A MDA-based Methodology for Encouraging Reception of Semantic Web Administration Innovation.

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A MDA-based Approach for Facilitating Adoption of Semantic Web Service Technology Dr. Gerald Gannod – gannod@asu.edu Division of Computing Studies and Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering Arizona State University John T.E. Timm – area51@asu.edu Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering Arizona State University EDOC 2004 - MDSW Workshop

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Introduction Semantic Web Services Semantic Web Service = Web Service + Semantic Description (administration cosmology) Enables better hunt, disclosure, choice, structure and reconciliation Steep expectation to learn and adapt and absence of hardware backing give a hindrance to boundless selection EDOC 2004 - MDSW Workshop

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Introduction Model-Driven Architecture (MDA) Centered on advancement of models as opposed to program code Primary objectives incorporate convenientce, interoperability and reusability Focuses on utilizing standard broadly embraced dialects (e.g. UML) EDOC 2004 - MDSW Workshop

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Introduction Software Product Lines Share normal, oversaw set of components Strategic reuse of center resources including: source code, necessity particulars, programming structures, outline models, experiments and procedures Benefits include: extensive scale profitability increases, shorter time-to-business sector, higher item quality, expanded consumer loyalty, diminished advancement and upkeep costs EDOC 2004 - MDSW Workshop

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Introduction Previous Work Dynamic administration reconciliation utilizing Jini Software determination utilizing ACME Automatic era of paste Code era utilizing XMI and XSLT Current Work Uses comparative methodology Web administrations are resources inside a product offering design Use MDA to empower OWL-S era and item improvement EDOC 2004 - MDSW Workshop

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Contributions Primary Development of a methodology which encourages the reception of semantic web administration innovations utilizing MDA systems Secondary Development of instruments that create semantic depictions for web administrations Development of a structure for web administration sythesis through the utilization of product offering approaches EDOC 2004 - MDSW Workshop

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Approach Philosophy Development of semantic portrayals for web administrations ought not require information past that of UML Requirements Use both standard web administrations and semantic web administrations Facilitate the piece of administrations to shape applications EDOC 2004 - MDSW Workshop

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Approach Process Product-line system to encourage administration organization Characterize a group of items inside a product offering Variability in items must be arranged to meet particular prerequisites EDOC 2004 - MDSW Workshop

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Approach EDOC 2004 - MDSW Workshop

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Approach E-Learning Domain Example Domain Expert and Software engineer make an administration cosmology Architect makes a product offering design for the E-Learning area Domain master recognizes potential administrations to populate the product offering design EDOC 2004 - MDSW Workshop

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Approach E-Learning Domain Example Software engineers make product offering system for E-Learning (reusable center resources) Developers additionally make administrations which bolster operations, for example, test/test administration and substance conveyance Finally, engineers make the middle person which handles the mappings between the product offering engineering and particular administration executions utilizing the administration ontologies EDOC 2004 - MDSW Workshop

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Approach Tools Our attention is on making apparatuses which bolster this procedure by making semantic depictions of the administration joint efforts utilizing OWL-S We are taking a gander at changing over UML action graphs to OWL-S ServiceModel Software modeler and space master can concentrate on models as opposed to code Have effectively fabricated devices to perform lightweight syntactic coordinating of administrations EDOC 2004 - MDSW Workshop

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Approach Once the product offering structure is set up, the area master can concentrate on making new items by populating the structure with administrations This ought not require programming information with respect to the space master EDOC 2004 - MDSW Workshop

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Discussion The utilization of ontologies to portray the space empower mapping and compatibility of administrations keeping in mind the end goal to maintain a strategic distance from the expectation to absorb information and encourage selection of semantic web advances, MDA-based strategies are used utilizing existing designer information (UML) EDOC 2004 - MDSW Workshop

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Conclusions and Further Investigations We are taking a gander at option approaches (e.g. top-down versus base up) Perform a few contextual analyses utilizing these strategies as a part of areas with differing sizes beginning with E-Learning Look at other options to OWL-S for depicting process semantics (e.g. BPEL) EDOC 2004 - MDSW Workshop

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Questions? EDOC 2004 - MDSW Workshop

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References The OWL Services Coalition. Owl-s: Semantic markup for web-administrations. [Online] Available http://www.daml.org/administrations/owls/1.0/owl-s.html, December 2003. Gerald C. Gannod, Sudhakiran V. Mudiam, and Timothy E. Lindquist. Computerized Support for Service-Based Software Development and Integration. Diary of Software and Systems Special Issue on Automated Component-Based Software Engineering , 2004 (in press). David Garlan, Robert T. Monroe, and David Wile. Summit: An Architecture Description Interchange Language. In Proceedings of CASCON\'97 , pages 169–183, Toronto, Ontario, November 1997. EDOC 2004 - MDSW Workshop

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References Joaquin Miller and Jishnu Mukerji et al. MDA Guide Version 1.0.1. Specialized Report omg/2003-06-01, Object Management Group, June 2003. P. Clements and L. M. Northrop. Programming Product Lines – Practices and Patterns . Addison-Wesley, 2002. Edmund W. Clarke and Jeannette M. Wing. Formal Methods: State of the Art and Future Directions. Specialized Report CMU-CS-96-178, Carnegie Mellon University, August 1996. Bunch report from the "Key Directions in Computing Research Formal Methods Working Group ACM Workshop". EDOC 2004 - MDSW Workshop

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References Gerald C. Gannod and Sushant Bhatia. Encouraging mechanized quest for web administrations. In Proceedings of the 2004 IEEE International Conference on Web Services , July 2004. K. Sycara, M. Paolucci, A. Ankolekar, and N. Srinivasan. Robotized revelation, association and piece of semantic web administrations. Diary of Web Semantics , 1(1), 2003 EDOC 2004 - MDSW Workshop

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