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In this paper, we present an adaptive, hybrid semantic match-maker 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)
In this paper, we present SAWSDL-MX2, a hyprid semantic Web service matchmaker for SAWSDL services. Building on our initial work in [11], we adopt logic-based as well as text similarity service selection for model references and add a structural approach from [14], which operates on the pure syntactic description of WSDL elements. The integration of these(More)
We present an adaptive, hybrid semantic matchmaker for SAWSDL services, called SAWSDL-MX2. 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)
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)
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)
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)
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)