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about keywords of "Expected Results":
software components, closed loop, interoperability, QoS-Broker, SOA, adaptability, composability, experience feedback, take up,
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Expected Results

These objectives will be achieved by developing software components consisting of:

  • an ontology and similarity based organizational memory and tools for extracting and retrieving specific knowledge and information for SW services, and
  • a P2P agent-based interoperability environment (Distributed SW service repositories) for CBR based design and composition of SW services (CASE-tool), and
  • a run-time module for supervision (Executor,QoS-Broker) and maintenance considering security and privacy aspects

In this way the innovative integration and "closed loop" feature of the INFRAWEBS approach persists in the semantic based coupling of service processing issues to knowledge brokering structures of the entities: service handling actions and knowledge management actions are integrated (Integration of the tripartite SOA - service requester / provider / registry - approach with information brokering modules).

Several non-functional aspects are addressed and covered by applying a set of powerful (AI-) methodologies: Interoperability and dynamic adaptability are achieved by exchanging semantically enriched services among open platform partners within P2P environments. The machine processability of ontology based structures in conjunction with "closed loop" approaches within the service operation, maintenance and feedback cycle (QoS) ensures implicitly a high degree of adaptability, as well as the establishment of scalable, extensible platform structures (self-organising structures). Service composability is guaranteed by applying open standards and specifications like XML, RDF(S), BPEL4WS, WSFL, WSIL, WSML, WSMO etc. Archiving experience feedback patterns in distributed rule and case bases (CBR) within distributed decision making processes, ensures customisable modular development environments for supporting and initiating innovative evolving processes.

Due to commonly processed research projects, the consortium partners take up existing RTD results and system modules related to Semantic Web technology - therefore no foundational research but applied research has to be done in the area of Semantic Web.