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Comparison Criteria

  • SWS are basically combining Semantic Web technologies and Web services.
  • Thus SWS frameworks need to integrate
    • basic Web design principles,
    • design principles defined for the Semantic Web, and
    • design principles for distributed, service-oriented computing on the Web.
  • A SWS framework should answer to the following requirements [1]:
    • Web compliance
    • Ontology-based
    • Strict decoupling
    • Centrality of mediation
    • Ontological role separation
    • Description vs. implementation
    • Execution semantics
    • Service vs. Web service

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[1]Fensel, Dieter; Kerrigan, Mick; Zaremba, Michal (Eds.). Implementing Semantic Web Services: The SESA Framework. Springer, 2008