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Semantic Web sErvice Editing Tool

SWEET: Semantic Web sErvice Editing Tool is the first tool developed for the semi-automatic acquisition of semantic RESTful service descriptions, aiming to support a higher level of automation of common RESTful service tasks, such as discovery and composition.

Participant: John Domingue, Laurian Gridinoc, Carlos Pedrinaci

Technology Champion: Maria Maleshkova
Further Information Email | Maria Maleshkova


URL: http://sweet.kmi.open.ac.uk/


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Maleshkova, M., Zilka, L. and Pedrinaci, P. (2011) Cross-Lingual Web API Classification and Annotation, Workshop: The Multilingual Semantic Web at 10th International Semantic Web Conference, Proceedings of ISWC 2011, Bonn, Germany

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Sabou, M., Maleshkova, M. and Pan, J. (2010) Semantically Enabling Web Service Repositories, in eds. Je Z. Pan, Yuting Zhao, Semantic Web Enabled Software Engineering

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Pedrinaci, C. and Domingue, J. (2010) Toward the Next Wave of Services: Linked Services for the Web of Data, Journal of Universal Computer Science

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Duke, A., Stincic, S., Davies, J., Lecue, F., Mehandjiev, N., Pedrinaci, C., Maleshkova, M., Domingue, J., Liu, D. and Alvaro, G. (2010) Telecommunication mashups using RESTful services, ServiceWave 2010

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Pedrinaci, C., Liu, D., Maleshkova, M., Lambert, D., Kopecký, J. and Domingue, J. (2010) iServe: a Linked Services Publishing Platform, Workshop: Ontology Repositories and Editors for the Semantic Web at 7th Extended Semantic Web Conference

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Future Internet is...


Future Internet
With over a billion users, today's Internet is arguably the most successful human artifact ever created. The Internet's physical infrastructure, software, and content now play an integral part of the lives of everyone on the planet, whether they interact with it directly or not. Now nearing its fifth decade, the Internet has shown remarkable resilience and flexibility in the face of ever increasing numbers of users, data volume, and changing usage patterns, but faces growing challenges in meetings the needs of our knowledge society. Globally, many major initiatives are underway to address the need for more scientific research, physical infrastructure investment, better education, and better utilisation of the Internet. Within Japan, USA and Europe major new initiatives have begun in the area.

To succeed the Future Internet will need to address a number of cross-cutting challenges including:

  • Scalability in the face of peer-to-peer traffic, decentralisation, and increased openness

  • Trust when government, medical, financial, personal data are increasingly trusted to the cloud, and middleware will increasingly use dynamic service selection

  • Interoperability of semantic data and metadata, and of services which will be dynamically orchestrated

  • Pervasive usability for users of mobile devices, different languages, cultures and physical abilities

  • Mobility for users who expect a seamless experience across spaces, devices, and velocities