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Web Service Modeling Ontology
Along with introducing the main elements of WSMO, this paper provides a logical language for defining formal statements in WSMO together with some motivating examples from practical use cases which shall demonstrate the benefits of Semantic Web Services.
Enabling Semantic Web Services: The Web Service Modeling Ontology
This book offers a thorough, practical introduction to one of the most promising approaches the Web Service Modeling Ontology (WSMO), from the fundamentals to applications in e-commerce, e-government and e-banking.
The Web Service Modeling Language WSML: An Overview
WSML distinguishes between conceptual and logical modeling in order to support users who are not familiar with formal logic, while not restricting the expressive power of the language for the expert user.
Data summaries for on-demand queries over linked data
An approximate index structure summarising graph-structured content of sources adhering to Linked data principles is developed, an algorithm for answering conjunctive queries over Linked Data on theWeb exploiting the source summary is provided, and the system is evaluated using synthetically generated queries.
Weaving the Pedantic Web
This paper discusses common errors in RDF publishing, their consequences for applications, along with possible publisher-oriented approaches to improve the quality of structured, machine-readable and open data on the Web.
XSPARQL: Traveling between the XML and RDF Worlds - and Avoiding the XSLT Pilgrimage
It is demonstrated that XSPARQL provides concise and intuitive solutions for mapping between XML and RDF in either direction, addressing both the use cases of GRDDL and SAWSDL.
A Conceptual Comparison of WSMO and OWL-S
A conceptual comparison is conducted that identifies the overlaps and differences of both initiatives in order to evaluate their applicability in a real setting and their potential to become widely accepted standards.