Toward High-Precision Service Retrieval

IEEE Internet computing, 2004

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Mark Klein

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) - Sloan School of Management

Abraham Bernstein

University of Zurich - Dynamic and Distributed Information Systems Group

Date Written: January 30, 2004

Abstract

Online repositories are increasingly called upon to provide access to services that describe or provide useful behavior. Although many such repositories exist, finding the services you need requires tools with high retrieval service precision. Current service retrieval approaches either offer low precision or make unrealistic demands of users and service providers.The authors introduce a process-model approach that uses the Process Query Language and an algorithm for matching process-based service models to PQL queries. Evaluations suggest that process-based queries offer greater retrieval precision than existing approaches while retaining acceptable complexity for query enactment.

Keywords: network query language, process model

Suggested Citation

Klein, Mark and Bernstein, Abraham, Toward High-Precision Service Retrieval (January 30, 2004). IEEE Internet computing, 2004, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2756695

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Abraham Bernstein

University of Zurich - Dynamic and Distributed Information Systems Group ( email )

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