A Semantic Service Environment: A Case Study in Bioinformatics
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In recent years, web services have become increasingly important components of the scientific methodology of certain domains. Currently, however, the description and use of most these is purely 'syntactic'; that is, the semantics of the services are left to the human user to infer or acquire by other means before deciding whether and how to use a service. Consequently, there are opportunities to bridge this semantic gap through the application of emerging semantic web and semantic web service technologies in these domains, thereby enriching and expanding a user's service interactions. This paper presents its authors' experiences of the application and use of these emerging technologies in a displicine in which web services already play a key role: bioinformatics.
|Subjects:||AKT Challenges > Knowledge reuse|
AKT Challenges > Knowledge publishing
AKT Challenges > Knowledge modelling
|Deposited By:||Potter, Dr. Stephen|
|Deposited On:||16 March 2006|
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