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Re: Overlap between OWL-S and WSDL

From: Robert Mark Bram <relaxedrob@optusnet.com.au>
Date: Tue, 05 Oct 2004 11:41:51 +1000
To: Massimo Paolucci <paolucci@cs.cmu.edu>, OWL-S <public-sws-ig@w3.org>
Message-id: <opsfdiz1qcov81ve@smtp.monash.edu.au>

Thank you very much for your reply Massimo - it is much appreciated!

>> Does this mean that chunks of OWL-S defining atomic processes and 
>> inputs/outputs can be directly re-used as the WSDL operations and 
>> messages?
> There have been a number of attempts to extend WSDL with OWL.  In the 
> case of OWL-S,  it assumes that WSDL is defined independently of the 
> OWL-S specifications, and it uses the Grounding to map between the OWL-S 
> atomic processes and the WSDL operations,  it also means that you can 
> define a mapping between the WSDL Input/Outputs and the OWL-S 
> Input/Outputs.

I should have figured it would be this way. It is the same as the IOPEs 
that appear both in the ServiceProfile and ServiceModel.


Robert Mark Bram
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