To address the emerging importance of services and the relevance of relationships, we have developed and introduced the concept of Open Semantic Service Network (OSSN). OSSN are networks which relate services with the assumption that firms make the information of their services openly available using suitable models. Services, relationships and networks are said to be open (similar to LOD), when their models are transparently available and accessible by external entities and follow an open world assumption. Networks are said to be semantic when they explicitly describe their capabilities and usage, typically using a conceptual or domain model, and ideally using Semantic Web standards and techniques. One limitation of OSSNs is that they were conceived without accounting for the dynamic behavior of service networks. In other words, they can only capture static snapshots of service-based economies but do not include any mechanism to model reactions and effects that services have on other services and the notion of time
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