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This paper provides initial analysis in identifying possible Web services composition using context-based semantic matching. Context-based semantic matching allows service composition to be expanded beyond simple term matching and reduces erroneous compositions. A common method of context extraction is used to compare two types of service description, textual and WSDL. The approach is unique since it provides the Web service designer with an explicit numeric estimation of the extent to which adoi:10.1145/1361482.1361489 dblp:conf/www/Segev08 fatcat:zkgrhmnlo5aebnxajx4gnxs6fu