EvoOntis a set of software ontologies and data exchange format based on OWL. It provides the means to store all elements necessary for software analyses including the software design itself as well as its release and bug-tracking information. Given that OWL is a quasi standard, a myriad of tools allow its immediate processing in terms of visualization, editing, querying, and debugging (among others) -- avoiding the need to write code or use complicated command line tools. OWL enables handling of the data based on its semantics, which allows the simple extension of the data model while maintaining the functionality of existing tools. Furthermore, given OWL’s Description Logic foundation, any Semantic Web engine allows to derive additional assertions in the software project. These assertions are entailed from base facts.

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  1. Tran, Ha Manh; Le, Son Thanh: Software bug ontology supporting semantic bug search on peer-to-peer networks (2014) ioport