Galizia, Stefania; Gugliotta, Alessio and Pedrinaci, Carlos
A formal model for classifying trusted Semantic Web Services.
In: Asian Semantic Web Conference (ASWC 2008), 8-11 Dec 2008, Bangkok, Thailand.
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Semantic Web Services (SWS) aim to alleviate Web service limitations, by combining Web service technologies with the potential of Semantic Web. Several open issues have to be tackled yet, in order to enable a safe and efficient Web services selection. One of them is represented by trust. In this paper, we introduce a trust definition and formalize a model for managing trust in SWS. The model approaches the selection of trusted Web services as a classification problem, and it is realized by an ontology, which extends WSMO. A prototype is deployed, in order to give a proof of concept of our approach.
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||Semantic Web Services; selection; trust; classification
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