Ontologies for specifying and reconciling contexts of web services
Source of Publication
Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science
This paper presents an ontology-based approach for the specification (using OWL-C as a definition language) and reconciliation (using ConWeS as a mediation tool) of contexts of Web services. Web services are independent components that can be triggered and composed for the satisfaction of user needs (e.g., hotel booking). Because Web services originate from different providers, their composition faces the obstacle of the context heterogeneity featuring these Web services. An unawareness of this context heterogeneity during Web services composition and execution results in a lack of the quality and relevancy of information that permits tracking the composition, monitoring the execution, and handling exceptions. © 2006 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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Context, Ontology, Reconciliation, Web services
Sattanathan, S.; Narendra, N. C.; and Maamar, Z., "Ontologies for specifying and reconciling contexts of web services" (2006). All Works. 2595.
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