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In engineering there are multiple communication paths used during the engineering process and across a systems lifecycle, including:
People -to- People using natural language
People -to- Machines using natural language translated (potentially lossy) to (one or more) formal languages
Machines -to- Machines: using formal languages, perhaps with translations
People -to- Machines -to- People: natural language to formal language and back to natural language with translations
Semantic technologies can aid in these communication paths. Starting with simple things like a glossary that provides a natural language representation of the notions and terminology used by your team, together with clear and well constructed definitions. Extending to the use of natural language processing and formal representations in an ontology coupled with reasoners.
Engineering Semantics is focused on applying semantic technologies to aid engineering and its practices.