Ingo Zinnikus

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In this paper, we present SAWSDL-MX2, a hybrid semantic Web service matchmaker for SAWSDL services. Building on our initial work in \cite{Klu_Kap_08}, we adopt logic-based as well as text similarity service selection for model references and add a structural approach from \cite{Zin_Rup_Fis_06}, which operates on the pure syntactic description of WSDL(More)
In this paper, we present an adaptive, hybrid semantic matchmaker for SAWSDL services, called SAWSDL-MX2. It determines three kinds of semantic service similarity with a given service request, that are logic-based, text-based and structural similarity. In particular, the degree of structural service similarity is computed by the WSDL-Analyzer tool [12] by(More)
This paper discusses an innovative mean on model-driven agent-based coordination of Semantic Web services. The general idea is to define a platform independent metamodel for Semantic Web services and integrate it into a platform independent metamodel for multiagent systems. A model-driven Semantic Web services matchmaker agent in combination with model(More)
We present an adaptive, hybrid semantic matchmaker for SAWSDL services, called SAWSDLMX2. It determines three kinds of semantic matching of an advertised service with a requested one both of which are described in the standard SAWSDL: Logic-based, text-similarity-based and XML-tree edit-based structural similarity. Before selection, SAWSDL-MX2 learns the(More)
In cross-organisational business interactions, the most desirable solution for integrating different partners would suggest to integrate their processes and data on a rather low level. However, the internal processes and interfaces of the participating partners are often pre-existing and have to be taken as given. Furthermore, in cross-organisational(More)
In this paper, we describe the use of a hierarchical ontology representation as a basis for modelling user preferences in the SAID project for elderly and disabled persons. The nodes of the ontology tree are associated with either pre-selected or dynamically found web sites relevant for each topic of the user’s interest (in this way web-surfing can be(More)
Services provide an universal basis for the integration of applications and processes that are distributed among entities, both within an organization and across organizational borders: This paper presents a model-driven approach to design interoperable agents in service-oriented architectures (SOA). The approach provides a foundation for how to incorporate(More)
One of the challenges that Ambient Intelligence (AmI) faces is the provision of a usable interaction concept to its users, especially for those with a weak technical background. In this paper, we describe a new approach to integrate interactive services provided by an AmI environment with the television set, which is one of the most widely used interaction(More)