A Framework for Design and Composition of Semantic Web Services. Gómez-Pérez, A., González-Cabero, R., & Lama, M. In Proceedings of the AAAI Spring Symposium Series on Semantic Web Services, Marzo, 2004. American Asociation for Artificial Intelligence. Ontology Engineering Group ? OEG
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Semantic Web Services (SWS) are Web Services (WS) whose description is semantically enhanced with markup languages (e.g., OWL-S). This semantic description will enable external agents and programs to discover, compose and invoke SWSs. However, as a previous step to the specification of SWSs in a language, it must be designed at a conceptual level to guarantee its correctness and avoid inconsistencies among its internal components. In this paper, we present a framework for design and (semi) automatic composition of SWSs at a language-independent and knowledge level. This framework is based on a stack of ontologies that (1) describe the different parts of a SWS; and (2) contain a set of axioms that are really design rules to be verified by the ontology instances. Based on these ontologies, design and composition of SWSs can be viewed as the correct instantiation of the ontologies themselves. Once these instances have been created they will be exported to SWS languages such as OWL-S.
@inproceedings{upm6231,
       booktitle = {Proceedings of the  AAAI Spring Symposium Series on Semantic Web Services},
           month = {Marzo},
           title = {A Framework for Design and Composition of Semantic Web Services},
          author = {A. G{\'o}mez-P{\'e}rez and R. Gonz{\'a}lez-Cabero and M. Lama},
       publisher = {American Asociation for Artificial Intelligence},
            year = {2004},
            note = {Ontology Engineering Group ? OEG},
        keywords = {oeg},
             url = {http://oa.upm.es/6231/},
        abstract = {Semantic Web Services (SWS) are Web Services (WS)
whose description is semantically enhanced with markup
languages (e.g., OWL-S). This semantic description will enable external agents and programs to discover, compose and
invoke SWSs. However, as a previous step to the specification of SWSs in a language, it must be designed at a conceptual level to guarantee its correctness and avoid
inconsistencies among its internal components. In this
paper, we present a framework for design and (semi)
automatic composition of SWSs at a language-independent
and knowledge level. This framework is based on a stack of
ontologies that (1) describe the different parts of a SWS;
and (2) contain a set of axioms that are really design rules to be verified by the ontology instances. Based on these ontologies, design and composition of SWSs can be viewed as the correct instantiation of the ontologies themselves. Once these instances have been created they will be exported to SWS languages such as OWL-S.}
}
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