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Computer Science - Communication Networks | Semantic Web Services, Processes and Applications

Semantic Web Services, Processes and Applications

Series: Semantic Web and Beyond, Vol. 3

Cardoso, Jorge, Sheth, Amit P. (Eds.)

2006, XXX, 383 p.

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Semantics, Web services, and Web processes promise better re-use, universal interoperability and integration. Semantics has been recognized as the primary tool to address the challenges of a broad spectrum of heterogeneity and for improving automation through machine understandable descriptions.

Semantic Web Services, Processes and Applications brings contributions from researchers who study, explore and understand the semantic enabling of all phases of semantic Web processes. This encompasses design, annotation, discovery, choreography and composition. Also this book presents fundamental capabilities and techniques associated with ontological modeling or services, annotation, matching and mapping, and reasoning. This is complemented by discussion of applications in e-Government and bioinformatics.

Semantic Web Services, Processes and Applications is structured for research scientists and graduate-level students in computer science, as well as practitioners in industry.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » automation - bioinformatics - ontology - programming - proving - search engine marketing (SEM) - semantic web - semantics

Related subjects » Artificial Intelligence - Communication Networks - Database Management & Information Retrieval - Information Systems and Applications - Popular Science

Table of contents / Sample pages 

Semantic Web Services.- The Semantic Web and Its Applications.- Semantic Annotations in Web Services.- Web Services Modeling Ontology.- Keywords, Port Types and Semantics: A Journey in the Land of Web Service Discovery.- Temporal Reasoning Of Reactive Web Services.- Semantic Web Processes.- Basic Concepts In Choreography Services.- Designing Semantic Web Processes: The Wsdl-S Approach.- Web Services Composition.- Matching And Mapping For Semantic Web Processes.- Real-world Applications.- Developing An Owl Ontology For e-Tourism.- Semantic Technology For e-Government.- Bioinformatics Applications Of Web Services, Web Processes And Role Of Semantics.- Building Semantic Business Services.- Programming The Semantic Web.

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