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DAML-S: Semantic Markup for Web Services
We have begun to develop an ontology of services, called DAML-S, that will make these functionalities possible. Expand
Bringing Semantics to Web Services: The OWL-S Approach
This paper shows how to use OWL-S in conjunction with Web service standards, and explains and illustrates the value added by the semantics expressed in OWl-S. Expand
DAML-S: Web Service Description for the Semantic Web
In this paper we present DAML-S, a DAML+OIL ontology for describing the properties and capabilities of Web Services. Expand
Bringing Semantics to Web Services with OWL-S
OWL-S (“OWL for Services”) is a set of notations for expressing such specifications, based on the Semantic Web ontology language. Expand
A Semantic Web Services Architecture
The semantic Web services initiative architecture (SWSA) committee has created a set of architectural and protocol abstractions that serve as a foundation for semantic Web service technologies. Expand
Research Directions for Service-Oriented Multiagent Systems
Today's service-oriented systems realize many ideas from the research conducted a decade or so ago in multiagent systems. Because these two fields are so deeply connected, further advances inExpand
Representation and reasoning for DAML-based policy and domain services in KAoS and nomads
In this paper, we will discuss results, issues, and lessons learned in the development of these representations, tools, and services and their use in military and space application. Expand
Issues in the Development of Human-Computer Mixed Initiative Planning
We discuss some of the research areas that are likely to be important in transitioning prototype AI planning systems to a new role as collaborator in a mixed human/machine collective planning process. Expand
DAML-S: A Semantic Markup Language For Web Services
We develop an ontology of services, called DAML- S, that will enable greater access not only to content but also to services on the Web. Expand
Integrating agent-based mixed-initiative control with an existing multi-agent planning system
In this paper, we describe our experience with combining two interactive agent systems: TRIPS (The Rochester Interactive Planning System) and CAMPS-MP (Constraint-based Airlift Mission Planning Scheduler-Mission Planner), an interactive airlift scheduling tool developed for the US Air Force. Expand