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Workshop on Semantic Web Services: Preparing to Meet the World of Business Applications. 3rd International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2004)

David Martin and Ruben Lara and Takahira Yamaguchi
Publishing Date:
CEUR Workshop Proceedings
Hiroshima, Japan

Full Papers
1. Planning for Semantic Web Services
Evren Sirin and Bijan Parsia
2. Variance in e-Business Service Discovery
Stephan Grimm, Boris Motik and Chris Preist
3. A Logical Framework for Web Service Discovery
Michael Kifer, Ruben Lara, Axel Polleres, Chang Zhao, Uwe Keller, Holger Lausen and Dieter Fensel
4. Bridging the Gap between Abstract and Concrete Services -- A Semantic Approach for Grounding OWL-S
Steffen Balzer and Thorsten Liebig
5. A Model of Interactions about Actions for Active and Semantic Web Services
Yasmine Charif and Nicolas Sabouret
6. Spinning the OWL-S Process Model -- Toward the Verification of the OWL-S Process Models
Anupriya Ankolekar, Massimo Paolucci and Katia Sycara
7. Accessing and Manipulating Ontologies Using Web Services
Olivier Dameron, Natalya F. Noy, Holger Knublauch and Mark A. Musen
8. Using Semantic Web Technologies to Integrate Software Components
Marwan Sabbouh and Joseph K. DeRosa
9. Triple-based Computing
Dieter Fensel
10. Expressing WSMO Mediators in OWL-S
Massimo Paolucci, Naveen Srinivasan and Katia Sycara

Position Papers
1. What does Software Engineering Practice offer to Semantic Web Service Composition?
Bruce Spencer and Sandy Liu
2. A Mediated Approach Towards Web Service Choreography
Michael Stollberg, Dumitru Roman and Juan Miguel Gómez

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