Analysis and design of a distributed system for management and distribution of natural language assertions
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This research entails the design and development of an automated system that allows researchers working remotely to store, manage, and transfer assertion data to an external system run by the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity. The research stems from the University of Maryland's involvement in the Social-Cultural Content in Language program, which seeks to investigate methodologies, designs, and technologies that can contribute in the understanding of the social goals of persons or groups of people by demonstrating a relationship between these goals and their particular language use. In this research, we interview the stakeholders to determine the software requirements of the system. After a careful analysis of the requirements, we used the Unified Modeling Language notation to provide the reader a visual model of the software design. Finally, we develop a working prototype of the proposed system consisting of two Web services and a Web service client written in the Java programming language.
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