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SEMANTIC WEB SERVICES APPROACHES AND PERSPECTIVES
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 Ordering Constraints: Support the speci cation of activities de ned by sequencing properties of atomic processes.  Occurrence Constraints: Support the speci cation of nondeterministic activities within services.  State Constraints: Support the speci cation of activities which are triggered by states that satis es a given condition.  Exception Constraints: Provides support for modeling exceptions. As part of the FLOWS-Core some basic terms are de ned:  Service: A service is de ned as an object which has associated a set of service descriptors and an activity that speci es the process model of the service, activities called service activities.  Atomic Process: An atomic process is a PSL activity, that is, in general a sub-activity of the activity associated with the service. Associated with each atomic process are (multiple) input, output, precondition, and effects. The inputs and the outputs are the inputs and outputs of the program which realizes the atomic process. The preconditions are conditions that must be true in the word for the atomic process to be executed. Finally, effects are the side effects of the execution of the atomic process. All these are expressed as First-Order logic formulae.  Message: A message is an object in FLOWS-Core ontology which has associated a message type and a payload (body).  Channel: A message is an object in FLOWS-Core ontology which holds messages that have been sent and may or may not have received.
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10.4.2. The Semantic Web Services Language (SWSL)
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SWSL is a language for describing, in a formal way, Web services concepts and descriptions of individual services. SWSL comes in two variants which are based on two well-known formalisms: First-Order Logic and Logic Programming. The two sub-languages are SWSL-FOL and SWSL-Rules. The design of both languages was driven by compliance with Web principles, like usage of URIs, integration with XML built-in types and XML-compatible namespaces, and import mechanisms. Both languages are layered languages where every layer includes a number of new concepts that enhance the modeling power of the language. SWSL-Rules is a logic programming language which includes features from Courteous logic programs (Grosof, 1999), HiLog (Chen and Kifer, 1993) and F-Logic (Kifer et al., 1995), and can be
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Figure 10.6 The layered structure of swsl-rules (SWSF, 2005).
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seen as both speci cation and implementation language. SWSL-Rules language provides support for service-related tasks like discovery, contacting, policy speci cation, and so on. It is a layered-based languages as shown in Figure 10.6. The core of the SWSL-Rules language is represented by pure Horn sub-set of SWSL-Rules. This subset is extended by adding different features like (1) disjunction in the body and conjunction and implication in the head this extension is called monotonic Loyd-Topor (Mon LT) (Lloyd, 1987), (2) negation in the rule body interpreted as nation as failure this extension is called NAF. Furthermore, the Mon LT can be extended by adding quanti ers and implication in the rule body resulting in what is called nonmonotonic Loyd-Topor (Nonmon LT) extension. Other envisioned extensions are towards: (1) Courteous rules (Courteous) whit two new features: restricted classical negation and prioritized rules, (2) HiLog enables meta-programming, (3) Frames add object oriented features like frame syntax, types, and inheritance, (4) Rei cation allows rules to be referred and grouped. Finally, Equality can be possible extension as well. SWSL-FOL is a First-Order logic which includes features from HiLog and F-Logic. It has as well a layered structure which is depicted in Figure 10.7 Some of the extensions provided for SWSL-Rules apply for SWSLFOL as well. The only restriction is that the initial languages should have monotonic semantics. The resulting extensions depicted in Figure 10.7 are SWSL-FOL Equality, SWSL-FOL HiLog, and SWSL-FOL Frame.
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