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Journal of Information Science and Engineering, Vol. 26 No. 4, pp. 1161-1180 (July 2010)

Enabling Intelligent Service Discovery with GGODO*

MARIANO RICO, FRANCISCO GARCIA-SANCHEZ+, JUAN M. GOMEZ++, RAFAEL VALENCIA-GARCIA+ AND JESUALDO T. FERNANDEZ-BREIS+
Computer Science Departament
Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
Madrid, 28049 Spain
+Department of Informatics and Systems
University of Murcia
30100 Murcia, Spain
++Department of Computer Science
Universidad Carlos III
28911 Madrid, Spain

The Web has changed from a mere repository of information to a new platform for business transactions where organizations deploy, share and expose business processes via Web services. New promising application fields such as the Semantic Web and Semantic Web Services are leveraging the potential of deploying those services, but face the problem of discovering and invoking them in a simple way for common users. GGODO is an experimental solution that combines natural language analysis and semantically- empowered techniques to let users express their goals in a guided way, which produces better results than previous non guided tools.

Keywords: semantic web services, human-computer interaction, software agents, semantic web, natural language processing

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Received December 15, 2008; revised April 7, 2009; accepted August 20, 2009.
Communicated by Jonathan Lee.
* This work was supported in part by the Spanish Ministry for Industry, Tourism and Commerce through projects TSI-020100-2008-564, TSI-020100-2008-665, TSI-0204000-2009-148 and TSI-020100-2009-263, and Ministry for Science and Innovation under projects TIN2008-02081 and TIC-4425. We would like to acknowledge to Dr. David Camacho for his revision and suggestion in this work.
1 https://sourceforge.net/projects/uddibrowser/.