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Web Service Discovery in a Semantically Extended UDDI Registry: the Case of FUSION

By Dimitrios Kourtesis, Iraklis Paraskakis, Andreas Friesen, Panagiotis Gouvas and Athanasios Bouras

Abstract

Service-oriented computing is being adopted at an unprecedented rate, making the effectiveness of automated service discovery an increasingly important challenge. UDDI has emerged as a de facto industry standard and fundamental building block within SOA infrastructures. Nevertheless, conventional UDDI registries lack means to provide unambiguous, semantically rich representations of Web service capabilities, and the logic inference power required for facilitating automated service discovery. To overcome this important limitation, a number of approaches have been proposed towards augmenting Web service discovery with semantics. This paper discusses the benefits of semantically extending Web service descriptions and UDDI registries, and presents an overview of the approach put forward in project FUSION, towards semantically-enhanced publication and discovery of services based on SAWSDL

Publisher: Springer
Year: 2007
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.whiterose.ac.uk:4775

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