Open Semantic Service Networks       models, platforms, applications, and visualization                               Jorg...
Who are we?• Supervisors                                    • Students       – Jorge Cardoso                              ...
Experiences learned2012      Genessiz: Center for Large-Scale Service System Research   3
Visualization        MESMERIC (Bruno Rito)                       OBSERVE (?)  Applications            SBSPMS(Joao Nabais) ...
ESOTERIC:Joao_Duro• Background     – Industries have particular requirements           • Specific domain vocabularies, bus...
LaNDLESS:Ricardo_Lopes• Background       – Linked Services       – Linked Open Data initiatives       – Open Semantic Serv...
SBSPMS:João_Nabais• Background       – High level definition of ITIL processes       – No standard specification languages...
MOONRISE:Diana_Miguel• Background       – Service marketplaces of isolated services descriptions       – No view of the gl...
SUnSET:Filipe_Barata• Background       – SAPO uses a proprietary service marketplace       – Service description are store...
SMS:Jorge_Araújo• Background       – Services are typically sold has atomic entities in marketplaces       – Services can ...
MESMERIC:Bruno_Brito• Background       – USDL schema/ontology is for CS experts       – Technical and code-oriented• Probl...
MAYBE:Pedro_Macedo• Background       – MEO platform does not connect users who are also friends       – Consumer habits ar...
Research method
101.Basic guidelines• Do not do it if it is already done       – “Reinventing the wheel” syndrome• What will you be provin...
2012   Genessiz: Center for Large-Scale Service System Research   15
Your thesis•      Abstract        –   Summary of research (<120 words)        –   Hypothesis + methods + results•      Int...
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Overview of the Master thesis of the Genssiz research center for the academic year 2012-2013.

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Genssiz Projects: Year 2012 2013

  1. 1. Open Semantic Service Networks models, platforms, applications, and visualization Jorge Cardoso Dept. Engenharia Informatica/CISUC University of Coimbra Coimbra, Portugal jcardoso@dei.uc.pt 17 July 20122012 Genessiz: Center for Large-Scale Service System Research 1
  2. 2. Who are we?• Supervisors • Students – Jorge Cardoso – Bruno Rito – Alexandre Pinto – Filipe Barata – Catarina Ferreira – João Duro – João Nabais – Jorge Araújo – Pedro Macedo – Ricardo Lopes – Diana Miguel2012 Genessiz: Center for Large-Scale Service System Research 2
  3. 3. Experiences learned2012 Genessiz: Center for Large-Scale Service System Research 3
  4. 4. Visualization MESMERIC (Bruno Rito) OBSERVE (?) Applications SBSPMS(Joao Nabais) MAYBE (Pedro Macedo) Platforms SUNSET (Filipe Barata) LANDLESS (Ricardo Lopes) ModelsSMS (Jorge Araujo) ESOTERIC (Joao Duro) MOONRISE (Diana Miguel)
  5. 5. ESOTERIC:Joao_Duro• Background – Industries have particular requirements • Specific domain vocabularies, business models, etc.• Problem – “one size fits all” does not fit everyone…• Solution – Explore domain extensions to USDLEsoteric: Intended for or likely to be understood by only a small number of people with a specialized2012 Genessiz: Center for Large-Scale Service System Research 5 knowledge or interest.
  6. 6. LaNDLESS:Ricardo_Lopes• Background – Linked Services – Linked Open Data initiatives – Open Semantic Service Networks• Problem – Fragmented and time consuming access to linked services and linked data• Solution – Efficient broker with a mediating ontology2012 Genessiz: Center for Large-Scale Service System Research 6
  7. 7. SBSPMS:João_Nabais• Background – High level definition of ITIL processes – No standard specification languages• Problem – Deployment of various incompatible process incarnations – Expensive customization• Solution – Definition of common and known process interfaces – “Plug-and-Process”2012 Genessiz: Center for Large-Scale Service System Research 7
  8. 8. MOONRISE:Diana_Miguel• Background – Service marketplaces of isolated services descriptions – No view of the global and digital service-based economy• Problem – Service networks cannot be modeled – Service network analysis and reasoning are not feasible• Solution – Connect services with service relationship model – Demonstrate the existence of service networks2012 Genessiz: Center for Large-Scale Service System Research 8 MOONRISE : Modeling open semantic service relationships
  9. 9. SUnSET:Filipe_Barata• Background – SAPO uses a proprietary service marketplace – Service description are stored in a relational database• Problem – No support for standard service descriptions – Potential interoperability/portability problems in the future• Solution – Implement import/export functionality based on USDL – Demonstrate the existence of service networks2012 Genessiz: Center for Large-Scale Service System Research 9 SUNSET: On the suitability of USDL for service description - A case study of a telecom operator
  10. 10. SMS:Jorge_Araújo• Background – Services are typically sold has atomic entities in marketplaces – Services can also be sold has ‘bags’ or bundles• Problem – Bundles have no added value via synergies• Solution – Explore the mashups of services – Demonstrate their value for businesses2012 Genessiz: Center for Large-Scale Service System Research 10 SMS: Semantic Mashups of Linked-USDL Services
  11. 11. MESMERIC:Bruno_Brito• Background – USDL schema/ontology is for CS experts – Technical and code-oriented• Problem – Not suitable for entrepreneurs, managers and business people – Focus on data representation rather than service modeling• Solution – Explore infographics to uncover the potential of USDL – Explore dynamic content information representation for USDL2012 Genessiz: Center for Large-Scale Service System Research 11 (Hypnotic) MESmERIC: ModEling SERvice using InforgraphiCs
  12. 12. MAYBE:Pedro_Macedo• Background – MEO platform does not connect users who are also friends – Consumer habits are often not known among friends• Problem – Not suitable for entrepreneurs, managers and business people – Focus on data representation rather than service modeling• Solution – Explore infographics to uncover the potential of USDL – Explore dynamic content information representation for USDL2012 Genessiz: Center for Large-Scale Service System Research 12 MAyBE: MEO Active Behavior prEdiction
  13. 13. Research method
  14. 14. 101.Basic guidelines• Do not do it if it is already done – “Reinventing the wheel” syndrome• What will you be proving? – You must be proving something, right!?• How will the world become a better place for all? – Practice and spread altruism2012 Genessiz: Center for Large-Scale Service System Research 14
  15. 15. 2012 Genessiz: Center for Large-Scale Service System Research 15
  16. 16. Your thesis• Abstract – Summary of research (<120 words) – Hypothesis + methods + results• Introduction – Problem and past relevant findings – Formal hypotheses• Method – Design, participants, Procedure• Results – Narrative or statistical or table or graphs• Discussion – Discuss findings and their support of hypotheses – Conclusions and future research2012 Genessiz: Center for Large-Scale Service System Research 16

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