephew of the physicist Étienne-Louis Malus, who was noted for his work on the law of photoelectric effect. He studied at the at Paris and after further studies in Munich, obtained his doctorate in 1852. In the same year he was appointed as an assistant at the Hôpital Lariboisière in Paris, and in 1856 became a doctor of medicine at the University of Paris. In 1864 he obtained his habilitation at the Sorbonne and in 1867 became a professor.

Lecomte du Noüy is remembered for his investigations of the anatomy of the uterine tubes (1857–1871). He was the first to use radiography to visualise the upper genital tract.

He died in Paris.

Selected writings

(with Étienne-Émile Béclère) Mémoire sur la découverte du spermatozoïde par Théophile Cazenave, Paris 1852.
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// can be used to define Business Vocabulary and Business Rules
public static void main(String[] args) {
String input = “The operation of the company is based on the business”;

String result = xmi.format(“SAMPLE_XMI_FILE_NAME”, input);
As you can see from the sample input, it uses only a few keywords. For example, the keyword “The” is used to identify a noun phrase and there are other other keywords for further identification.
The “SAMPLE_XMI_FILE_NAME” is the name of the output XMI file. The output XMI file contains the Business Vocabulary and Business Rules.
When defining Business Vocabulary and Business Rules using KEYMACRO, users can define keywords using the following two methods:

1. Defining Keywords in the input document
2. Defining Keywords in the XMI

When using the first method, KEYMACRO uses the keywords that are defined in the input document. However, this method is not suitable when the input document is created using Natural Language Processing (NLP) techniques because using the keywords in the input document requires the NLP techniques to be executed before the input document is processed by KEYMACRO. In addition, although the first method can be used when the input document is defined using the Natural Language Processing (NLP) techniques, using this method requires the input document to be fully loaded into the database before the keyword(s) is/are identified in the input document, thus resulting in a system performance issue.

When using the second method, KEYMACRO can be used to define Business Vocabulary and Business Rules using keywords extracted from the input XMI file, in a similar way to the NLP techniques. This method is therefore suitable when the input document is defined using the Natural Language Processing (NLP) techniques, and also when the input document is defined using the database for a given period of time and the keywords are identified at a later time.

The second method is suitable for our application, because we can input the XMI into the database, and define Business Vocabulary and Business Rules using keywords that are identified from the XMI input.

This chapter will discuss the following aspects of Business Vocabulary and Business Rules:

1. Keywords

2. Vocabulary Class Hierarchy

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VeTIS is an open-source project developed by the ‘Centre of Excellence for Research in Intelligent Systems (CERIS)’ under the support of the ‘National Research Foundation’ of South Africa.

What sets VeTIS apart from other solutions on the market are its three major features:

Process-driven mechanism based on Business Vocabulary and Business Rules;
Natural language based implementation; and
Support for XMI transformation.

The business vocabulary model used by VeTIS has been developed through extensive piloting and research, and is implemented through a design pattern and process similar to the manner in which business objects are designed in object-oriented programming. The ‘Business Vocabulary’ relates to the ‘Business Objects’ used to model a company’s process, while the ‘Business Rules’ are the set of values which are embedded in the data model used to represent the business vocabulary.

VeTIS is implemented using the business vocabulary and business rules model as the basis for its design, with the XMI transformation as the bridge to link the business rules and business vocabulary to the language-based business semantics (i.e. from natural language to SBVR).

VeTIS has been built on top of the sbvr-vetis toolkit, which includes a suite of XMI transformation tools.

Please refer to the VeTIS Toolkit documentation page for a quick overview on the toolkit or the Book:

Book: An Introduction to Intelligent Systems

See also
Intelligent system
Natural language processing
Semantic web

External links
Centre for Research in Intelligent Systems
Natural Language Processing Group
XMI Transformation toolkit
The VeTIS Toolkit

Category:Semantic Web
Category:Natural language processing
Category:Data modeling
Category:Business intelligence
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VeTIS is a free open source content mapping and business vocabulary tool.
It is a browser-based application that helps you easily create, edit, and manage business vocabulary and business rules.

The tools consists of Vocabulary Management part (vetis-vmp) for vocabulary management and an application generation tool (vetis-appgen) for creating an application’s business rules.

Vocabulary Management Part
The Vocabulary Management part is used for vocabulary and vocabulary policies management.
The Vocabulary Policy can be defined using natural language or Business Vocabulary.
The Policy allows to extend vocabulary items to custom types using an attribute table.
It is possible to make a vocabulary item available for other policy via a provider.
A Vocabulary Policy can provide a structure to support the building of a larger vocabulary policy.
A Vocabulary can be grouped with another Vocabulary for easier management.

VeTIS-VMP displays all vocabulary items, grouped by the vocabulary policy that they belong to.
The configuration of the vocabulary policy can be changed using the configuration tool.
A vocabulary can be reused for other policies and they can be linked.
A vocabulary’s entry can be edited from the main menu.

Business Rules
The Business Rules part is used to create Business Rules.
Business Rules can be used to handle input from the application’s User Interface.
Business Rules can be defined using natural language or Business Vocabulary.

VeTIS-BRD is an implementation of Business Rules Description (BRD).
The BRD is a standard for describing the inputs and outputs of Business Rules.
It is a textual format.
VeTIS-BRD can be used for easier creation of input/output descriptions using structured descriptions (SDD).
An input/output SDD can be used for assisting developers in describing inputs and outputs of Business Rules.

VeTIS-BRG is an implementation of Business Rules Graph (BRG).
VeTIS-BRG can be used to graphically visualize Business Rules.
It is based on the Business Rules Description format (BRD).
A Business Rule can be represented as a node.
The connections between the rules define the inputs and outputs.
Rules can be grouped and linked.
The rules can be ordered in the order of the inputs.
A rule can have a hyperlink that opens the Business Rule Editor.

VeTIS-appgen is an application generator for VeTIS.
It can be used to create an application.
The application contains the business vocabulary, business rules, and a mapping from Natural language to Business vocabulary.


Configuring VeTIS

The configuration of the application can be changed using the configuration tool.
The configuration consists of:
Vocabulary management

System Requirements For VeTIS:

OS: Windows 10 / Windows 8 / Windows 7
Processor: Intel Core i3
Memory: 4GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 2GB / AMD Radeon HD 7970 3GB
Hard Disk Space: 8GB
Sound Card: DirectX 9-compliant with 3D audio capabilities
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