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RE: SW / ontology in telecommunication field

From: Lansing, Jeff <jlansing@systechnologies.com>
Date: Mon, 7 Mar 2005 16:04:47 -0800
Message-ID: <0924D8C9ADE6C04D9FA73CC47C0FA8E4012503BD@SYSSDEX.syys.com>
To: "IC Dept.- MIT-Maqbool Al Maimani" <maqbool@oas.com.om>, "Abir Qasem" <abir.qasem@gmail.com>, <semantic-web@w3.org>, <public-owl-dev@w3.org>

For an ontology of web services you might start with this:
 
http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-ws-arch/2004Jan/0081.html
 
Jeff

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From: public-owl-dev-request@w3.org on behalf of IC Dept.- MIT-Maqbool Al Maimani
Sent: Sun 3/6/2005 8:12 PM
To: Abir Qasem; semantic-web@w3.org; public-owl-dev@w3.org
Subject: RE: SW / ontology in telecommunication field



Thanks Abir

But where are we today on this issue and what are the opining topics / issues that need to be further researched.  I am very much interested in this matter and doing a lot of research.

Moreover, when we say "Ontology" does it mean a catalog of terms (classes ) and relationship among them?  DO we have today a full fledged ontology covering all terms for web services.

Thanks and awaiting your response

Regards,
MAQBOOL

-----Original Message-----
From: Abir Qasem [mailto:abir.qasem@gmail.com]
Sent: Sunday, March 06, 2005 9:26 PM
To: IC Dept.- MIT-Maqbool Al Maimani; semantic-web@w3.org; public-owl-dev@w3.org
Subject: Re: SW / ontology in telecommunication field

Dear Maqbool

I interpret your use of the term "recognition" - as identification and
composition (putting together pieces of services offered by different
semantic web resources), based on that...

The OWL-S initiative is attempting to define how a web service can be
described using OWL. Essentially, OWL-S is an ontology represented in OWL
that describes web services. This ontology focuses on three type of
knowledge about a service: a profile of the service, a process model that
describes how it works, and a description of how to invoke it.

A natural approach to automatic service composition is to view it as an AI
planning problem [Peer 02] [Hendler 99]. This is natural because a service
profile describes the inputs and outputs of services, which match with the
preconditions and effects of planning operators. McIlraith et. al. has
proposed an approach to composing web services using Golog T


In our work Lehigh we use HTN planning to compose Semantic Web services. To
avoid redundancy in service composition we use Local Closed World reasoning
(LCW).


Hope this helps.

Abir

Lehigh University



Some References:

Mcllraith S.A., Son T.C., and Zeng H. Semantic Web Services. In IEEE
Intelligent Systems, Special Issueon the Semantic Web,  Volume 16, No. 2,
pp. 46-53.


 Sirin, E..  Parsia, B., and  Hendler, J.. Composition-driven filtering and
selection of semantic web services.In AAAI Spring Symposium on Semantic Web
Services, 2004.


A. Qasem, J. Heflin and H. Muņoz-Avila. Efficient Source Discovery and
Service Composition for Ubiquitous Computing Environments. In Workshop on
Semantic Web Technology for Mobile and Ubiquitous Applications, ISWC 2004.








On 3/5/05 11:55 PM, "IC Dept.-  MIT-Maqbool Al Maimani" <maqbool@oas.com.om>
wrote:

>
> Dear Friends
>
> I am researching on semantic web on how to automate the process of recognizing
> a service -- please let me know the latest on this field.
>
> Regards,
> MAQBOOL
>
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> Behalf Of WENKE ZOU
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> Subject: SW / ontology in telecommunication field
>
>
> Dear Friends,
>
> I begin to research the semantic web applications and
> ontology in telecommunication field. If you know the
> related information, please inform me the related
> project, research paper and so on. Thanks a lot!
>
> Best Regards,
> Wenky Zou
>
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