Concepts of Domain Language correspond to Ontological Categories Domain ontology answers the question what kinds of concepts exist in the domain
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Conflict Ontologies are designed to be general −the same categories for all systems in the domain Business applications must meet specific user requirements −all systems in the domain are different
Additional modules often cross-cut the Domain Objects.
Possible Solution Ontological Categories -> Domain Objects User Requirements -> Domain Aspects
Other Domains? Transaction Systems (business-logic) Transformation Systems −compilers, encoding, decoding Interactive Systems −office applications, games, user interface Other...? −can they be designed in the same way?