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Profile hierarchy?

From: Andreas Hess <andreas.hess@ucd.ie>
Date: Thu, 09 Oct 2003 19:32:23 +0100
To: www-ws@w3.org
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we are currently developing an application for annotation of Web 
Services with ontological classes.

Our short-term goal is to annotate a couple of hundred Web Services we 
gathered from SALCentral and XMethods and use these annotations as 
training data for our machine learning approach to semantic annotation 
of Web Services. [1]

We want to annotate the service as a whole, the operations and the 
inputs and outputs. Our annotation would map to a subset of the Service 
Profile in DAML-S.

I am currently looking for a "global" ontology that could be used for 
this task. More precisely, first of all I am looking for something like 
the "Profile Hierarchy" that was present in the DAML-S 0.7 examples.

Are there any ongoing efforts to create something like a global profile 
hierarchy for Web Services?

Does something like I'm looking for already exist and I was just too 
blind to see?

I am aware of the NAICS and UNSPSC taxonomies and the SUMO, but they 
don't really seem appropriate for classifiying Web Services.

Andreas Hess

Smart Media Institute
Deptartment of Computer Science
University College Dublin

[1] see http://moguntia.ucd.ie/publications
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