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2010
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Detecting Ontological Conflicts in Protocols between Semantic Web Services

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Detecting Ontological Conflicts in Protocols between Semantic Web Services
Abstract. The task of verifying the compatibility between interacting web services has traditionally been limited to checking the compatibility of the interaction protocol in terms of message sequences and the type of data being exchanged. Since web services are developed largely in an uncoordinated way, different services often use independently developed ontologies for the same domain instead of adhering to a single ontology as standard. In this work we investigate the approaches that can be taken by the server to verify the possibility to reach a state with semantically inconsistent results during the execution of a protocol with a client, if the client ontology is published. Often database is used to store the actual data along with the ontologies instead of storing the actual data as a part of the ontology description. It is important to observe that at the current state of the database the semantic conflict state may not be reached even if the verification done by the server indi...
Priyankar Ghosh, Pallab Dasgupta
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where CORR
Authors Priyankar Ghosh, Pallab Dasgupta
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