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MATAWS - Multimodal Automatic Tool for the Annotation of Web Service Descriptions

Abstract : Mataws (Multimodal Automatic Tool for the Annotation of WS (Mataws) is a Java program allowing to automatically and semantically annotate a collection of syntactic Web services (WS) descriptions. It takes a set of WSDL files as input, and outputs a set of OWL-S files. It was developped by Cihan Aksoy and Koray Mançuhan in 2010, and Cihan alone in 2011 (the development is currently still going on), at the Complex Networks Lab of the Galatasaray University (Istanbul, Turkey). It uses the tool WS-NEXT to retrieve parameter and type names from the WSDL files, and after some processing, it associates a concept using the open source tool Sigma. Sigma is a mapping of the WordNet dictionnary to the SUMO (Suggested Upper Merged Ontology) ontology. It then generates a new OWL-S file which contains the original WSDL information plus the result of the annotation. Note only the parameters are annotated.
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