Model matching for Web Services on context dependencies
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14th International Conference on Information Integration and Web-Based Applications and Services, iiWAS 2012
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Model matching has been applied to different fields of Model Driven Engineering research and usually concerns models depicting the same information in order to detect their evolution process or elements on which model migration is needed. In the current paper a different approach is followed by comparing models that depend on each other on a more specific basis: matching for Web Service models using dependencies on context information is addressed. The models follow the notation of an appropriate Web Service metamodel that captures Web Service properties. The models are represented as typed attributed graphs and their comparison is performed on an introduced variant of the Similarity Flooding algorithm, which is usually applied on schema matching. The application of the matching process is demonstrated through a number of constructed and existing Web Service description graphs extracted from online service registries. © 2012 ACM.
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