Protocols for Web Service Invocation
Walton, Dr Christopher (2005) Protocols for Web Service Invocation. First International Symposium on Agents and the Semantic Web, Arlington, VA.
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The automatic invocation of a web service by an agent is a complex task which is currently being addressed by semantic markup techniques. However, it is difficult to define the computational aspects of a web service in this approach. In this paper we propose a protocol-based formalism which appears better suited to a representation of these issues. We define the syntax and semantics of a protocol language which express precisely how the interaction with a service should be performed, and how the service should be invoked. We also sketch an architecture for the execution of our protocols.
|Keywords:||web services, service invocation, agent protocols, semantic web|
|Subjects:||Status > AKT Submitted|
|Deposited By:||Walton, Dr Chris|
|Deposited On:||16 March 2006|
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