Deliverable: SUPER D1.3 Process Ontology Language and Operational Semantics for Semantic Business Processes

Bibliography

Agata Filipowska, Armin Haller, Monika Kaczmarek, Tammo van Lessen, Jörg Nitzsche & Barry Norton: “SUPER D1.3 Process Ontology Language and Operational Semantics for Semantic Business Processes”, Sep. 2007.

Abstract

The major goal of this deliverable is to define a language extension to BPEL [1] used to execute business processes in the SUPER architecture. The language extension, BPEL4SWS, serves a twofold purpose. First, it is a non-obtrusive extension, not violating the schema of BPEL. Second, it introduces elements required to enable goal based invocation of Semantic Web Services. This includes the handling of data on an ontological level and its transformation to the syntactic XML Schema level. The intended audience of this deliverable within the SUPER project are especially all the partners involved in the implementation of the semantic Business Process Execution Engine (sBPELEE). However, all partners involved in the development of ontologies have to be aware of the constraints imposed by the expressivity of BPEL4SWS. Outside of the project, the extensions introduced can be regarded as a model reference, how to enable the inclusion of Semantic Web Services in the BPEL model.

Links

Link http://www.ip-super.org/res/Deliverables/M12/D1.3.pdf

BibTeX

@techreport{SUPER-D1.3,
  author = {Filipowska, Agata and Haller, Armin and Kaczmarek, Monika and van Lessen, Tammo and Nitzsche, Jörg and Norton, Barry},
  title = {SUPER D1.3 Process Ontology Language and Operational Semantics for Semantic Business Processes},
  institution = {super},
  year = {2007},
  etype = {Deliverable},
  number = {D1.3},
  month = {sep},
  abstract = {The major goal of this deliverable is to define a language extension to BPEL [1] used to execute business processes in the SUPER architecture. The language extension, BPEL4SWS, serves a twofold purpose. First, it is a non-obtrusive extension, not violating the schema of BPEL. Second, it introduces elements required to enable goal based invocation of Semantic Web Services. This includes the handling of data on an ontological level and its transformation to the syntactic XML Schema level. The intended audience of this deliverable within the SUPER project are especially all the partners involved in the implementation of the semantic Business Process Execution Engine (sBPELEE). However, all partners involved in the development of ontologies have to be aware of the constraints imposed by the expressivity of BPEL4SWS. Outside of the project, the extensions introduced can be regarded as a model reference, how to enable the inclusion of Semantic Web Services in the BPEL model.},
  editor = {Haller, Armin},
  ee = {http://taval.de/publications/SUPER-D1.3},
  owner = {vanto},
  timestamp = {2008.09.14},
  url = {http://taval.de/publications/SUPER-D1.3},
  version = {1.0}
}

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