Semantic Search of Distributed Information and Knowledge
Services are more and more provided for semantic search of different types of information and knowledge (resources) from multiple heterogeneous sources, by gaining platform independence and transparent access. The growth of service provisioning and the advent of advanced service registries have led to the design of sophisticated techniques and tools to retrieve services apt to access required resources. This paper describes a computer aided methodology SELF-SERVICE based on formal service specifications, scoring mechanism and thresholds, to support – in a user-transparent and cost effective way – semantic search on multiple heterogeneous sources in P2P environments.
KeywordsService Discovery Network Knowledge Service Description Semantic Description Semantic Search
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This work has been partially supported by the TEKNE FIRB Project (http://www.tekne-project.it/), funded by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research.
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