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Empowering Resource Providers to Build the Semantic Grid

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Empowering Resource Providers to Build the Semantic Grid
The future success of Grid-enabled e-Science depends on the availability of semantic/knowledge-rich resources on the Grid, i.e., the so-called semantic Grid. This requires not only novel knowledge modelling and representation methods but also a shift of knowledge acquisition and population from a limited number of specialised knowledge engineers to resource providers. To this end we have developed a lightweight ontology-enabled tool, Function Annotator, to support resource providers in capturing and publishing resource semantics and knowledge. Function Annotator takes a different line to most knowledge acquisition tools in that it is designed for use by resource providers, probably in the absence of a knowledge engineer. Its aim is to facilitate large scale knowledge population on the Grid. Function Annotator is built on the state of the art of semantic web technologies, such as ontology, OWL language, instance store and DLbased reasoning, thus ensuring flexibility and scalability on ...
Liming Chen, Simon J. Cox, Feng Tao, Nigel R. Shad
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where WEBI
Authors Liming Chen, Simon J. Cox, Feng Tao, Nigel R. Shadbolt, Colin Puleston, Carole A. Goble
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