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  • Web Services: Quo Vadis? 

    Bussler, Christoph; Fensel, Dieter (2003)
  • WSMX - Infrastructure for execution of semantic Web Services 

    Zaremba, Michal; Haller, Armin; Zaremba, Maciej; Moran, Matthew (2004)
    In this paper we present a demo implementation of an event driven system, which aims to enable execution of Semantic Web Services. Our demo infrastructure is based on the Web Service Modeling Ontology (WSMO) [Roman et ...
  • A Logical Framework for Web Service Discovery 

    Polleres, Axel; Keller, Uwe; Fensel, Dieter (IEEE, 2004)
    Current technologies for Web Services are based on syntactical descriptions and, therefore, lend themselves to only limited amount of automation. Research efforts in Semantic Web Services, such as WSMO, try to overcome ...
  • Web Service Capabilities and Constraints in WSMO 

    Bussler, Christoph; Polleres, Axel; Zaremba, Michal (2004)
    This paper summarizes the necessities on the semantic modeling of Web Service constraints and capabilities from the viewpoint of the Web Service Modeling Ontology(WSMO) working group. We will give a short motivating use ...
  • Social Networking Portals: An Overview and Evaluation 

    O'Murchu, Ina; Breslin, John; Decker, Stefan (2004)
    Next generation communication on the Internet changes the way we interact with the complexity of the information load on the World Wide Web. Web portals act as gateways to resources and a multitude of services on the ...
  • The WSML Rule Languages for the Semantic Web 

    Polleres, Axel; Fensel, Dieter (2005)
    The Web Service Modeling Language WSML provides a framework for the modeling of ontologies and semantic Web services based on the conceptual model of the Web Service Modeling Ontology. In this paper we describe the two ...
  • OWL DL vs. OWL Flight: Conceptual Modeling and Reasoning for the Semantic Web 

    Polleres, Axel; Fensel, Dieter (2005)
    The Semantic Web languages RDFS and OWL have been around for some time now. However, the presence of these languages has not brought the breakthrough of the Semantic Web the creators of the languages had hoped for. OWL has ...
  • Applying the concepts of extended products and extended enterprises to support the activities of dynamic supply networks in the agri-food industry 

    Wall, Brian (Elsevier, 2005)
    During the last decade industry focus has been on the development and integration of processes in the context of the food supply chain. As a result, the food supply chain can be considered highly integrated where information ...
  • Semantic Social Collaborative Filtering with FOAFRealm 

    Kruk, Sebastian Ryszard; Decker, Stefan (2005)
    The most popular collaborative filtering implementations require either a critical mass of referenced resources and a lot of active users. Other solutions are based on finding a referral with an expertise on the given ...
  • JeromeDL and FOAFRealm - Taking Advantage of Semantic Social Collaborative Filtering in Digital Libraries 

    Kruk, Sebastian Ryszard; Decker, Stefan (2005)
    In this paper, we present FOAFRealm, a user management library based on social networking and FOAF metadata, and its deployment in JeromeDL, a digital library with semantics. We will demonstrate the most important ...
  • What is wrong with Web services Discovery? 

    Fensel, Dieter; Keller, Uwe; Polleres, Axel (2005)
    Various proposals for automating the discovery of Web services are available. Most of them regard the terms service and Web service as synonymous. We believe these two terms are not equivalent and it is relevant to ...
  • Towards Intelligent web Services: Web Service Modeling Ontology (WSMO) 

    Polleres, Axel; Fensel, Dieter (Springer, 2005)
    The SemanticWeb and the SemanticWeb Services build a natural application area for Intelligent Agents, namely querying and reasoning about structured knowledge and semantic descriptions of services and their interfaces on ...
  • JeromeDL - Adding Semantic Web Technologies to Digital Libraries 

    Kruk, Sebastian Ryszard; Decker, Stefan (Springer, 2005)
    In recent years more and more information has been made available on the Web. High quality information is often stored in dedicated databases of digital libraries, which are on their way to become expanding islands of well ...
  • Automatic Location of Services 

    Keller, Uwe; Polleres, Axel; Fensel, Dieter (2005)
    The automatic location of services that fulfill a given need is seen as a key step towards dynamic and scalable integration. In this paper we present a model for the automatic location of services that considers the static ...
  • Modeling services for the semantic grid 

    Polleres, Axel; Fensel, Dieter (2005)
  • WWW or What Is Wrong with Web Services 

    Polleres, Axel; Bussler, Christoph; Fensel, Dieter (IEEE, 2005)
    A core paradigm of the Web is information exchange via persistent publication, i.e., one party publishes a piece of information on the Web, and any other party who knows the location of the resource can retrieve and process ...
  • D-FOAF - Security Aspects in Distributed User Management System 

    Grzonkowski, Slawomir; Gzella, Adam; Kruk, Sebastian Ryszard; Woroniecki, Tomasz (IEEE, 2005)
    The contemporary Internet offers various services ranging from electronic newspapers to on- line social networks. To authorize themselves, users have to register to on-line services. However, most of the ...
  • Exposing Semantic Web Service principles in SOA to solve EAI scenarios 

    Haller, Armin; Gomez, Juan Miguel; Bussler, Christoph (2005)
    Traditional Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) focuses on the integration of application interfaces by pipelining different middle- ware technologies like message queuing or remote method invocations. Web Service ...
  • A Conversation-oriented language for B2B integration based on Semantic Web Services 

    Gomez, Juan Miguel; Haller, Armin; Bussler, Christoph (2005)
    Establishing conversations in a B2B environment has significantly eased since the advent of standards such as RosettaNet and ebXML. These standardisation efforts have maintained some flexibility in defining interactions ...