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Book Chapter: Service Discovery with SWE-ET and DIANE – An In-depth Comparison By Means of a Common Scenario

Title: Book Chapter: Service Discovery with SWE-ET and DIANE – An In-depth Comparison By Means of a Common Scenario
Authors: Ulrich Küster, Andrea Turati, Birgitta König-Ries, Dario Cerizza, Emanuele Della Valle, Federico M. Facca
Source: Semantic Web Service Challenge - Results from the First Year; Charles Petrie, Holger Lausen, Michal Zaremba, Tiziana Margaria (Eds.)
Place: Semantic Web and Beyond, Vol. 8, Springer, ISBN: 978-0-387-72495-9
Date: 2008-12-01
Abstract:

Semantic service discovery and matchmaking has received increased attention within the last years. Various approaches have been proposed but agreed upon criteria how to objectively evaluate and compare these approaches are widely lacking. In this paper we present an in-depth comparison of two solutions to the discovery problems defined by the SWS-Challenge. By means of this common and independently developed scenario we can develop a much better understanding for the applied technologies in general, but also and in particular for the trade-offs involved in the different approaches.

File: SWSCBookChapter14Draft.pdf
URL: http://www.springer.com/computer/database+management+&+information+retrieval/book/978-0-387-72495-9
BibTex:
@INCOLLECTION{KTKCDF08,
  author = {Ulrich K\"uster and Andrea Turati and Birgitta K\"onig-Ries and Dario
	Cerizza and Emanuele Della Valle and Federico M. Facca},
  title = {Service Discovery with {SWE-ET} and {DIANE} - An In-depth Comparison
	By Means of a Common Scenario},
  booktitle = {Semantic Web Service Challenge - Results from the First Year},
  publisher = {Springer},
  year = {2008},
  editor = {Charles Petrie and Holger Lausen and Michal Zaremba and Tiziana Margaria},
  abstract = {Semantic service discovery and matchmaking has received increased
	attention within the last years. Various approaches have been proposed
	but agreed upon criteria how to objectively evaluate and compare
	these approaches are widely lacking. In this paper we present an
	in-depth comparison of two solutions to the discovery problems defined
	by the SWS-Challenge. By means of this common and independently developed
	scenario we can develop a much better understanding for the applied
	technologies in general, but also and in particular for the trade-offs
	involved in the different approaches.}
}