Proactively Composing Web Services as Tasks by Semantic Web Agents

Proactively Composing Web Services as Tasks by Semantic Web Agents

Vadim Ermolayev (Zaporozhye National University, Ukraine), Natalya Keberle (Zaporozhye National University, Ukraine), Oleksandr Kononenko (University of Jyvaskyla, Finland) and Vagan Terziyan (University of Jyväskylä, Finland)
Copyright: © 2007 |Pages: 30
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59904-280-0.ch011
OnDemand PDF Download:
$37.50

Abstract

This chapter presents the framework for agent-enabled dynamic composition of Semantic Web services. The approach and the framework have been developed in several research and development projects by ISRG and IOG. The core of the methodology is the new understanding of a Semantic Web service as a capability of an intelligent software agent supplied with the proper ontological description. It is demonstrated how diverse Web services may be composed and mediated by dynamic coalitions of software agents collaboratively performing tasks for service requestors. Middle agent layer is introduced to conduct the transformation of a Web service request to the corresponding task, agent-enabled cooperative task decomposition and performance. Discussed are the formal means to arrange agents’ negotiation, to represent the semantic structure of task-activity-service hierarchy and to assess fellow-agents’ capabilities and credibility factors. It is argued that the presented technique is applicable to various application domains. Presented is the ongoing work on designing and implementing agent-based layered architecture for intelligent rational information and document retrieval. Finally, the discussion of the OntoServ.Net framework for the development of P2P mobile service infrastructures for industrial asset management provides the extension of the Web service composition approach.

Complete Chapter List

Search this Book:
Reset
Table of Contents
Chapter 1
Liang-Jie Zhang
Web services are becoming a major research topic for computer scientists, engineers and business consulting professionals. In this preface, I would... Sample PDF
Challenges and Opportunities for Web Services Research
$37.50
Chapter 2
Elisa Bertino, Barbara Carminati, Elena Ferrari
A Web service is a software system designed to support interoperable application-to-application interactions over the Internet. Web services are... Sample PDF
Authentication Techniques for UDDI Registries
$37.50
Chapter 3
Harry Wang, Hsing K. Cheng, Leon Zhao
With the dramatic expansion of global e-markets, companies collaborate more and more in order to streamline their supply chains. Small companies... Sample PDF
Web Services Enabled E-Market Access Control Model
$37.50
Chapter 4
Kevin Curran, Brendan Gallagher
Dynamic protocol stacks enable a developer to select a particular protocol profile at bind time where each protocol profile is built from a rich... Sample PDF
Dynamically Adaptable Web Services Based on the Simple Object Access Protocol
$37.50
Chapter 5
Christian Werner, Carsten Buschmann, Stefan Fischer
A major drawback of using SOAP for application integration is its enormous demand for network bandwidth. Compared to classical approaches, like... Sample PDF
Advanced Data Compression Techniques for SOAP Web Services
$37.50
Chapter 6
Cristian Mateos, Alejandro Zunino, Marcelo Campo
Web services standards provide the basis for interoperability, discovery and integration of distributed applications. Web services will enable... Sample PDF
Mobile Agents Meet Web Services
$37.50
Chapter 7
Javier Parra-Fuente, Salvador Sánchez-Alonso, Marta Fernández-Alarcón
Reflection is a powerful technology that allows us to produce auto-adaptable software. RAWS is a reflective, multilevel Web service architecture... Sample PDF
RAWS & UWAS: Reflective and Adaptable Web Services Running on the Universal Web Application Server
$37.50
Chapter 8
Wie Jie, Tianyi Zang, Terence Hung, Stephen Turner, Wentong Cai
Information service is a key component of a Grid environment and crucial to the operation of Grids. This chapter presents an information management... Sample PDF
Metadata-Based Information Management Framework for Grids
$37.50
Chapter 9
Glenn Wasson, Marty Humphrey
State management has always been an underlying issue for large scale distributed systems, but it has only recently been brought to the forefront of... Sample PDF
Architectural Foundations of WSRF NET
$37.50
Chapter 10
Chen Zhou, Liang-Tien Cia, Bu-Sung Lee
Web services’ discovery mechanism is one of the most important research areas in Web services because of the dynamic nature of Web services. In... Sample PDF
QoS-Aware Web Services Discovery with Federated Support for UDDI
$37.50
Chapter 11
Vadim Ermolayev, Natalya Keberle, Oleksandr Kononenko, Vagan Terziyan
This chapter presents the framework for agent-enabled dynamic composition of Semantic Web services. The approach and the framework have been... Sample PDF
Proactively Composing Web Services as Tasks by Semantic Web Agents
$37.50
Chapter 12
Hemant Jain, Huimin Zhao, Nageswara R. Chinta
Web services technology has been envisioned as an important trend in application development and integration. It allows pre-built... Sample PDF
Web Services Identification: Methodology and CASE Tools
$37.50
About the Authors