SWWS (Semantic Web-enabled Web Services) aims to employ the full potential of Web Services transforming the web from a collection of information into a distributed device of computation.
Contact: Atanas Kiryakov
SWWS aims is to provide a comprehensive Web Service Modeling Framework (WSMF), define a Web Service discovery framework and provide a scalable Web Service mediation platform. In addition to WSMF, SWWS is compliant with the Web Service Modeling Ontology and Language (WSMO/WSML). WSMO defines all elements required for describing web services (ontologies, goals, mediators, services).
Ontotext is responsible for the software infrastructure within the project. It has provided semantic web storing and reasoning facilities, and has implemented the following components:
wsmo4j: an API and a reference implementation for building Semantic Web Services and Semantic Business Process applications based on WSMO and the Business Process Modeling Ontology (BPMO). It is compliant with the WSMO v1.2 and WSML 0.2 specifications, and includes:
SWWS Studio – a WSMO compliant editor.
The SWWS Studio consists of:
WSMO Studio, a subsequent version of SWWS Studio, is an Eclipse-based WSMO editor, which improves the usability and long-term sustainability of the editor.
The WSMO Studio includes: