Wenjia Niu

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In order to achieve automatic and more intelligent service composition, dynamic description logic (DDL) is proposed and utilized as one emerging logic-level solution. However, reasoning optimization and utilization in such DDL-related solutions is still an open problem. In this paper, we propose the context-aware reasoning-based service agent model (CARSA)(More)
Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are attractive for monitoring and gathering physical information (e.g. temperature) via lots of deployed sensors. For the applications in WSNs, Web service is one of the recommended frameworks to publish, invoke, and manage services. However, the standard Web service description language (WSDL), defines only the service input(More)
A service composition task for service broker is to discovery and compose provider's services to satisfy user's request. Many researchers model the context utilizing ontology-based or attribute-based method to assist service composition. We propose a new context model by combining the context logic with the dynamic description logic (DDL), where user'(More)
The cross-media retrieval problem has received much attention in recent years due to the rapid increasing of multimedia data on the Internet. A new approach to the problem has been raised which intends to match features of different modalities directly. In this research, there are two critical issues: how to get rid of the heterogeneity between different(More)
Keywords: Wireless sensor network Hierarchical workflow management QoS guarantee Bloom filter a b s t r a c t As a popular service composition technology, workflow has been successfully used in wireless sensor networks (WSNs) to compose a set of atomic services for service-oriented WSN applications. However, in a resource-constrained WSN, the sensed data is(More)