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Composition of Services on Hierarchical Service Models

Composition of Services on Hierarchical Service Models

In this paper the authors introduce hierarchical service models suitable for large service parks. They describe a method for handling higher-order workflows that is used for automatic composition of services. A description is given of a specification language suitable for representing hierarchical service models. The authors introduce two kinds of ontologies: service ontologies and unser ontologies, and demonstrate their usage in experiments on Estonian e-government information system.

Published in: EJC 2011: 21st European-Japanese Conference on Information Modelling and Knowledge Bases. (in print)

Maigre, R.; Tõugu, E. (2011). Composition of Services on Hierarchical Service Models. In: EJC 2011 : 21st European-Japanese Conference on Information Modelling and Knowledge Bases.