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Author Gutiérrez, Miguel Esteban ♦ Gómez-Pérez, Asunción
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Language English
Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Computer Science Related Field ♦ Proven Value Mechanism ♦ Ontology Gruber ♦ Semantic Technology ♦ Grid Compliant ♦ Next Generation Grid ♦ Ontology Access ♦ Mez-p Rez Et Al ♦ Virtual Organization ♦ Semantic Web Berners Lee ♦ Centralized Ontology Service ♦ Semantic Grid De Roure ♦ Data Access ♦ Ws-daio Specification ♦ Computational Semantics ♦ Grid Node ♦ Ontology Usage ♦ Grid Aware Ontology Service ♦ New Service ♦ New Concept ♦ Unlimited Resource ♦ Current Ogsa Architecture Ogsa Doesn ♦ Appropriate Mean ♦ Grid Environment ♦ Grid Community
Description The increase of use of semantic technologies has reached almost every computer science related field, including the grid computing field. The next generation Grid should virtualise the notion of distribution in computation, storage, and communication over unlimited resources with well defined computational semantics. A Grid node may provide new services, functions or even new concepts that are unknown to clients. The semantics of such services are defined by means of Ontologies [Gruber, 1993; Gómez-Pérez et al., 2003]. Thus providing the appropriate means for accessing and using Ontologies in the Grid is fundamental if semantic technologies are to be used. So, the transition from monolithic, centralized ontology services to a virtual organization of Grid compliant and Grid aware ontology services that can coordinate and cooperate with each other is crucial to progress towards the Semantic Grid [De Roure et al., 2005]. In the grid computing area, the current OGSA architecture [OGSA] doesn’t consider ontology usage, and there are neither protocols nor standards available in the grid community for tackling with this issue. Therefore the provisioning of proven value mechanisms for accessing and managing ontologies in grid environments is the priority if the grid wants to make profit of the semantic technologies already available in other areas such as the Semantic Web [Berners Lee et al., 2001]. The WS-DAIO specification and the accompanying realizations (WS-DAIO-RDF(S), …) define the data access
Educational Role Student ♦ Teacher
Age Range above 22 year
Educational Use Research
Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study
Learning Resource Type Article
Publisher Date 2005-01-01
Publisher Institution In Proceedings of the 1st CoreGRID Workshop on Knowledge and Data Management