Type

Journal Article

Authors

Ronan Barrett
Claus Pahl

Subjects

Computer Science

Topics
service processes web services composition ontology software engineering service composition service process composition service orchestration and choreography web services framework

An ontological framework for web service processes (2008)

Abstract The process notion is central in computing. Business processes and workflow processes are essential elements of software systems implementations. Processes are connected to notions of interaction and composition. The Web Services Framework as a development and deployment platform for services is based on the assembly of interacting processes as the compositional paradigm. Service-based software development on and for the Web platform embracing the philosophy of discovering and using third-party services makes a shared knowledge representation framework necessary. We develop a semantical and ontological framework for service process composition. We propose a framework for the compositional denition of Web services based on the -calculus to dene protocol-like restrictions on service interactions and based on description logic and ontologies to guide the discovery and modelling of services and processes.
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Ireland -> Dublin City University -> DCU Faculties and Centres = DCU Faculties and Schools: Faculty of Engineering and Computing

Full list of authors on original publication

Ronan Barrett, Claus Pahl

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