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Principal Characteristics

  • Ontological separation of User and Web Service Contexts
    • Consumer and service exist in their own contexts which should be modeled with distinct ontological structures.
  • Capability Based Invocation
    • Users can invoke a Web Service by specifying a concrete desired capability. Semantic descriptions in IRS-III are operational.
  • Ease of Use
    • Interfaces are designed to hide the complexities surrounding the creation of SWS-based applications. 
  • One Click Publishing
    • Stand alone code written in a standard programming language (Java or LISP) can be turned into a Web Service by only one-click. 
  • Agnostic to Service Implementation Platform
    • IRS-III is not making strict assumptions about the underlying service implementation platform.
    • It accepts the current dominance of Web Service stack of standards.

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