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Finding Categories and Keywords in Web Services

  • Christian Kop
  • Doris Gälle
  • Heinrich C. Mayr
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Abstract

Nowadays web services are a common way to integrate functionality in an information system, but most of the time it is very difficult to find an appropriate service. If users of web service engines do not exactly know what they want, they often browse through categories and search with keywords. This, however, depends on the knowledge of the web service owner and his/her willingness to assign such keywords. This chapter gives a proposal to provide the user with candidates for keywords and categories which are derived directly from the web service specification itself.

Keywords

Web services Web service search Web service categorization Keywords for web services Web service user roles 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Christian Kop
    • 1
  • Doris Gälle
    • 1
  • Heinrich C. Mayr
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute of Applied InformaticsAlpen-Adria-UniversitätKlagenfurtAustria

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