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Artificial Intelligence Authors: Kevin Benedict, Elizabeth White, Yeshim Deniz, Liz McMillan, Pat Romanski

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Next-Generation Service Infrastructure & the Semantic Challenge

Computer science on the edge of a new generation

Driven by SaaS market momentum, the growth of large service ecosystems involves radical changes in both enterprise Business Process organization and IT infrastructure to fit interoperability and agility requirements.

Many questions associated with the paradigm shift arise: how can we move to a network of services of Internet scale transparently available across the many devices we use to access information? What support will services need from an increasingly ubiquitous Internet? To meet these requirements, we propose to address the service infrastructure itself and provide an open, context-aware service bus, enabling both syntactic and semantic interoperability.

More Stories By Jean-Pierre Lorré

Jean-Pierre Lorré is R&D manager of EBM WebSourcing, founding member of OW2 open-source consortium and member of NESSI, the European Technology Platform dedicated to new wave service architecture.
As R&D manager of EBM WebSourcing, he is in charge of the research activities for next-generation SOA software products, targeting a Web 3.0 service infrastructure. Jean-Pierre graduated from ISMRa (ENSI de Caen) in 1985 with a specialization in Robotics.

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