ToscanaJ is a Java reimplementation of the classic Formal Concept Analysis frontend Toscana. It was built using software development techniques like MVC architecture and XML based files to provide more flexibilty for implementation of new features. (Source:

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  1. Valverde-Albacete, Francisco J.; Peláez-Moreno, Carmen: Extending conceptualisation modes for generalised formal concept analysis (2011)
  2. Eklund, Peter; Villerd, Jean: A survey of hybrid representations of concept lattices in conceptual knowledge processing (2010)
  3. Wille, Rudolf: Formal concept analysis as applied lattice theory (2008)
  4. Wille, Rudolf: Communicative rationality, logic, and mathematics (2008)
  5. Eklund, Peter; Wille, Rudolf: Semantology as basis for conceptual knowledge processing (2007)
  6. Niu, Nan; Easterbrook, Steve: Analysis of early aspects in requirements goal models: A concept-driven approach (2007)
  7. Wille, Rudolf; Wille-Henning, Renate: Towards a semantology of music (2007)
  8. Gehring, Petra; Wille, Rudolf: Semantology: basic methods for knowledge representations (2006)
  9. Wille, Rudolf: Methods of conceptual knowledge processing (2006)
  10. Becker, Peter: Using intermediate representation systems to interact with concept lattices (2005)
  11. Becker, Peter; Hereth Correia, Joachim: The ToscanaJ suite for implementing conceptual information systems (2005)
  12. Cole, Richard; Becker, Peter: Navigation spaces for the conceptual analysis of software structure (2005)
  13. Dau, Frithjof; Klinger, Julia: From formal concept analysis to contextual logic (2005)
  14. Cole, Richard; Becker, Peter: Agreement contexts in formal concept analysis (2004)
  15. Hereth Correia, Joachim; Kaiser, Tim B.: A mathematical model for TOSCANA-systems: Conceptual data systems (2004)
  16. Pfeiffer, Heather D.: An exportable CGIF module from the CP environment: A pragmatic approach (2004)