Matching user requirements with query formulations in intentional service oriented computing

Abstract : Intentional services have been proposed to bridge the gap between low level, technical software-service descriptions and high level, strategic expressions of business needs for services. This proposal leverages on the SOA to an intentional level, and introduces the iSOA architecture. Derived from business specifications by service providers, intentional services are referenced in an extended registry using ontologies and semantic annotations. We present in this paper a query reformulation process to help in matching user's requirements formulated in business terms as goals, with the intentions of services published in the extended registry. Reformulating user queries and enriching them with more concepts increases the possibility of matching relevant intentional services that could satisfy user's business needs.
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Saïd Assar, Kadan Aljoumaa. Matching user requirements with query formulations in intentional service oriented computing. Computer Software and Applications Conference Workshops (COMPSACW), 2011 IEEE 35th Annual, Jul 2011, Münich, Germany. pp.476-481, ⟨10.1109/COMPSACW.2011.86⟩. ⟨hal-00662682⟩

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