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A p2p based service flow system with advanced ontology-based service profiles

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A p2p based service flow system with advanced ontology-based service profiles
A peer-to-peer (p2p) based service flow management system, SwinDeW-S, could support decentralised Web service composition, deployment and enactment. However, traditional workflow definition languages, such as extended XPDL and service-oriented BPEL4WS, have become insufficient to specify business process semantics, especially the descriptions of inputs, outputs, preconditions and effects. In this paper, we propose a novel solution based on OWL-S, a semantic Web ontology language that leverages service discovery, invocation and negotiation more effectively. The enhanced SwinDeW-S architecture is adapted with advanced ontology-based service profiles, and it takes advantage of a well-developed profile generation tool, which translates the BPEL4WS process models to the OWL-S profiles. As a result, in a new prototype equipped with both BPEL4WS and OWL-S, communications and coordination among service flow peers have become better organised and more efficient.
Jun Shen, Yun Yang, Jun Yan
Added 08 Dec 2010
Updated 08 Dec 2010
Type Journal
Year 2007
Where AEI
Authors Jun Shen, Yun Yang, Jun Yan
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