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Semantic Web Services Challenge Results from the First Year

Author: Ramesh JainTiziana MargariaCharles PetrieAmit ShethMichal ZarembaAll authors
Publisher: Boston, MA Springer US 2009.
Series: SpringerLink: Springer e-Books; Semantic Web And Beyond, Computing for Human Experience, 8.
Edition/Format:   Computer file : English : Online-Ausg
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This is an edited volume that develops a common understanding of the various technologies intended to facilitate the automation of mediation, choreography and discovery for Web Services using  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ramesh Jain; Tiziana Margaria; Charles Petrie; Amit Sheth; Michal Zaremba; Holger Lausen
ISBN: 9780387724966 0387724966 9780387724959 0387724958
OCLC Number: 612587269
Reproduction Notes: Online-Ausg.: Berlin [u.a.] Springer 2008 Online-Ressource.
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Contents: to the First Year of the Semantic Web Services Challenge.- SWS Challenge Scenarios.- Mediation Individual Solutions.- Mediation using WSMO, WSML and WSMX.- A Software Engineering Approach based on WebML and BPMN to the Mediation Scenario of the SWS Challenge.- Service-oriented Mediation with jABC/jETI.- A Declarative Approach using SAWSDL and Semantic Templates Towards Process Mediation.- Automatic Generation of the SWS- Challenge Mediator with jABC/ABC.- Mediation Solutions Comparisons.- Comparison: Mediation Solutions of WSMOLX and WebML/WebRatio.- Comparison: Mediation on WebML/WebRatio and jABC/jETI.- Discovery Individual Solutions.- Instance-based Service Discovery with WSMO/WSML and WSMX.- Using Glue to Solve the Discovery Scenarios of the SWS-Challenge.- Semantic Service Discovery with DIANE Service Descriptions.- An Approach to Discovery with miAamics and jABC.- Discovery Solutions Comparisons.- Service Discovery with SWE-ET and DIANE - An In-depth Comparison By Means of a Common Scenario.- Comparison: Discovery on WSMOLX and miAamics/jABC.- Comparison: Handling Preferences with DIANE and miAamics.- Lessons Learned.- Status, Perspectives, and Lessons Learned.
Series Title: SpringerLink: Springer e-Books; Semantic Web And Beyond, Computing for Human Experience, 8.
Responsibility: edited by Ramesh Jain, Amit Sheth, Charles Petrie, Tiziana Margaria, Holger Lausen, Michal Zaremba.
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