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A Minimalist Approach to Semantic Annotations for Web Processes Compositions [chapter]

Marco Pistore, Luca Spalazzi, Paolo Traverso
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper we propose a new approach to the automated composition of distributed processes described as semantic web services.  ...  In our approach, we reduce to the minimum the usage of ontological descriptions of processes, so that we can perform a limited, but efficient and useful, semantic reasoning for composing web services.  ...  Our processes work instead on their own state variables, some of which can be mapped to a separated ontological language, allowing for a minimalist and practical approach to semantic annotations and for  ... 
doi:10.1007/11762256_45 fatcat:hwwp63ry4ffi3fththb6ztixvq

Semantic Web Service Selection at the Process-Level: The eBay/Amazon/PayPal Case Study

Ivan Di Pietro, Francesco Pagliarecci, Luca Spalazzi, Annapaola Marconi, Marco Pistore
2008 2008 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence and Intelligent Agent Technology  
Several approaches have been proposed to tackle the selection of distributed processes described as semantic web services.  ...  that permit to perform an efficient and yet useful, semantic reasoning for the process-level selection of web services. 2008 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence and Intelligent Agent  ...  Our processes work instead on their own state variables, some of which can be mapped to a separated ontological language, allowing for a minimalist and practical approach to semantic annotations and for  ... 
doi:10.1109/wiiat.2008.237 dblp:conf/webi/PietroPSMP08 fatcat:byxfe76cnbholegxbrqyglu7bm

From Typed-Functional Semantic Web Services to Proofs [chapter]

Harry Halpin
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
For our example we use natural deduction-style proofs to determine proofs about a Semantic Web Service composition.  ...  The functional approach offers a principled way to compose Web Services that takes full advantage of semantics and allows your ordinary XML hacker in the street to get real value from Web Services and  ... 
doi:10.1007/11926078_76 fatcat:qyzxouf3g5f6rorqd776elbwzq

Contemporary Semantic Web Service Frameworks: An Overview and Comparisons

Keyvan Mohebbi
2012 International Journal on Web Service Computing  
Semantic Web services have emerged as a means to achieve the vision of automatic discovery, selection, composition, and invocation of Web services by encoding the specifications of these software components  ...  The growing proliferation of distributed information systems, allows organizations to offer their business processes to a worldwide audience through Web services.  ...  Semantic Web services aim at making Web services machine-processable and intelligent. This can be realized using Semantic Web technologies for Web service annotation and processing.  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijwsc.2012.3306 fatcat:32ppult4xfahdbcmmacbbkudvm

Reasoning with Temporal ABoxes: Combining DL-Lite_core with CTL

Francesco Pagliarecci, Luca Spalazzi, Gilberto Taccari
2013 International Workshop on Description Logics  
It defines a temporal knowledge base with time-invariant tbox and time-variant abox. Furthermore an algorithm based on semantic model checking is proposed in order to query the knowledge base.  ...  It follows that a new formalism is needed in order to represent both terminological and temporal knowledge.  ...  [16, 4] regarding semantic model checking for the semantic web service selection. They proposed four steps in order to verify whether a temporal specification matches a service process or not.  ... 
dblp:conf/dlog/PagliarecciST13 fatcat:2l2wxxjxvrauvbxgrfznnvp6hy

Task-Based Recommendation of Mashup Components [chapter]

Vincent Tietz, Gregor Blichmann, Stefan Pietschmann, Klaus Meißner
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Therefore, we present a novel concept for the taskbased recommendation of mashup components, which comprises a more natural, task-driven description of user requirements and a corresponding semantic matching  ...  With regard to the increasing number and complexity of available components, their discovery and integration has become a challenge for non-programmers.  ...  The Semantic Mashup Component Description Language (SWS) allows the description of a component interface -comparable to WSDL for web services -and the semantic annotation of a component descriptor C c  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-27997-3_3 fatcat:zkqhum4mcvhgbhba3nn4i2b7li

WSMO-Lite and HRESTS: Lightweight Semantic Annotations for Web Services and Restful APIs

Dumitru Roman, Jacek Kopecky, Tomas Vitvar, John Domingu, Dieter Fensel
2015 Social Science Research Network  
To demonstrate the feasibility and versatility of this approach, the article presents common algorithms for Web service discovery and composition adapted to WSMO-Lite.  ...  As the first SWS standard, in 2007 the World Wide Web Consortium produced a lightweight bottom-up specification called SAWSDL for adding semantic annotations to WSDL service descriptions.  ...  Karthik Gomadam of the Kno.e.sis Center for his contributions to the microformat hRESTS; James Scicluna of STI Innsbruck for his help in adapting their Web service composition and ranking approaches to  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3199180 fatcat:ncvjrypaavh33encjmqbblxtem

WSMO-Lite and hRESTS: Lightweight semantic annotations for Web services and RESTful APIs

Dumitru Roman, Jacek Kopecký, Tomas Vitvar, John Domingue, Dieter Fensel
2015 Journal of Web Semantics  
To demonstrate the feasibility and versatility of this approach, the article presents common algorithms for Web service discovery and composition adapted to WSMO-Lite.  ...  As the first SWS standard, in 2007 the World Wide Web Consortium produced a lightweight bottom-up specification called SAWSDL for adding semantic annotations to WSDL service descriptions.  ...  Karthik Gomadam of the Kno.e.sis Center for his contributions to the microformat hRESTS; James Scicluna of STI Innsbruck for his help in adapting their Web service composition and ranking approaches to  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.websem.2014.11.006 fatcat:shyzhkzdcreqtp3xncef77bcbe

Closing the Service Discovery Gap by Collaborative Tagging and Clustering Techniques

Alberto Fernández, Conor Hayes, Nikos Loutas, Vassilios Peristeras, Axel Polleres, Konstantinos A. Tarabanis
2008 International Semantic Web Conference  
Existing approaches are hampered by the complexity of underlying semantic service models and by the fact that they try to impose a technical vocabulary to users.  ...  Besides tag-based discovery only describing the service on a global view, we envision refined tags and refined search/discovery in terms of the concepts that are common to all current semantic service  ...  The Web 2.0 paradigm can be viewed as a minimalistic, bottom-up approach to semantic annotation, emphasising on the ease-of-use and on the need for participation over formal correctness [33, 32] .  ... 
dblp:conf/semweb/FernandezHLPPT08 fatcat:iohm6mycv5dqzpfyex62dwc52y

OREMPdb: a semantic dictionary of computational pathway models

Renato Umeton, Giuseppe Nicosia, C Forbes Dewey
2012 BMC Bioinformatics  
Semantic web technologies are here explored as a means to address some of these problems.  ...  In fact, such models are shared to provide the characterization of molecular processes, while biomedical ontologies detail a semantic context to the majority of those pathways.  ...  Biomedical ontologies are being created to provide a semantic context for the molecular species and reactions that they contain.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-2105-13-s4-s6 pmid:22536973 pmcid:PMC3303718 fatcat:f7cvfqxlxrhiphctxokavefony

A Semantic Approach for Dynamically Determining Complex Composed Service Behaviour

Carla Wairetti, Rosa Alarcón, Jesus Bellido
2016 Journal of Web Engineering  
Dynamic Web services composition aims to generate a composition plan at run-time.  ...  Semantic-based techniques rely on annotating services to facilitate the discovery of the service components that satisfy a user need (matchmaking).  ...  SAWSDL (Semantic Annotations for WSDL) is a W3C recommendation for semantic service descriptions, which extends XML-based WSDL with semantic annotations without imposing a representation language (e.g.  ... 
dblp:journals/jwe/WairettiAB16 fatcat:7kkgsrgysfbkra4rql3hn3uwny

Personalized Handling of Semantic Data with MIG

Mariano Rico, David Camacho, Óscar Corcho
2009 2009 20th International Workshop on Database and Expert Systems Application  
Ahstract Tiiit pape.r shows a senainticaüy-enakled web applicatinn named MIG used ío créale ¡¡ser profiles wkich enllantes usen accessibility hy aüowing the creatina of an usar interfolie adapled to ¡he  ...  Tfiis apprnach exploits tbe Semantic Web technologies and tile tnfrastructure and applications created in previnus work.  ...  The approach tbllowed by SADIe [15] considere semantic annotation of CSS to facilítale the transcoding of a given annotated web page to ihe requirements of impaired users.  ... 
doi:10.1109/dexa.2009.30 dblp:conf/dexaw/RicoCC09 fatcat:pzr623z7grcz3kppp4ee5ztepe

A Cross-Format Framework for Consistent Information Integration among Molecular Pathways and Ontologies [chapter]

R. Umeton, B. Yankama, G. Nicosia, C. F. Dewey
2010 International Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering Proceedings  
In this approach, we see a valuable tool to integrate and test information originating from different sources, while preserving the independence of the model curation process.  ...  Two recent examples are: 1) The new web application Cytosolve uses an embedded version of this system to provide congruous parallel simulation of multiple models; 2) Using the BioModels.net database, a  ...  Biomedical ontologies are being created to provide a semantic context for the molecular species that they contain.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-14515-5_406 fatcat:wsdn55iuprg2jeirv3j5axtg4y

The Language Application Grid Web Service Exchange Vocabulary [chapter]

Nancy Ide, Keith Suderman, Marc Verhagen, James Pustejovsky
2016 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The goal is not to define a new set of terms, but rather to provide a single web location where terms relevant for exchange among NLP tools are defined and provide a "sameAs" link to all known web-based  ...  Ultimately, the WS-EV could be used for data exchange among tools in general, in addition to web services.  ...  Our approach is bottom-up: we have adopted a minimalist strategy of adding objects and features to the repository only as they are needed as services are added to the LAPPS Grid.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-31468-6_2 fatcat:dxzo3jukajdmjhrbwn32e6mwia

The Language Application Grid Web Service Exchange Vocabulary

Nancy Ide, James Pustejovsky, Keith Suderman, Marc Verhagen
2014 Proceedings of the Workshop on Open Infrastructures and Analysis Frameworks for HLT  
The goal is not to define a new set of terms, but rather to provide a single web location where terms relevant for exchange among NLP tools are defined and provide a "sameAs" link to all known web-based  ...  In the context of the Linguistic Applications (LAPPS) Grid project, we have undertaken the definition of a Web Service Exchange Vocabulary (WS-EV) specifying a terminology for a core of linguistic objects  ...  Our approach is bottom-up: we have adopted a minimalist strategy of adding objects and features to the repository only as they are needed as services are added to the LAPPS Grid.  ... 
doi:10.3115/v1/w14-5204 dblp:conf/coling/IdePSV14 fatcat:h6yese7trfd6tmcpxfaofulq2q
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