Characterizing Services Composeability and OWL-S based Services Composition

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Citation: Yang, Z., Zhang, J., Tao, J., and Gay, R. 2005. Characterizing Services Composeability and OWL-S based Services Composition. In Proceedings of GCC 2005 (November 30-December 3 2005, Beijing, China).

Presented at the GCC 2005

Abstract:

Grid has emerged as a new paradigm for integration within dynamic virtual enterprises. Given a service-oriented Grid environment, more complex, value-added sophisticated services and applications can be built via service composition. In this paper, we discuss Grid services composition by leveraging Semantic Web services standards and technology, especially OWL-S. The characterization of service composeability is presented in the context of OWL-S. The techniques for constructing the Web/Grid service composer are described, and the focus is placed on composition engine and OWL-S Matcher.

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Web Science
Lead Professor: Jim Hendler, Deborah L. McGuinness
Description: Web Science is the study of the World Wide Web and its impact on both society and technology, positioning the Web as an object of scientific study unto itself. Web Science recognizes the Web as a transformational, disruptive technology; its practitioners study the Web, its components, facets and characteristics. Ultimately, Web Science is about understanding the Web and anticipating how it might evolve in the future.
Concepts: Semantic Web