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Title: INFRAWEBS Semantic Web Service Development on the Base of Knowledge Management Layer
Authors: Nern, Joachim
Agre, Gennady
Atanasova, Tatiana
Marinova, Zlatina
Micsik, András
Kovács, László
Saarela, Janne
Westkaemper, Timo
Keywords: Semantic Web Services
Fuzzy Set
Ontologies
Case Based Reasoning
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: Institute of Information Theories and Applications FOI ITHEA
Abstract: The paper gives an overview about the ongoing FP6-IST INFRAWEBS project and describes the main layers and software components embedded in an application oriented realisation framework. An important part of INFRAWEBS is a Semantic Web Unit (SWU) – a collaboration platform and interoperable middleware for ontology-based handling and maintaining of SWS. The framework provides knowledge about a specific domain and relies on ontologies to structure and exchange this knowledge to semantic service development modules. INFRAWEBS Designer and Composer are sub-modules of SWU responsible for creating Semantic Web Services using Case-Based Reasoning approach. The Service Access Middleware (SAM) is responsible for building up the communication channels between users and various other modules. It serves as a generic middleware for deployment of Semantic Web Services. This software toolset provides a development framework for creating and maintaining the full-life-cycle of Semantic Web Services with specific application support.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10525/740
ISSN: 1313-0463
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