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10.1. SEMANTIC WEB SERVICES A SHORT OVERVIEW
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Web services (Alonso et al., 2001) pieces of functionalities which are accessible over the Web have added a new level of functionality to the current Web by taking a rst step towards seamless integration of distributed software components using Web standards. Nevertheless, current Web service technologies around SOAP (XML Protocol Working Group, 2003), WSDL (WSDL, 2005), and UDDI (UDDI, 2004) operate at a syntactic level and, therefore, although they support interoperability (i.e., interoperability between the many diverse application development platforms that exist today) through common standards, they still require human interaction to a large extent: the human programmer has to manually search for appropriate Web services in order to combine them in a useful manner, which limits scalability and greatly curtails the added economic value of envisioned with the advent of Web services (Fensel and Bussler, 2002). For automation of tasks, such as Web service discovery, composition and execution, semantic description of Web services is required (McIlraith et al., 2001). Recent research aimed at making Web content more machine processable, usually subsumed under the common term Semantic Web (Berners-Lee et al., 2001) are gaining momentum also, in particular, in the context of Web services usage. Here, semantic markup shall be exploited to automate the
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tasks of Web service discovery, composition, and invocation, thus enabling seamless interoperation between them while keeping human intervention to a minimum. The description of Web services in a machine-understandable fashion is expected to have a great impact in areas of e-Commerce and Enterprise Application Integration, as it is expected to enable dynamic and scalable cooperation between different systems and organizations: Web services provided by cooperating businesses or applications can be automatically located based on another business or application needs, they can be composed to achieve more complex, added-value functionalities, and cooperating businesses or applications can interoperate without prior agreements custom codes. Therefore, much more exible and cost-effective integration can be achieved. In order to provide the basis for Semantic Web Services, a fully edged framework needs to be provided: starting with a conceptual model, continuing with a formal language to provides formal syntax and semantics (based on different logics in order to provide different levels of logical expressiveness) for the conceptual model, and ending with an execution environment, that glue all the components that use the language for performing various tasks that would eventually enable automation of service. In this context, this chapter gives an overview of existing approaches to Semantic Web Services and highlights their features as far as such a fully edged framework for SWS is concerned. We start by introducing, in Section 10.2, the most important European initiative in the area of SWS the WSMO approach to SWS. In Section 10.3, we provide an overview of OWL-S an OWL-based Web service ontology, and in Section 10.4 the SWSF a language and an ontology for describing services. Furthermore, we look also at other approaches IRS III (in Section 10.5) and WSDL-S (in Section 10.6) that although do not aim at providing a fully edged framework for SWS, tackle some relevant aspects of SWS. In Section 10.7, we take a closer look at the gap usually called grounding between the semantic and the syntactic descriptions of services, and identify several approaches to deal with the grounding in the context of SWS. Section 10.8 concludes this chapter and points out perspectives for future research in the area of Semantic Web Services.
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