Semantic Web Services
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This is a one-hour video recording of the presentation of John Domingue at the KnowledgeWeb summer school 2005. It comprises either the video synchronized with the slides (but requires Quicktime, hence Windows or MacOS, otherwise the slides have to be switched manually).
Table of Contents:
Semantic Web Services: The Web Service Modelling Ontology and IRS-III Contents What's a Web Service? Web Services Framework What's the big deal? Problems with Web Services Today Larry Says "The problem is not in the plumbing - it's in the semantics" SWS Vision Semantic Web Services (is) SWS Activities Web Service Modelling Ontology (WSMO) WSMO is .. SDK-Cluster WSMO Working Groups WSMO Design Principles WSMO Top Level Notions Non-Functional Properties Non-Functional Properties List WSMO Ontologies Ontology Usage & Principles Ontology Specification WSMO Web Services Capability Specification WSMO Web Service Description Choreography and Orchestration Choreography Aspects Orchestration Aspects Service Interface Description Service Interface Description Model WSMO Goals Goal Specification WSMO Mediators Mediation WSMO Mediators Overview Mediator Structure OWL-S OWL-S Ontology OWL-S Upper Ontology WSMO OWL-S Comparison IRS-III: The Internet Reasoning Service... Design Principles Features of IRS-III IRS-III Framework IRS-III Architecture Publishing Platform Architecture IRS-III/WSMO differences IRS-III Demo SUMMARY Semantic Web Services Hands-On Session with IRS-III European Travel Scenario European Travel Demo IRS-III Hands On Task Tutorial Setup Travel Related Knowledge Models Key Classes, Relations, Instances Goals Services Service constraints Available Functions Example: Multiply Goal Example: Multiply Mediator Example: Multiply Web Service Example: Publishing for Multiply Example: Invocation Multiply Goal IRS-III Visualizer SWS Creation & Usage Steps Multiple WS for goal Defining a Mediation Service Goal Based Invocation Valid Relations European Currency Assumption Tips
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