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State of the art Web service ontology engineering

State of the art Web service ontology engineering

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 requirements. As a consequence, web services developed in industry today are mostly syntactic in nature. SMISOS ADDED VALUE* A framework for systematically transforming and re-engineering syntactic legacy system process elements into semantic web services is required. A critical component of any re-engineering process is the connectivity between business user ontology and process element provider ontology. Reliant on this connectivity is the infrastructures ability to... Show More


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