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SWWS Studio - a WSMO compliant editor

Marin Dimitrov, Zlatina Marinova, Peter Radkov
2004 WSMO Implementation Workshop  
The Web Services Modelling Framework (WSMF) and the Web Services Modelling Ontology (WSMO) provide a unique, highly innovative perspective onto Semantic Web and Web Service technologies.  ...  Future Work Our future work will be focused in these directions: -WSMO Studio -an Eclipse [1] compliant implementation based on SWWS Studio.  ...  Such an implementation will ease the integration of 3 rd party components in the Studio and improve its reusability and extensibility support for the latest WSMO Standard drafts new functionality such  ... 
dblp:conf/wiw/DimitrovMR04 fatcat:crt5lxtrmbe55jrxxpwn2pccbi

B2C Web Service Discovery

David Aiken
2005 WSMO Implementation Workshop  
Related Work This work is being applied to WSMX [5] , a reference implementation for WSMO [6] .  ...  Implementation and Architecture The end-user opens a browser and logs onto a specific site (all running locally at present).  ... 
dblp:conf/wiw/Aiken05 fatcat:im3bnsha5jhw7oht7z74dohm2e

Ontology Mediation in WSMX

Adrian Mocan
2004 WSMO Implementation Workshop  
The input ontologies conform to Web Service Modeling Ontology (WSMO) [3] conceptual model for ontologies, all applied strategies making use of the advantage of having the same meta-level for both source  ... 
dblp:conf/wiw/Mocan04 fatcat:nwilf3nwyzcfzg54n6fmgpteju

Reasoning Tasks and Mediation for Choreography and Orchestration in WSMO

Michael Stollberg
2005 WSMO Implementation Workshop  
The Web Service Modelling Ontology (WSMO) semantically describes the core elements of Semantic Web Services, aiming at a framework for unambiguous formal descriptions on which inference mechanisms shall  ...  mentioned model by identifying the main reasoning tasks for choreography and orchestration descriptions as well as the requirements on mediation facilities in order to handle possible occurring mismatches in WSMO  ...  The WSMO model does not restrict this to a specific technology, but leaves the choice open to implementations.  ... 
dblp:conf/wiw/Stollberg05 fatcat:mmzemvuk5zaotdpercvpm6dfy4

A Minimal Triple Space Computing Architecture

Christoph Bussler
2005 WSMO Implementation Workshop  
This article introduces a minimal Internet-scalable Triple Space Computing architecture based on Semantic Web technology that implements these four types of autonomy in the simplest way possible with as  ...  A triple space server implementation, however, has some freedom to implement the virtualization.  ...  Triple Space A triple space is a virtual concept implemented by triple space servers. A triple space server implementation can implement this virtualization as it likes.  ... 
dblp:conf/wiw/Bussler05 fatcat:mr7mqoluzfevfpxwy5e5mrjtlu

WSMX Execution Semantics - Executable Software Specification

Eyal Oren
2004 WSMO Implementation Workshop  
WSMX builds on WSMO, a conceptual framework for semantically describing web services, goals, ontologies and mediators.  ...  WSMO is based on four concepts: web services, ontologies, goals and mediators.  ...  WSMX builds on the Web Services Modelling Ontology 2 (WSMO) that describes various aspects related to semantic web services.  ... 
dblp:conf/wiw/Oren04 fatcat:t2irpzqvyvcqjj2opadzuaqy2a

COCOON Glue: a prototype of WSMO Discovery engine for the healthcare field

Emanuele Della Valle, Dario Cerizza
2005 WSMO Implementation Workshop  
In particular we focus on a prototype of WSMO Discovery engine and we present how we are testing it to support the arrangement of an advicemeeting between a General Practitioner and one community of practice  ...  Using these components we implemented a matching mechanism that relies on wgMediators as envisioned in section 4.2.1 of WSMO Primer [15] : [...] a service may be linked to certain goals that are solved  ...  In our implementation, this ooMediator is realized by a Java program exposed as a Web Service.  ... 
dblp:conf/wiw/ValleC05 fatcat:sxsfy7rtunexzntxjjdg23yx3u

WOOGLE meets Semantic Web Fred

Uwe Keller, Michael Stollberg, Dieter Fensel
2004 WSMO Implementation Workshop  
A major merit of the Web Service Modeling Ontology WSMO is the wellstructured and unambiguous definition of the description elements for its components.  ...  This paper introduces WOOGLE, a basic but powerful and generic WSMO-enabled Web Service discovery mechanism that is developed in the course of the Semantic Web Fred project.  ...  We like to thank the WSMO working group for fruitful input; special thanks go to Michael Kifer, Holger Lausen, Ruben Lara, and Axel Polleres for intensive and helpful discussions and to Net-Dynamics for  ... 
dblp:conf/wiw/KellerSF04 fatcat:dvpifvxgqvbijpjk6bmbu7lxve

IRS-III: A Platform and Infrastructure for Creating WSMO-based Semantic Web Services

John Domingue, Liliana Cabral, Farshad Hakimpour, Denilson Sell, Enrico Motta
2004 WSMO Implementation Workshop  
Within IRS-III we have now incorporated and extended the WSMO ontology. Our extensions to WSMO include the addition of input and output roles to goals and web services and a new type of mediator.  ...  As well as summarizing our additions to WSMO we outline the architecture of IRS-III and the associated interfaces.  ...  The IRS-III Ontology The IRS-III ontology is basically an implementation of WSMO standard D2v02 [WSMO, 2004] with some additional attributes.  ... 
dblp:conf/wiw/DomingueCHSM04 fatcat:ytg6jyd4rzawtbnjdugjjglxxy

Towards a Choreography for IRS-III

Stefania Galizia, John Domingue
2004 WSMO Implementation Workshop  
IRS-III is a framework and platform for developing WSMO based semantic web services.  ...  The implementation of the framework is based on message pattern handlers which are triggered whenever an incoming message satisfies pre-defined constraints.  ...  Summary IRS-III is a framework and implemented infrastructure which allows WSMO based semantic web services to be created and used.  ... 
dblp:conf/wiw/GaliziaD04 fatcat:drimrcefgzeiter3c65h7agywa

Towards Translating between XML and WSML based on mappings between XML Schema and an equivalent WSMO Ontology

Matthew Moran, Adrian Mocan
2005 WSMO Implementation Workshop  
In the case of the Web Services Execution Environment (WSMX) [9] , only Web services having a valid semantic description expressed in terms of the Web Services Modeling Ontology (WSMO) [11] and represented  ...  The first is that the data model for WSDL services is defined in terms of XML Schema while the data model for Semantic Web services, in the context of WSMX, is defined conceptually by one or more WSMO  ...  This would also be an interesting discussion for the workshop.  ... 
dblp:conf/wiw/MoranM05 fatcat:ozabautmqbaklffbfxo2l6ipgy

An XML to WSML Adapter

Edward Kilgarriff, David Aiken, Laurentiu Vasiliu, Brahmananda Sapkota
2005 WSMO Implementation Workshop  
WSMX is a reference implementation for WSMO.  ...  The technologies used in this implementation were; MySQL [5], a freeware database, Tomcat [6], a freeware Java Servlet, JSP [7] technologies used for implementing the GUI and a Java environment with an  ... 
dblp:conf/wiw/KilgarriffAVS05 fatcat:3hr2i5mr3zfr5jtpl5sryznjma

An Execution Semantics for Mediation Patterns

Michael Altenhofen, Egon Börger, Jens Lemcke
2005 WSMO Implementation Workshop  
We would like to demonstrate certain specializations of the abstract VP into some more concrete implementations that are able to handle these patterns.  ...  We do neither specify an implementation for prevReqObj (inReqMsg) nor NewRequest(inReqMsg) here, since their behavior depends on the real messaging system used.  ... 
dblp:conf/wiw/AltenhofenBL05 fatcat:2yua5xv22rcr5apo6zj4vedsne

Architecture for an Ontology and Web Service Modelling Studio

Holger Lausen, Michael Felderer
2004 WSMO Implementation Workshop  
This paper outlines the architecture of a WSMO Studio, that aims at developing formal specification according to the WSMO Meta Model.  ...  In the field of ontology editors are already various tools available, however derivations in the underlying formalism and the special extension needs for a WSMO Studio require a custom development.  ...  We like to thank the WSMO, WSMX and WSML working group for fruitful input and also special thanks to OntoText for their support and discussions on the design of the studio.  ... 
dblp:conf/wiw/LausenF04 fatcat:dfrqr63dlvcldgvs5oidk3covi

Enabling execution of Semantic Web Services - WSMX core platform

Michal Zaremba, Matthew Moran
2004 WSMO Implementation Workshop  
In this paper we present a demo implementation of WSMX -a software system based on WSMF [1] and WSMO [2] -which is a core infrastructure enabling execution of Semantic Web Services, Our demo implementation  ...  client goals expressed in WSMO.  ...  These Web Services must provide a WSMO-compliant (WSML [6] ) description of themselves specifying their capability, how to interact with them (interfaces) and ontologies they use, along with other non  ... 
dblp:conf/wiw/ZarembaM04 fatcat:q2pkj3xl6fg2vgrp4okkuiszmm
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