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Book Chapter: SWS Challenge Scenarios

Title: Book Chapter: SWS Challenge Scenarios
Authors: Holger Lausen, Ulrich Küster, Charles Petrie, Michal Zaremba, Srdjan Komazec
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:

The Semantic Web Service Challenge defines problem scenarios that serve as the basis for the certification and comparison of approaches participating in the challenge. These scenarios are classified in two broad types: Mediation and Discovery. The first primarily address aspects of data and process mediation whereas the latter focus on problems around automated service discovery. Currently, there are two main scenarios in each type which are described in detail in this chapter.

File: SWSCBookChapter2Draft.pdf
URL: http://www.springer.com/computer/database+management+&+information+retrieval/book/978-0-387-72495-9
BibTex:
@INCOLLECTION{LKPZK08,
  author = {Holger Lausen and Ulrich K\"uster and Charles Petrie and Michal Zaremba
	and Srdjan Komazec},
  title = {SWS Challenge Scenarios},
  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 = {The Semantic Web Service Challenge defines problem scenarios that serve
	as the basis for the certification and comparison of approaches participating
	in the challenge. These scenarios are classified in two broad types:
	Mediation and Discovery. The first primarily address aspects of data
	and process mediation whereas the latter focus on problems around
	automated service discovery. Currently, there are two main scenarios
	in each type which are described in detail in this chapter.}
}