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Semantic Support for Grid-Enabled Design Search in Engineering

Semantic Support for Grid-Enabled Design Search in Engineering
Semantic Support for Grid-Enabled Design Search in Engineering
Semantic Web technologies are evolving the Grid towards the Semantic Grid [2] to yield an intelligent grid which allows seamless process automation, easy knowledge reuse and collaboration within a community of practice. We discuss our endeavours in this direction in the context of Grid enabled optimisation and design search in engineering (“Geodise” project) [3]. In our work we have developed a semantics-based Grid-enabled computing architecture for Geodise. The architecture incorporates a service-oriented distributed knowledge management framework for providing various semantic and knowledge support. It uses ontologies as the conceptual backbone for information-level and knowledge-level computation. We also describe ontological engineering work and a service-oriented approach to ontology deployment. We present several application examples that show the benefit of semantic support in Geodise.
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Chen, Liming
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Cox, Simon
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Shadbolt, Nigel
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Puleston, Colin
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Goble, Carole
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Tao, Feng
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Shadbolt, Nigel
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Puleston, Colin
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Tao, Feng, Chen, Liming, Cox, Simon, Shadbolt, Nigel, Puleston, Colin and Goble, Carole (2003) Semantic Support for Grid-Enabled Design Search in Engineering. the First GGF Semantic Grid Workshop, the Ninth Global Grid Forum (GGF9), Chicago IL, United States.

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Abstract

Semantic Web technologies are evolving the Grid towards the Semantic Grid [2] to yield an intelligent grid which allows seamless process automation, easy knowledge reuse and collaboration within a community of practice. We discuss our endeavours in this direction in the context of Grid enabled optimisation and design search in engineering (“Geodise” project) [3]. In our work we have developed a semantics-based Grid-enabled computing architecture for Geodise. The architecture incorporates a service-oriented distributed knowledge management framework for providing various semantic and knowledge support. It uses ontologies as the conceptual backbone for information-level and knowledge-level computation. We also describe ontological engineering work and a service-oriented approach to ontology deployment. We present several application examples that show the benefit of semantic support in Geodise.

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Published date: October 2003
Additional Information: http://www.semanticgrid.org/GGF/ggf9/simon/ Event Dates: Sunday 5 October, 2003
Venue - Dates: the First GGF Semantic Grid Workshop, the Ninth Global Grid Forum (GGF9), Chicago IL, United States, 2003-10-04
Organisations: Web & Internet Science

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Local EPrints ID: 259768
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/259768
PURE UUID: 5d9c053b-8c45-48bf-83df-9b77d241548a

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Date deposited: 17 Aug 2004
Last modified: 23 Sep 2020 16:34

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Author: Feng Tao
Author: Liming Chen
Author: Simon Cox
Author: Nigel Shadbolt
Author: Colin Puleston
Author: Carole Goble

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