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Representing Process-Based Ontology Using Topic Maps for Web Services

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3 Author(s)
Jeong-youn Yu ; Chungnam National University, South Korea ; Yun-young Hwang ; Kyu-chul Lee

The intelligent discovery of Web services is an important factor in automatic Web services. Thus far, discovery methods have been heavily dependent on the input/output and the precondition/effect of a service. In addition, they have not used ontology describing internal operations. Thus, users have much difficulty in finding the service that they want with the previous methods. In this study, a process-based ontology, TM-S (topic maps-based ontology for service) is developed. The characteristics of TM-S are beneficial in terms of filtering out unrelated services and enhancing a user's retrieval capabilities. Additionally, TMS-QL (TM-S Query Language) was developed; directing users in how services can be found using TM-S

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2006 15th International Conference on Computing

Date of Conference:

Nov. 2006