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Towards context-aware semantic web service discovery through conceptual situation spaces

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Towards context-aware semantic web service discovery through conceptual situation spaces
Context-awareness is highly desired across several application domains. Semantic Web Services (SWS) enable the automatic discovery of distributed Web services based on comprehensive semantic representations. However, although SWS technology supports the automatic allocation of resources for a given welldefined task, it does not entail the discovery of appropriate SWS representations for a given situational context. Whereas tasks are highly dependent on the situational context in which they occur, SWS technology does not explicitly encourage the representation of domain situations. Moreover, describing the complex notion of a specific situation in all its facets is a costly task and may never reach semantic completeness. Particularly, following the symbolic SWS approach leads to ambiguity issues and does not entail semantic meaningfulness. Apart from that, not any real-world situation completely equals another, but has to be matched to a finite set of semantically defined parameter des...
Stefan Dietze, Alessio Gugliotta, John Domingue
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Year 2008
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Authors Stefan Dietze, Alessio Gugliotta, John Domingue
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