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Re: Executing OWL-S/Profile

From: Luke Steller <luke.steller@infotech.monash.edu.au>
Date: Thu, 23 Sep 2004 22:15:39 +1000
To: Bijan Parsia <bparsia@isr.umd.edu>
Cc: public-sws-ig@w3.org
Message-id: <4152BE6B.5000700@infotech.monash.edu.au>

Ahh! Thanks, im already using the mindswap one, for composition, 
execution and monitoring, and am on the mailing list, I thought maybe 
CMU were developing a different one, since they list it on the tools 
section of their site, but with no link. On 
http://www.daml.ri.cmu.edu/tools/details.html, it is shown in the 
diagram, as a CMU project. So perhaps they do have their own. 
Interestingly its contained within a Jar file, contained in their 
matchmaker client, but not so useful without javadocs.

Anyway thanks,

Luke Steller
School of Network Computing
Faculty of Information Technology
Monash University

Bijan Parsia wrote:

> On Sep 23, 2004, at 5:13 AM, Luke Steller wrote:
>> Actually, I am interested in the CMU tools, but cant find them 
>> anywhere for download. Both the CMU site, and  semwebcentral.org, 
>> have the OWL-S VM, and OWL-S API listed as current projects, but dont 
>> offer these for download yet. I assume they are not finished?
> Well, the projects are distinct, at distinct organization. OWL-S API 
> is from the MIND lab at the Universtiy of Maryland and is certianly 
> available for download:
>     http://www.mindswap.org/2004/owl-s/api/
> We actually have a fairly active mailing list, and the API is being 
> used, as I said, by Fujistu in their Task Computing project.:
>     http://tc.flacp.fujitsulabs.com/
>>  But it sounds like some of you have tried them already??
> Not the OWL-S VM, but I've recall reading papers about their 
> experiments. Since the OWL-S VM is essential a transliteration of the 
> CMU "execution semantics" into Jess rules, it wouldn't be all that 
> hard to replicate.
>> Does anyone have these for download?
> For the OWL-S API, see above. We welcome code or documentation 
> contributions. We've not moved it to a semwebcentral or sourceforge 
> like environment yet since we've had no strong interest from external 
> developers to be a co-maintainer. But we could certian give write 
> access to our SVN repository as an intermediate step.
> For the VM, well, pressure the CMU folks! :)
> Another possibiilty would be to to use a Golog interpreter.
> Cheers,
> Bijan Parsia.
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