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Transitioning Applications to Semantic Web Services: An Automated Formal Approach

Transitioning Applications to Semantic Web Services: An Automated Formal Approach
Transitioning Applications to Semantic Web Services: An Automated Formal Approach
Semantic Web Services have been recognized as a promising technology that exhibits huge commercial potential, and attract significant attention from both industry and the research community. Despite expectations being high, the industrial take-up of Semantic Web Service technologies has been slower than expected. One of the main reasons is that many systems have been developed without considering the potential of the web in integrating services and sharing resources. Without a systematic methodology and proper tool support, the migration from legacy systems to Semantic Web Service-based systems can be a very tedious and expensive process, which carries a definite risk of failure. There is an urgent need to provide strategies which allow the migration of legacy systems to Semantic Web Services platforms, and also tools to support such a strategy. In this paper we propose a methodology for transitioning these applications to Semantic Web Services by taking the advantage of rigorous mathematical methods. Our methodology allows users to migrate their applications to Semantic Web Services platform automatically or semi-automatically.
1862-6378
Wang, Hai H.
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Gibbins, Nick
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Payne, Terry
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Saleh, Ahmed
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Wang, Hai H.
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Payne, Terry
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Saleh, Ahmed
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Wang, Hai H., Gibbins, Nick, Payne, Terry, Saleh, Ahmed and Li, Yuan (2008) Transitioning Applications to Semantic Web Services: An Automated Formal Approach. International Journal of Interoperability in Business Information Systems (IBIS).

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Abstract

Semantic Web Services have been recognized as a promising technology that exhibits huge commercial potential, and attract significant attention from both industry and the research community. Despite expectations being high, the industrial take-up of Semantic Web Service technologies has been slower than expected. One of the main reasons is that many systems have been developed without considering the potential of the web in integrating services and sharing resources. Without a systematic methodology and proper tool support, the migration from legacy systems to Semantic Web Service-based systems can be a very tedious and expensive process, which carries a definite risk of failure. There is an urgent need to provide strategies which allow the migration of legacy systems to Semantic Web Services platforms, and also tools to support such a strategy. In this paper we propose a methodology for transitioning these applications to Semantic Web Services by taking the advantage of rigorous mathematical methods. Our methodology allows users to migrate their applications to Semantic Web Services platform automatically or semi-automatically.

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Published date: January 2008
Organisations: Web & Internet Science

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Local EPrints ID: 265124
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/265124
ISSN: 1862-6378
PURE UUID: 72a7f074-ce99-4351-bf28-c0c52425dfb2
ORCID for Nick Gibbins: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-6140-9956

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Date deposited: 29 Jan 2008 15:28
Last modified: 06 Jun 2018 12:55

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