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Object-Oriented Similarity Measures for Semantic Web Service Matchmaking

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Object-Oriented Similarity Measures for Semantic Web Service Matchmaking
The semantic annotation of Web services capabilities with ontological information aims at providing the necessary infrastructure for facilitating efficient and accurate service discovery. The main idea is to apply reasoning techniques over semantically enhanced Web service requests and advertisements in order to determine Web services that meet certain requirements. In this paper we present our work for introducing similarity measures inspired from the domain of Object-Oriented paradigm for ontology concept matching. Our work focuses on the utilization of such measures over an Object-Oriented schema that is created through mapping rules of OWL constructs and semantics into the Object-Oriented model. The goal of the approach is to combine the Object-Oriented representation of the information and the reasoning over OWL semantics in order to enhance the retrieval of semantically relevant, to some criteria, Web services.
Georgios Meditskos, Nick Bassiliades
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ECOWS
Authors Georgios Meditskos, Nick Bassiliades
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