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Integrating web services into data intensive web sites

Lei, Yuangui; Motta, Enrico and Domingue, John (2004). Integrating web services into data intensive web sites. In: Workshop on Application Design, Development and Implementation Issues in the Semantic Web (WWW2004), 17-22 May 2004, Manhattan, NY, USA.

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Abstract

Designing web sites is a complex task. Ad-hoc rapid prototyping easily leads to unsatisfactory results, e.g. poor maintainability and extensibility. However, existing web design frameworks focus exclusively on data presentation: the development of specific functionalities is still achieved through low-level programming. In this paper we address this issue by describing our work on the integration of (semantic) web services into a web design framework, OntoWeaver. The resulting architecture, OntoWeaver-S, supports rapid prototyping of service centred data-intensive web sites, which allow access to remote web services. In particular, OntoWeaver-S is integrated with a comprehensive web service platform, IRS-II, for the specification, discovery, and execution of web services. Moreover, it employs a set of comprehensive site ontologies to model and represent all aspects of service-centred data-intensive web sites, and thus is able to offer high level support for the design and development process.

Item Type: Conference Item
Copyright Holders: 2004 The Authors
ISSN: 1613-0073
Academic Unit/Department: Knowledge Media Institute
Interdisciplinary Research Centre: Centre for Research in Computing (CRC)
Item ID: 23249
Depositing User: Kay Dave
Date Deposited: 23 Sep 2010 09:51
Last Modified: 23 Feb 2016 21:23
URI: http://oro.open.ac.uk/id/eprint/23249
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