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RE: free, comprehensive, available semantic WS framework ?

From: LECUE FREDDY RD-TECH-REN <freddy.lecue@orange-ftgroup.com>
Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2007 17:38:56 +0200
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To: <Pierre.CHATEL@fr.thalesgroup.com>
Cc: <public-sws-ig@w3.org>

Hi Pierre,

  may be look at the WSMX,O, L framework i.e., WSMF (http://www.wsmx.org/). They use the WSML description language to model their services.


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Objet : free, comprehensive, available semantic WS framework ?

Hi List,

I'm currently undergoing a PhD on the subject of dynamic QoS handling in service-oriented architectures.
My research page: http://www.chatelp.org/?page_id=4 My thesis subject:http://www.chatelp.org/thesis/research_subject.pdf

As such, I would like to integrate, in a generic semantic SOA architecture, an already existing software component capable of handling the following
- semantic description of service requests' and offers' functional properties using ontologies
- service consumers as web processes (i.e. BPEL)
- semantic service discovery matchmaking using a logic reasoner between service offers and requests: returning a list of matched services
- data adaptation in order to support service invocation after the semantic matchmaking phase.

My initial work was based on BPEL and SAWSDL but there is no public and comprehensive framework for semantic matchmaking using SAWSDL at this time, and I'd rather integrate an existing solution than write a new one from the ground up in order to be able to focus on non-functionnal constraints.
I was wondering if you had any pointers to an available semantic WS framework based on current technologies like SAWSDL, OWL or OWL-S. 

Thanks in advance,

Pierre Chatel
THALES Land and Joint Systems
1-5, Avenue Carnot
91883 Massy CEDEX - France
Tel +33 (0)1 69 75 30 57
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