Knowledge Architecture Modeling Semantics

Operation Support Semantics
This third and top logical layer and paradigm is designed to provide support for model and modeling component semantics to support operations introduced by the integrating paradigm.

Semantics Consistency
Based and rooted (e.g. meta-model/schema) in the REMMS Knowledge Architecture Paradigm (KAP), this extensible virtual and conceptual modeling component semantics core or library provides the required model and model projection consistency.

Virtual Modeling Components
This conceptual modeling component library supports existing notational modeling components as defined in current modeling dialects like UML (e.g. class, object, actor, association, swim-lane, state, etc), BPMN (e.g. process, sub-process, work-flow, etc), and others, as well as new and future extensions, including 3D and n-dimensional modeling, as well as other modeling component forms and notations, including logic facts, natural language-based components, and all other modeling component form that may be required for knowledge architecture and modeling.

Separation of Concerns
Separating the semantics into conceptual components, from notational components provides the structure for language, dialect, and notation equivalence a key concept for model projection, translation, circular modeling (e.g. import/export), and many other knowledge architecture and modeling key features.

Semantics Infrastructure
This approach to modeling semantics is possible because of its underlying knowledge architecture paradigm infrastructure.

This section considers basic guidelines in designing and implementing this modeling semantics layer and paradigm.

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