Service composition for the semantic web

Medjahed, B and Bouguettaya, A 2011, Service composition for the semantic web, Springer, New York.


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Title Service composition for the semantic web
Author(s) Medjahed, B
Bouguettaya, A
Year 2011
Publisher Springer
Place of publication New York
Subjects Information Systems not elsewhere classified
Summary The world of computing has witnessed the emergence of a new paradigm called services. This phenomenon is part of an evolution journey that has taken us from data (bits and bytes) to information (wrapping meaning around data) to knowledge (reasoning about information) to the current era, i.e., services (the result of acting on knowledge). Services aim at taking computing to a new level of abstraction that is closer to the way humans naturally think and interact with their surrounding. The advent of this new paradigm has incidently happened concurrently with the rising need to support the new service-driven economies. The emerging interdisciplinary service science aims at using the latest research in service-related areas to inject efficiencies in dealing with the complex problems of service creation and provisioning. Service computing can be, in many ways, thought of as the engineering of solutions for the service economy.
Copyright notice © Springer Science and Business Media 2011
Keyword(s) semantic web services
DOI - identifier 10.1007/978-1-4419-8465-4
ISBN 9781441984647
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