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Feta: A LightWeight Architecture for User Oriented Semantic Service Discovery

Feta: A LightWeight Architecture for User Oriented Semantic Service Discovery,10.1007/11431053_2,Phillip W. Lord,Pinar Alper,Chris Wroe,Carole A. Gobl

Feta: A LightWeight Architecture for User Oriented Semantic Service Discovery   (Citations: 72)
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Semantic Web Services oer the possibility of highly flexible web service architectures, where new services can be quickly discovered, orchestrated and composed into workflows. Most existing work has, how- ever, focused on complex service descriptions for automated composition. In this paper, we describe the requirements from the bioinformatics do- main which demand technically simpler descriptions, involving the user community at all levels. We describe our data model and light-weight semantic discovery architecture. We explain how this fits in the larger architecture of the myGrid project, which overall enables interoperabil- ity and composition across, disparate, autonomous, third-party services. Our contention is that such light-weight service discovery provides a good fit for user requirements of bioinformatics and possibly other domains.
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