Semantic technological framework for integrating software paradigms in organizational solutions.

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Carlos Alberto Pereira Marin
Rosendo Moreno Rodríguez
José Gomes Figueiredo
Fidel Diego-Nava

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Lora Aroyo

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The continuous changes in informational and organizational technological development have led to fail many software projects, due to lacks in the adoption of strategies for technologies alignment with the business. With the existence of Internet, the organizations need software solutions that provide security, confidence administration, integration, automation and standardization of process and information to make decisions and new ways for offering service and products. The integration of different software development paradigms rises as a potential solution for gaining flexibility, adaptability, efficiency and agility in business solutions. The objective of this article is to propose the semantic web as a model for an ideal space and possible solution to the integration of several software paradigms, through analyzing and showing of important results of recent years. It is analyzed trends of development and integration of organizational IT solutions, as well as its main strengths and weaknesses. It is described how the semantic web technology absorbs the principles and benefits of each one of the software approaches and moderates its deficiencies, so that it is proposed an integrating technological framework for software development in the semantic web applications area. The application of this new idea about integration of concepts of architectures and software paradigms, applied to current technological innovation in business solutions, should allow the reduction of gaps between the needs of different domains, such as the modeling and management of business processes, information and knowledge, the architecture of services, business rules and the characteristics of current programming languages.
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