Knowledge modelling and elicitation
This course focuses on building the foundations for programming: Structured approach from real world domain knowledge to pseudo code. Knowing versatile processes and techniques to analyse and formalise concepts and relationships in a given application domain is crucial in IT-related jobs and management.
These processes also improve communication between management, IT and software developers. No prior knowledge of requirements elicitation or programming is required.
- Unified Modelling Language (UML)
- Class diagram modelling
- Use Case Diagrams on example scenarios
- Interview strategies for example scenarios
- Interview techniques
- Building ontologies for example domains
- Knowledge modelling techniques
- Use established modelling techniques (Use cases, UML).
- Select and assess appropriate tools to support aspects of the development process regarding business requirements and quality issues.
- Select and apply techniques to analyse business processes, which are the target for system development.
- Apply knowledge modelling techniques to complex domains
Christian Sauer is a Lecturer in Computing at the School of Computing and Technology at the University of West London. He is an active researcher and software developer in Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Christian achieved his PhD in 2016 research in the field of knowledge elicitation and formalisation for information systems. He teaches AI, Software Development, Analysing Information Systems, Knowledge Management and Knowledge-based Systems at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
University of West London,
St Mary's Road,
Ealing, W5 5RF
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Please contact Dr Junaid Arshad if you have any questions.