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State of the art Web service ontology engineering

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Date Added to MERLOT: October 25, 2011
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Submitter : Amin Elsaleh


Web services are primarily adopted in industry as a means to develop architecturally sound information systems. They do not support the necessary semantic precision and “machine-processability” for software agents to automatically navigate through the future Semantic Web and pinpoint those services which can suit specific... More

Standard process Description Format (SPDF), connectivity between business user ontology and process element provider ontology, Semantic Web services, machine-processability

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