Crubezy, M.; Musen, M. A.; Motta, E. and Wenjin, Lu
Configuring online problem-solving resources with the internet reasoning service.
IEEE Intelligent Systems, 18(2) pp. 34–42.
This paper describes the original specification of the Internet Reasoning Service (IRS-I), a tool providing the first implementation of a framework for the intelligent configuration and execution of semantically characterized software componments. IRS-I paved the way for the samnatic web service architectures, which are being developed at the moment, with the current version of the IRS (IRS-III) forming the core of an international standardization effort. As recorded under Output 1, this work has been the basis for huge research investment at the Open University and across Europe.
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