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Amit Sheth, "Semantic Web Process Lifecycle: Role of Semantics in Annotation, Discovery, Composition and Execution," Invited Talk at WWW2003 Workshop on E-Services and the Semantic Web, Budapest, ...

Amit Sheth, "Semantic Web Process Lifecycle: Role of Semantics in Annotation, Discovery, Composition and Execution," Invited Talk at WWW2003 Workshop on E-Services and the Semantic Web, Budapest, Hungary, May 2003. Related paper: http://knoesis.org/library/resource.php?id=00174

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  • Telecommunications industry: service provider needs to support different classes of customers (e.g., individual residences, small businesses, and large businesses) and require flexibility to deal with a limited set of partners. For example, a CLEC may need flexibility in leasing network capacities for long distance services from QWEST communications or Level 3 communications.
  • Telecommunications industry: one of the visions of the future networks includes the facility to allow consumer devices to interact with other devices and humans on the network in an integrated fashion. The device may be able to specify a need for a specific type and quality of network services required and the network dynamically composes a customized process to allow processing of the request.
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  • From Cardoso’s PhD dissertation
  • From Cardoso’s dissertation
  • Three value propositions for using templates: (a) allows you to focus on semantics of the process rather than WSDL of constituend Web services, (b) better structure to help optimize Service selection, and © help in validation
  • Semantics (of information, communication) is a very old area, and extensive work on Semantic Technology has been going on for well over a decade (many projects on semantic interoperability, semantic information brokering) Semantic Web and related visions are being achieved in various depth and scope – mostly starting with targeted applications where requirements are much better understood and scope is manageable

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