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Semantic Business Process Management (SBPM) has been proposed as an extension of BPM with Semantic Web and Semantic Web Services (SWS) technologies in order to increase and enhance the level of automation that can be achieved within the BPM life-cycle. In a nutshell, SBPM is based on the extensive and exhaustive conceptual-ization of the BPM domain so as to(More)
A factor limiting the take up of Web services is that all tasks associated with the creation of an application, for example, finding, composing, and resolving mismatches between Web services have to be carried out by a software developer. Semantic Web services is a combination of semantic Web and Web service technologies that promise to alleviate these(More)
The establishment of Linked Data principles has ushered in a remarkable new era of widespread semantics-based interoperation. In particular, the use of RDF, SPARQL and HTTP allows for a high degree of generic tool support and lightweight composition of data sources. This rosy picture, however, mainly applies to static data. When it comes to dynamics-both(More)
Digital signal processing and control (DSPC) tools allow application developers to assemble systems by connecting predefined components in signal–flow graphs and by hierarchically building new components via encapsulating sub–graphs. Run–time environments then dynamically schedule components for execution on some embedded processor , typically in a(More)
Many aspects of Linked Data management – including exposing legacy data and applications to semantic formats, designing vocabularies to describe RDF data, identifying links between entities, query processing, and data curation – are necessarily tackled through the combination of human effort with algorith-mic techniques. In the literature on traditional(More)