OWL-T: A Task Ontology Language for Automatic Service Composition

@article{Tran2007OWLTAT,
  title={OWL-T: A Task Ontology Language for Automatic Service Composition},
  author={Vuong Xuan Tran and Hidekazu Tsuji},
  journal={IEEE International Conference on Web Services (ICWS 2007)},
  year={2007},
  pages={1164-1167}
}
In order to satisfy incremental business demands, it is often required to combine functionalities of several services together. A number of approaches for service composition have been therefore proposed in both academic and industrial communities. These approaches, such as BPEL, WSCI, etc. can be categorized into static, manual service composition methods. In addition, by applying Semantic Web technologies, many research works have been investigated to support automatic service composition… CONTINUE READING

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