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Personalised Grid Service Discovery

Miles, Simon and Papay, Juri and Dialani, Vijay and Luck, Michael and Payne, Terry and Moreau, Luc (2003) Personalised Grid Service Discovery. IEE Proceedings Software, 150 (4). pp. 252-256.

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The authors take a broad view that ultimately Grid- or Web-services must be located via personalised, semantic-rich discovery processes. They argue that such processes must rely on the storage of arbitrary metadata about services that originates from both service providers and service users. Examples of such metadata are reliability metrics, quality of service data, or semantic service description markup. This paper presents UDDI-MT, an extension to the standard UDDI service directory approach that supports the storage of such metadata via a tunnelling technique that ties the metadata store to the original UDDI directory. They also discuss the use of a rich, graph-based RDF query language for syntactic queries on this data. Finally, they analyse the performance of each of these contributions in our implementation.

Item Type:Article
Additional Information:Revised version of UKPEW 2003 conference paper for journal special issue on papers drawn from that conference
ID Code:72
Deposited By:Dr Simon Miles
Deposited On:01 Nov 2007 19:58
Last Modified:19 Apr 2009 10:04

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