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ELECTRONIC PRESENTATION OF BULGARIAN EDUCATIONAL ARCHIVES: ...
By: Anna Devreni–Koutsouki  (2310 reads)
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Abstract: The paper presents an ongoing effort aimed at building an electronic archive of documents issued by the Bulgarian Ministry of Education in the 40ies and 50ies of the 20th century. These funds are stored in the Archive of the Ministry of the People’s Education within the State Archival Fund of the General Department of Archives at the Council of Ministers of Bulgaria. Our basic concern is not the digitization process per se, but the subsequent organization of the archive in a clear and easily-searchable way which would allow various types of users to get access to the documents of interest to them. Here we present the variety of the documents which are stored in the archival collection, and suggestions on their electronic organization. We suggest using ontologiesbased presentation of the archive. The basic benefit of this approach is the possibility to search the collection according to the stored content categories.

Keywords: digitization, archives, history of education, ontologies, SWP.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.5 Information Interfaces and Presentation, H.3.3 Information Search and Retrieval, H.3.7 Digital Libraries

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ELECTRONIC PRESENTATION OF BULGARIAN EDUCATIONAL ARCHIVES: AN ONTOLOGY-BASED APPROACH

Anna Devreni–Koutsouki?

http://www.foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol02/ijitk02-5-p02.pdf

TECHNOLOGY OF SATELLITE AND MOBILE COMMUNICATION IN MODERN DISTANCE EDUCATION
By: Viktor Bondarenko  (2672 reads)
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Abstract: This paper describes the use of technology of satellite and mobile communication for quality improving of modern distance education.

Keywords: satellite communication, mobile telephones, training, education.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.4.3. Communications Applications

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TECHNOLOGY OF SATELLITE AND MOBILE COMMUNICATION IN MODERN DISTANCE EDUCATION

Viktor Bondarenko

http://www.foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol02/ijitk02-5-p16.pdf

AUTOMATED SYSTEM FOR EFFECTIVE INTERNET MARKETING CAMPAIGN (ASEIMC)
By: Todorka Kovacheva  (2671 reads)
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Abstract: The purpose of the paper is to present an automated system for realization of effective internet marketing campaign (ASEIMC). The constantly growing number of websites available online brings more problems for the contemporary enterprises to reach their potential customers. Therefore the companies have to discover novel approaches to increase their online sales. The presented ASEIMC system gives such an approach and helps small and medium enterprises to compete for customers with big corporations in the Internet space.

Keywords: internet marketing, internet strategy, marketing strategy, search engine optimization, web promotion

ACM Classification Keywords: H.4.3 Communications Applications, H.3.4 Systems and Software, H.3.1 Content Analysis and Indexing

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AUTOMATED SYSTEM FOR EFFECTIVE INTERNET MARKETING CAMPAIGN (ASEIMC)

Todorka Kovacheva

http://www.foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol02/ijitk02-4-p15.pdf

MOBILE COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY AS A TOOL OF EDUCATIONAL PROCESS
By: Victor Bondarenko  (2657 reads)
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Abstract: The article describes the application of mobile communication technology for enhancing of educational process.

Keywords: Mobile phones, education.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.4.3. Communications Applications

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MOBILE COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY AS A TOOL OF EDUCATIONAL PROCESS

Victor Bondarenko

http://www.foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol01/ijitk01-1-p15.pdf

MULTIDECISION-2: A MULTICRITERIA DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM
By: Vassilev et al.  (3188 reads)
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Abstract: The paper presents a multicriteria decision support system, called MultiDecision-2?, which consists of two independent parts - MKA-2 subsystem and MKO-2 subsystem. MultiDecision-2? software system supports the decision makers (DMs) in the solving process of different problems of multicriteria analysis and linear (continues and integer) problems of multicriteria optimization. The two subsystems MKA-2 and MKO-2 of of MultiDecision-2? are briefly described in the paper in the terms of the class of the problems being solved, the system structure, the operation with the interface modules for input data entry and the information about DM’s local preferences, as well as the operation with the interface modules for visualization of the current and final solutions.

Keywords: multicriteria decision support systems, multicriteria analysis, multicriteria optimization.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.4.2 Information Systems Applications: Types of Systems: Decision Support.

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MULTIDECISION-2: A MULTICRITERIA DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM

Vassil Vassilev, Mariana Vassileva, Boris Staykov, Krassimira Genova, Filip Andonov, Plamena Chongova

http://www.foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol02/ijitk02-3-p01.pdf

TOWARDS THE PROBLEMS OF AN EVALUATION OF DATA UNCERTAINTY ...
By: Victor Krissilov, Daria Shabadash  (3066 reads)
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Abstract: The question of forming aim-oriented description of an object domain of decision support process is outlined. Two main problems of an estimation and evaluation of data and knowledge uncertainty in decision support systems – straight and reverse, are formulated. Three conditions being the formalized criteria of aimoriented constructing of input, internal and output spaces of some decision support system are proposed. Definitions of appeared and hidden data uncertainties on some measuring scale are given.

Keywords: decision support systems, straight and reverse problems of data uncertainty, three conditions of aimoriented object domain constructing, appeared and hidden uncertainties.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.4.2 Information Systems Applications: Decision support Systems

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TOWARDS THE PROBLEMS OF AN EVALUATION OF DATA UNCERTAINTY IN DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS

Victor Krissilov, Daria Shabadash

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol13/ijita13-4-p14.pdf

GENERALIZED SCALARIZING PROBLEMS GENS AND GENSLEX ...
By: Mariyana Vassileva  (2824 reads)
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Abstract: Generalized scalarizing problems, called GENS and GENSLex, for obtaining Pareto optimal solutions of multicriteria optimization problems are presented in the paper. The basic properties of these scalarizing problems are described. The existence of single-criterion problems with differentiable objective functions and constraints, which are equivalent to GENS and GENSLex scalarizing problems, are pointed out.

Keywords: Multicriteria optimization, Interactive methods, Multicriteria decision support systems.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.4.2 Information Systems Applications: Types of Systems: Decision Support.

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GENERALIZED SCALARIZING PROBLEMS GENS AND GENSLEX OF MULTICRITERIA OPTIMIZATION1

Mariyana Vassileva

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol13/ijita13-2-p02.pdf

A MULTICRITERIA DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM MULTIDECISION-11
By: Vassilev et al.  (2958 reads)
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Abstract: The present paper describes some basic elements of the software system developed (called MultiDecision-1), which consists of two separate parts (the systems MKA-1 and MKO-1) and which is designed to support decision makers in solving different multicriteria analysis and multicriteria optimization problems. The class of the problems solved, the system structure, the operation with the interface modules for input data entry and the information about DM’s local preferences, as well as the operation with the interface modules for visualization of the current and final solutions for the two systems MKA-1 and MKO-1 are discussed.

Keywords: Multicriteria analysis, Multicriteria optimization, Multicriteria decision support system.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.4.2 Information Systems Applications: Types of Systems: Decision Support.

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A MULTICRITERIA DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM MULTIDECISION-11

Vassil Vassilev, Krasimira Genova, Mariyana Vassileva

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol13/ijita13-2-p01.pdf

ANALYZING THE DATA IN OLAP DATA CUBES*
By: Galina Bogdanova, Tsvetanka Georgieva  (3707 reads)
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Abstract: OLAP applications provide a possibility to data analysis over large collections of historical data in the data warehouses, supporting the decision-making process. This paper presents an application that creates a data cube and demonstrates the effectiveness of the applying the OLAP operations when it necessary to analyze the data and obtain the valuable information from the data. It allows the analysis of factual data that is daily downloads of folklore materials, according to dimensions of interest.

Keywords: data cube, online analytical processing, multidimensional expressions

ACM Classification Keywords: H.4.2 Information Systems Applications: Types of Systems – Decision support

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ANALYZING THE DATA IN OLAP DATA CUBES*

Galina Bogdanova, Tsvetanka Georgieva

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol12/ijita12-4-p06.pdf

THE ON-BOARD OPERATIVE ADVISORY EXPERT SYSTEMS
By: Boris Fedunov  (3128 reads)
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Abstract: A class of intelligent systems located on anthropocentric objects that provide a crew with recommendations on the anthropocentric object's rational behavior in typical situations of operation is considered. We refer to this class of intelligent systems as onboard real-time advisory expert systems. Here, we present a formal model of the object domain, procedures for obtaining knowledge about the object domain, and a semantic structure of basic functional units of the onboard real-time advisory expert systems of typical situations. The stages of the development and improvement of knowledge bases for onboard real-time advisory expert systems of typical situations that are important in practice are considered.

Keywords: expert systems, AI architectures, inference technique.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.4.2 Decision support.

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THE ON-BOARD OPERATIVE ADVISORY EXPERT SYSTEMS FOR ANTHROPOCENTRIC OBJECT

Boris Fedunov

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol12/ijita12-4-p02.pdf

CASE-BASED REASONING METHOD FOR REAL-TIME EXPERT DIAGNOSTICS SYSTEMS
By: Alexander Eremeev, Pavel Varshavskiy  (2855 reads)
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Abstract: The method of case-based reasoning for a solution of problems of real-time diagnostics and forecasting in intelligent decision support systems (IDSS) is considered. Special attention is drawn to case library structure for real-time IDSS (RT IDSS) and algorithm of k-nearest neighbors type. This work was supported by RFBR.

Keywords: Intelligent decision support systems, expert diagnostics systems, analogous reasoning, case-based reasoning.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.4.2 Information systems applications: Types of systems – Decision support; I.2.5 Artificial intelligence: Programming Languages and Software – Expert system tools and techniques; I.2.6 Artificial intelligence: Learning – Analogies.

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CASE-BASED REASONING METHOD FOR REAL-TIME EXPERT DIAGNOSTICS SYSTEMS

Alexander Eremeev, Pavel Varshavskiy

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol15/ijita15-2-p04.pdf

EVOLUTIONARY TECHNIQUE OF SHORTER ROUTE DETERMINATION OF FIRE BRIGADE
By: Vitaliy Snytyuk, Oleksandr Dghulay  (2254 reads)
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Abstract: In this paper the technique of shorter route determination of fire engine to the fire place on time minimization criterion with the use of evolutionary modeling is offered. The algorithm of its realization on the base of complete and optimized space of search of possible decisions is explored. The aspects of goal function forming and program realization of method having a special purpose are considered. Experimental verification is executed and the results of comparative analysis with the expert conclusions are considered.

Keywords: Fire, Evolutionary techniques.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.4. Information systems applications

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EVOLUTIONARY TECHNIQUE OF SHORTER ROUTE DETERMINATION OF FIRE BRIGADE FOLLOWING TO FIRE PLACE WITH THE OPTIMIZED SPACE OF SEARCH

Vitaliy Snytyuk, Oleksandr Dghulay

http://www.foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol01/ijitk01-4-p04.pdf

VIRTUAL ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF THE BULGARIAN ICONOGRAPHY
By: Draganova et al.  (2458 reads)
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Abstract: East-Christian? icon art is recognised as one of the most significant areas of the art of painting. Regrettably, it is still being neglected in the digital documentation and the registry of the art of painting. The accessibility to that large part of mankind's cultural and historical ancestry would be enhanced greatly if icons of all possible kinds and origins were digitised, classified, and „exhibited“ in the Internet. That would allow the preservation and even the future digital restoration of a large number of rare specimens of the East-Christian? art of painting. This article aims to introduce how modern techniques from the area of digital libraries can be used for implementing the demonstrative multimedia library “Virtual encyclopaedia of the Bulgarian iconography ” 4, containing a large number of Bulgarian iconic art masterpieces and iconography of various authors, periods and schools.

Keywords: Digital libraries, Multimedia content, Cultural heritage.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.3.7 Digital Libraries – Collection, Dissemination, System issues.

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VIRTUAL ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF THE BULGARIAN ICONOGRAPHY

Lilia Pavlova-Draganova?, Vladimir Georgiev, Lubomil Draganov

http://www.foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol01/ijitk01-3-p12.pdf

MODELS, TECHNIQUES AND APPLICATIONS OF E-LEARNING PERSONALIZATION
By: Desislava Paneva, Yanislav Zhele  (2332 reads)
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Abstract: In recent years Web has become mainstream medium for communication and information dissemination. This paper presents approaches and methods for adaptive learning implementation, which are used in some contemporary web-interfaced Learning Management Systems (LMSs). The problem is not how to create electronic learning materials, but how to locate and utilize the available information in personalized way. Different attitudes to personalization are briefly described in section 1. The real personalization requires a user profile containing information about preferences, aims, and educational history to be stored and used by the system. These issues are considered in section 2. A method for development and design of adaptive learning content in terms of learning strategy system support is represented in section 3. Section 4 includes a set of innovative personalization services that are suggested by several very important research projects (SeLeNe project, ELENA project, etc.) dated from the last few years. This section also describes a model for role- and competency-based learning customization that uses Web Services approach. The last part presents how personalization techniques are implemented in Learning Grid-driven applications.

Keywords: Adaptive Learning Content, Customized learning, Grid technologies, Learning Management Systems, Personalization, Simple Sequencing, Web Services.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.3.7 Digital Libraries- User issues, H.3.4 Systems and Software- User profiles and alert services, H.3.5 Online Information Services- Web-based services, K.3.1 Computer Uses in Education – Distance learning.

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MODELS, TECHNIQUES AND APPLICATIONS OF E-LEARNING PERSONALIZATION

Desislava Paneva, Yanislav Zhele

http://www.foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol01/ijitk01-3-p08.pdf

BULGARIAN NATIONAL ETHNOGRAPHIC MUSEUM – MEETING THE CHALLENGES OF DIGITISATIO
By: Detelin Luchev  (2419 reads)
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Abstract: The conservation, spread, comprehension and recreation of traditional culture heritages is one of the main purpose of the National Ethnographic Museum in Bulgaria. As other cultural and scientific heritage institutions, it begins to use new information technologies and strategies for providing access to its cultural heritage treasures. This paper aims to present digital libraries with multimedia content as a modern technological solution for innovative presentation of Bulgarian ethnographical heritage. It includes some basic concepts of digital libraries with multimedia content and a description of three types of architecture. The paper also describes the ideas, conceptual decisions and strategies in the project Experimental Digital Library “Bulgarian Ethnographic Treasury”.

Keywords: Digital libraries with multimedia content; Digital library architectures; Cultural heritage; National Ethnographic Museum; Bulgarian ethnographic treasury.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.3.7 Digital Libraries – Collection, Dissemination, System issues.

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BULGARIAN NATIONAL ETHNOGRAPHIC MUSEUM – MEETING THE CHALLENGES OF DIGITISATION

Detelin Luchev

http://www.foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol01/ijitk01-4-p01.pdf

HI!MVC: HIERARCHICAL MVC FRAMEWORK FOR WEB APPLICATIONS
By: Carrillo et al.  (2461 reads)
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Abstract: This paper presents Hi!MVC, a framework for developing high interactive web applications with a MVC Architecture. Nowadays, to manage, extend and correct web applications can be difficult due to the navigational paradigm they are based on. Hi!MVC framework helps to make these tasks easier. This framework allows building a web based interface, generating each page from the objects that represent its state. Every class to be showed in the interface is associated with two entities: its html representation (view) and its interactions in the view manager (controller). The whole html page is generated by composition of views according to the composition relationship of objects. Interactions between user and application are managed by the controller associated to the view which shows interaction elements (links or forms). Hi!MVC allows building web interface in a hierarchical and distributed way. There are other frameworks and APIs offering MVC architectures to web applications, but we think that they are not applying exactly the same concepts. While they keep on basing their architectures on the navigational paradigm we are offering a new point of view based on an innovator hierarchical model. First, we present the main ideas of our proposal. Next, we expose how to implement it using different Java technologies. Finally, we make a first approach to our hierarchical MVC model. We also compare shortly our proposal with the previously cited technologies.

Keywords: Web Applications Engineering, Model, View, Controller, MVC, framework, J2EE.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.3.5 Online Information Services: Web-based services; H.5.3 Group and Organization Interfaces: Web-based interaction

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HI!MVC: HIERARCHICAL MVC FRAMEWORK FOR WEB APPLICATIONS

Micael Gallego-Carrillo?, Iván García-Alcaide?, Soto Montalvo-Herranz?

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol13/ijita13-1-p10.pdf

GRID INFRASTRUCTURE FOR SATELLITE DATA PROCESSING IN UKRAINE
By: Kussul et al.  (2547 reads)
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Abstract. In this paper conceptual foundations for the development of Grid systems that aimed for satellite data processing are discussed. The state of the art of development of such Grid systems is analyzed, and a model of Grid system for satellite data processing is proposed. An experience obtained within the development of the Grid system for satellite data processing in the Space Research Institute of NASU-NSAU is discussed.

Keywords: Grid system, satellite data processing, Grid services.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.3.4 Systems and Software - Distributed systems, H.3.3 Information Search and Retrieval.

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GRID INFRASTRUCTURE FOR SATELLITE DATA PROCESSING IN UKRAINE

Nataliia Kussul, Andrii Shelestov, Mykhailo Korbakov, Oleksii Kravchenko, Serhiy Skakun, Mykola Ilin, Alina Rudakova, Volodymyr Pasechnik

http://www.foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol02/ijitk02-1-p13.pdf

INTELLIGENT CAR PARKING LOCATOR SERVICE
By: Ganchev et al.  (2718 reads)
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Abstract: This paper presents an InfoStation-based? multi-agent system facilitating a Car Parking Locator service provision within a University Campus. The system network architecture is outlined, illustrating its functioning during the service provision. A detailed description of the Car Parking Locator service is given and the system entities’ interaction is described. System implementation approaches are also considered.

Keywords: InfoStations?, intelligent agents, multi-agent system, JADE, LEAP.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.3.4 Systems and Software, C.2.1 Network Architecture and Design.

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INTELLIGENT CAR PARKING LOCATOR SERVICE

Ivan Ganchev, Máirtín O’Droma?, Damien Meere

http://www.foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol02/ijitk02-2-p10.pdf

CONNECTION OF NETWORK SENSORS TO DISTRIBUTED INFORMATION ...
By: Kiprushkin et al.  (2405 reads)
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Abstract: The development of the distributed information measurement and control system for optical spectral research of particle beam and plasma objects and the execution of laboratory works on Physics and Engineering Department of Petrozavodsk State University are described. At the hardware level the system is represented by a complex of the automated workplaces joined into computer network. The key element of the system is the communication server, which supports the multi-user mode and distributes resources among clients, monitors the system and provides secure access. Other system components are formed by equipment servers (CАМАC and GPIB servers, a server for the access to microcontrollers MCS-196 and others) and the client programs that carry out data acquisition, accumulation and processing and management of the course of the experiment as well. In this work the designed by the authors network interface is discussed. The interface provides the connection of measuring and executive devices to the distributed information measurement and control system via Ethernet. This interface allows controlling of experimental parameters by use of digital devices, monitoring of experiment parameters by polling of analog and digital sensors. The device firmware is written in assembler language and includes libraries for Ethernet-, IP-, TCP- и UDP-packets forming.

Keywords: distributed information measurement and control system, network sensors, Ethernet Interface, clientserver technology, distance education.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.3.4 Systems and Software: Distributed systems

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CONNECTION OF NETWORK SENSORS TO DISTRIBUTED INFORMATION MEASUREMENT AND CONTROL SYSTEM FOR EDUCATION AND RESEARCH

Sergey Kiprushkin, Sergey Kurskov, Eugene Sukharev

http://www.foibg.com/ijitk/ijitk-vol01/ijitk01-2-p12.pdf

INFRAWEBS BPEL-BASED EDITOR FOR CREATING
By: Tatiana Atanasova  (2653 reads)
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Abstract: INFRAWEBS project INFRAWEBS considers usage of semantics for the complete lifecycle of Semantic Web processes, which represent complex interactions between Semantic Web Services. One of the main initiatives in the Semantic Web is WSMO framework, aiming at describing the various aspects related to Semantic Web Services in order to enable the automation of Web Service discovery, composition, interoperation and invocation. In the paper the conceptual architecture for BPEL-based INFRAWEBS editor is proposed that is intended to construct a part of WSMO descriptions of the Semantic Web Services. The semantic description of Web Services has to cover Data, Functional, Execution and QoS semantics. The representation of Functional semantics can be achieved by adding the service functionality to the process description. The architecture relies on a functional (operational) semantics of the Business Process Execution Language for Web Services (BPEL4WS) and uses abstract state machine (ASM) paradigm. This allows describing the dynamic properties of the process descriptions in terms of partially ordered transition rules and transforming them to WSMO framework.

Keywords: Semantic Web Services, BPEL, ASM, WSMO

ACM Classification Keywords: H.3.4 Systems and Software: Information networks

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INFRAWEBS BPEL-BASED EDITOR FOR CREATING THE SEMANTIC WEB SERVICES DESCRIPTION

Tatiana Atanasova

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol13/ijita13-2-p15.pdf

SEMANTIC DESCRIPTION OF WEB SERVICES AND POSSIBILITIES OF BPEL4WS
By: Vladislava Grigorova  (2466 reads)
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Abstract: The using of the upsurge of semantics web technologies gives a possibility for an increasing of the flexibility, extensibility and consistency of the existent industrial standards for modeling of web services. In the paper the types of semantic description of web services and the degree of their realization in BPEL4WS (Business Process Execution Language for Web Services) respectively on the abstract and executable level are treated. The methods for using of BPEL4WS for the purposes of semantic web services in the direction of their semi-automatic integration are suggested.

Keywords: Semantics, Web Services, BPEL4WS.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.3.4 Systems and Software: Information networks

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SEMANTIC DESCRIPTION OF WEB SERVICES AND POSSIBILITIES OF BPEL4WS

Vladislava Grigorova

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol13/ijita13-2-p14.pdf

A SURVEY ON THE INTEGRATION OF ENTERPRISE APPLICATIONS AS A SERVICE
By: Hristina Daskalova, Vladislava Grigorova  (2686 reads)
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Abstract: The present paper discusses the process of multi-lateral integration of the business applications, which requires the construction of a common infra-structure, acquires the format of a service and leads to release of the individual construction of a private infra-structure by every participant in the process.

Keywords: Web services, BPEL, Enterprise Applications Integration.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.3.4 Systems and Software: Information networks

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A SURVEY ON THE INTEGRATION OF ENTERPRISE APPLICATIONS AS A SERVICE

Hristina Daskalova, Vladislava Grigorova

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol13/ijita13-2-p13.pdf

INFRAWEBS SEMANTIC WEB SERVICE DEVELOPMENT ON THE BASE ...
By: Nern et al.  (2741 reads)
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Abstract: The paper gives an overview about the ongoing FP6-IST INFRAWEBS project and describes the main layers and software components embedded in an application oriented realisation framework. An important part of INFRAWEBS is a Semantic Web Unit (SWU) – a collaboration platform and interoperable middleware for ontology-based handling and maintaining of SWS. The framework provides knowledge about a specific domain and relies on ontologies to structure and exchange this knowledge to semantic service development modules. INFRAWEBS Designer and Composer are sub-modules of SWU responsible for creating Semantic Web Services using Case-Based? Reasoning approach. The Service Access Middleware (SAM) is responsible for building up the communication channels between users and various other modules. It serves as a generic middleware for deployment of Semantic Web Services. This software toolset provides a development framework for creating and maintaining the full-life-cycle of Semantic Web Services with specific application support.

Keywords: Semantic Web Services, Fuzzy Set, Ontologies, Case-Based? Reasoning

ACM Classification Keywords: H.3.4 Systems and Software: Information networks

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INFRAWEBS SEMANTIC WEB SERVICE DEVELOPMENT ON THE BASE OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT LAYER

Joachim Nern, Gennady Agre, Tatiana Atanasova, Zlatina Marinova, András Micsik, László Kovács, Janne Saarela, Timo Westkaemper

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol13/ijita13-2-p11.pdf

BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN HUMAN LANGUAGE AND COMPUTER-ORIENTED REPRESENTATIONS
By: Cardeñosa et al.  (2348 reads)
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Abstract: Information can be expressed in many ways according to the different capacities of humans to perceive it. Current systems deals with multimedia, multiformat and multiplatform systems but another « multi » is still pending to guarantee global access to information, that is, multilinguality. Different languages imply different replications of the systems according to the language in question. No solutions appear to represent the bridge between the human representation (natural language) and a system-oriented representation. The United Nations University defined in 1997 a language to be the support of effective multilinguism in Internet. In this paper, we describe this language and its possible applications beyond multilingual services as the possible future standard for different language independent applications

Keywords: Knowledge Representation, Information modelling

ACM Classification Keywords: H.3.3 Information Search and Retrieval; I.2.7 Natural Language Processing: Machine translation; I.2.4 Knowledge Representation Formalisms and Methods: Representation languages; K.4.4 Electronic Commerce: Distributed commercial transactions

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BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN HUMAN LANGUAGE AND COMPUTER-ORIENTED REPRESENTATIONS

Jesús Cardeñosa, Carolina Gallardo, Eugenio Santos

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol12/ijita12-2-p02.pdf

ADJUSTING WSMO API REFERENCE IMPLEMENTATION TO SUPPORT ...
By: Ivo Marinchev  (2313 reads)
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Abstract: In the presented paper we scrutinize the persistence facilities provided by the WSMO API reference implementation. It is shown that its current file data-store persistence is not very reliable by design. Our ultimate goal is to explore the possibilities of extending the current persistence implementation (as an easy short-run solution) and implementing a different persistent package from scratch (possible long-run solution) that is more reliable and useful. In order to avoid “reinventing the wheel“, we decided to use relational database management system to store WSMO API internal object model. It is shown later that the first task can be easily achieved although in not very elegant way, but we think that the later one requires some changes in the WSMO API to smooth out some inconsistencies in the WSMO API specification in respect to other widely used Java technologies and frameworks.

Keywords: Semantic Web Services, Web Service Modelling Ontology (WSMO), WSMO API, WSMO4J.

ACM Classification Keywords: H.3.2 Information Storage: File organization; I.2.4 Knowledge Representation Formalisms and Methods: Representation languages

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ADJUSTING WSMO API REFERENCE IMPLEMENTATION TO SUPPORT MORE RELIABLE ENTITY PERSISTENCE1

Ivo Marinchev

http://www.foibg.com/ijita/vol13/ijita13-2-p16.pdf

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