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Ontology and Grammar of the SOPHIE Choreography Conceptual Framework - An Ontological Model for Knowledge Management

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Ontology and Grammar of the SOPHIE Choreography Conceptual Framework - An Ontological Model for Knowledge Management
: Ontologies have been recognized as a fundamental infrastructure for advanced approaches to Knowledge Management (KM) automation in SOA. Building services communicate with each other by exchanging self-contained messages. Depending on the specific requirements of the business model they serve and the application domain for which services were deployed, a number of mismatches (i.e. sequence and cardinality of messages exchanges, structure and format of messages and content semantics), can occur which prevent interoperation among a prior compatible services. Existing choreography technologies attempt to model such external visible behavior. However, they lack the consistent semantic support required to fully meet the necessities of heterogeneous KM environments. This paper describes the ontology and grammar of SOPHIE, a semantic service-based choreography framework for overcoming conversational pattern mismatches in knowledge intensive environments. Consequently, the paper provides an o...
Sinuhé Arroyo
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where JUCS
Authors Sinuhé Arroyo
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