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    Title: Combining Ontology and Rules as Service Constraint Policy for P2P Systems
    Authors: 胡毓忠
    Hu, YuhJong
    Contributors: WWW2005
    Keywords: P2P Systems;Web Service Semantics
    Date: 2005-05
    Issue Date: 2010-05-27 16:49:04 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: We are going to address several important challenges and is- sues on Semantic Web Service Constraint Satisfaction Prob- lem (SWSCSP) for P2P systems. The marriage of semantic web and web services has been considered as one of the most important research areas to lift ofi semantic web vi- sion on the WWW. The (semantic) web services will be a runaway train if we do not have any constraint and control mechanisms for the entire service process. Unfortunately people did not pay attention on this issue until recently so the results are very scare and primitive (20). The service constraints are deflned as policies that can be specifled by combination of ontology and rules. Therefore the OWL Rule Language (ORL) will be the best candidate to declare se- mantic web service constraints. Furthermore, our SWSCSP research will focus on P2P systems and this infrastructure is more complex and dynamic than the WWW on policy management and enforcement.
    Relation: Web Service Semantics :Towards Dynamic Business Integration Workshop
    Data Type: conference
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