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A Formal Semantic Model of the Semantic Web Service Ontology (WSMO)

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A Formal Semantic Model of the Semantic Web Service Ontology (WSMO)
Semantic Web Services, one of the most significant research areas within the Semantic Web vision, has attracted increasing attention from both the research community and industry. The Web Service Modelling Ontology (WSMO) has recently been proposed as an enabling framework for the total/partial automation of the tasks (e.g., discovery, selection, composition, mediation, execution, monitoring, etc.) involved in both intra- and inter-enterprise integration of Web Services. To support the standardization and tool support of WSMO, a formal semantics of the language is highly desirable. As there are a few variants of WSMO and it is still under development, the semantics of WSMO needs to be formally defined to facilitate easy reuse and future development. In this paper, we present a formal ObjectZ semantics of WSMO. Different aspects of the language have been precisely defined within one unified framework. This model not only provides a formal unambiguous model which can be used to deve...
Hai H. Wang, Nick Gibbins, Terry R. Payne, Ahmed S
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ICECCS
Authors Hai H. Wang, Nick Gibbins, Terry R. Payne, Ahmed Saleh, Jun Sun 0001
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