Using Ontology to Bind Web Services to the Data Model of Automation Systems

@inproceedings{Hu2002UsingOT,
  title={Using Ontology to Bind Web Services to the Data Model of Automation Systems},
  author={Zaijun Hu},
  booktitle={Web, Web-Services, and Database Systems},
  year={2002}
}
Supplying integrated data model with multiple structures for addressing diverse requirements from different production lifecycles and control levels is the natural development of automation systems. Data processing, presentation and manipulation require well-designed computation model that consists of interrelated groups of function components or applications that can be realized in the form of web services. Binding the available web services to the designed data model becomes a challenging… CONTINUE READING

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