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Concurrent engineering (CE) is a methodology applied to product lifecycle development so that high quality, well designed products can be provided at lower prices and in less time. Many research works have been proposed for efficiently modeling of different domains in CE. However, an integration of these works with consistent data flow is absent and still(More)
OWL-S, one of the most significant Semantic web service ontologies proposed to date, provides Web Service providers with a core ontological framework and guidelines for describing the properties and capabilities of their web Services in unambiguous, computer interpretable form. In this paper, we propose a probabilistic model for OWL-S processes, employing(More)
In the Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) there are always over one service candidates corresponding with the criterion of the service request, which are developed by different organizations and offer diverse, Quality of Service (QoS) values and transactional properties. While many works have been done for Web service selection, designing a composite Web(More)
In this paper, we present a semantic feature language for knowledge representation and reasoning across different domains in concurrent engineering (CE). The proposed language utilizes a feature model which is depicted in two levels. First a unified and formal framework is presented for semantic features in CE. The presented semantic features are general(More)
The embedded quality data acquisition and analysis platform which meets the demand of field real-time quality control against more and more complicated quality control in inter-enterprise is presented in this paper. With HPI technology and regionalization of HPI memory mapping strategy first being adopted in this platform and the accomplishment of HPI(More)