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1st WSMO Implementations Workshop (WIW 2004)

Christoph Bussler and Dieter Fensel and Holger Lausen and Eyal Oren
Publishing Date:
CEUR Workshop Proceedings
Frankfurt, Germany

1. GODO: Goal driven orchestration for Semantic Web Services
Juan Miguel Gómez, Mariano Rico, Francisco García, Christoph Bussler
2. WOOGLE meets Semantic Web Fred
Uwe Keller, Michael Stollberg, Dieter Fensel
3. IRS-III: A Platform and Infrastructure for Creating WSMO-based Semantic Web Services
John Domingue, Liliana Cabral, Farshad Hakimpour, Denilson Sell, and Enrico Motta
4. Using WSMX to bind Requester & Provider at Runtime when Executing Semantic Web Services
Matthew Moran, Michal Zaremba, Adrian Mocan and Christoph Bussler
5. Architecture for an Ontology and Web Service Modelling Studio
Holger Lausen and Michael Felderer
6. WSMX Execution Semantics - Executable Software Specification
Eyal Oren
7. Towards a Choreography for IRS-III
S. Galizia and J. Domingue
8. Demonstrating WSMX - Least Cost Supply Management
Eyal Oren, Alexander Wahler, Bernhard Schreder, Aleksandar Balaban, Michal Zaremba, Maciej Zaremba

* Position Paper: Ontology Mediation in WSMX
Adrian Mocan
* Position Paper: Enabling execution of Semantic Web Services - WSMX core platform
Michal Zaremba, Matthew Moran
* Position Paper: SWWS Studio - a WSMO compliant editor
Marin Dimitrov, Zlatina Marinova, Peter Radkov

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