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Re: Help about OWL-S

From: Fernando Carpani - INCO <carpani@fing.edu.uy>
Date: Fri, 11 May 2007 10:56:40 -0300
Message-ID: <46447618.9020600@fing.edu.uy>
To: public-sws-ig@w3.org

Hello Ahmed.

I am also a beginner in everything of Semantic Web Service....and in the 
I think that WSMO approach can help you... because they use a kind of 
State Machine for Choreography and Orquestation (I don't undertand 
how....I need more readings about this... possibly i'm in  mistake 
but....if this is the case, please someone else correct me..)...
Some correspondence  must be made  to map partially OWL-S and  WSMO 
.....  and must be made with care.... I want this correspondence but, I 
don't know if have been developed.

(I have some other question about the two approaches .... but i'll sent 
the questions in a few days.)

Fernando Carpani. (FDO)

Ahmed Ahmed wrote:

> Hello,
> I am beginner in owl-s.
> Please I wanted to know how is done the séquencement of the execution 
> of a service web describes in owl-s?  I need to put in a chronological 
> order these objects:
> 1.  Inputs
> 2.  Output
> 3.  Précondition
> 4.  InputBinding
> 5.  OutputBinding
> 6.  Effect
> 7.  Incondition (of has Result)
> My obejectif is to represent a description in owl-s by a Statechart.  
> I need therefore of knowledge where to put every object, be in the 
> events "Entry", "do", "Exit", be on the transition of go out of the 
> state..  It suffices me to know the chronological exection order of 
> the service to realize this.
> Thank-you in advance for your assistance.  (InfoTun)
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