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Semantic Web Service Coordination

semantic web service composition through a matchmaking of domain

What makes coordination of services in the Semantic Web different from its counterpart in the Web is its far more advanced degree of automation through means of logic-based reasoning on heterogeneous service and data semantics. Moreover, functional and non-functional properties of services are considered, to enable the computation of relevant and most suitable service compositions for some service request. Whitestein Series in Software Agent Technologies and Autonomic Computing. It is widely recognized that one of the key el-ements for the automated composition of Web services is semantics: i. Moreover we introduce the composition process as a matchmaking of domains and solve the latter problem according to a formal model, i. It is widely recognised that one of the key elements for the automated composition of Web services is semantics, i.

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(PDF) Semantic Web Service Composition through a Matchmaking of Domain

semantic web service composition through a matchmaking of domain

This paper introduces a framework for performing dynamic service composition by exploiting the semantic matchmaking between service parameters i. In this paper an ar-chitecture and a semantic model for Web service composi-tion are presented. However Web services described at capability level need a formal context to perform the au-tomated composition of Web services. We also developed a composition algorithm that follows a semantic graph-based approach, in which a graph represents service compositions and the nodes of this graph represent semantic connections between services. Services which are composed auto-matically need to share a variety of important character-istics such as a common understanding of their semantics capabilities. .

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CiteSeerX — Semantic Web service composition through a Matchmaking of domain

semantic web service composition through a matchmaking of domain

Abstract The automated composition of Web services is one of the most promising ideas and at the same time one of the most challenging research area for the taking off of service-oriented applications. The basic assumption of the framework is that matchmaking enables finding semantic compatibilities among independently defined service descriptions. However Web services described at capability level need a formal context to perform the automated composition of Web services. The automated composition of Web services is one of the most promising ideas and at the same time one of the most challenging research area for the taking off of service-oriented applications. . . .

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Visual workflow composition through semantic orchestration of web services

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Visual workflow composition through semantic orchestration of web services

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A Framework for Dynamic Web Services Composition

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