Service Discovery

@inproceedings{Klusch2014ServiceD,
  title={Service Discovery},
  author={Matthias Klusch},
  booktitle={Encyclopedia of Social Network Analysis and Mining},
  year={2014}
}
  • M. Klusch
  • Published in
    Encyclopedia of Social…
    2014
  • Computer Science
Glossary CAN: Content-Adressable Network DHT: Distributed Hash Table JSON: JavaScript Object Notation NAICS: North American Industrial Classification System OWL-S: Ontology Web Language for Services REST: Representational State Transfer SA-WSDL: Semantically Annotated WSDL SA-REST: Semantic Annotation of Web Resources SIC: Standard Industrial Classification SML: Service Modeling Language SOA: Service-Oriented Architecture SOAP: Simple Object Access Protocol UDDI: Universal Description… 
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