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Subject: Re: [regrep] OWL-S W3C Submission: Reference to ebXML

Seems like they were floundering around in the tunnel when their flashlight ran out and they
missed the crown jewel at their feet...namely BPSS V2.
Interestingly they sight my article in their references:-
which clearly shows that ebXML predates web services, but everywhere their references
allude to the reverse situation.
Having missed BPSS they also did not pick up on the "Fusion of Five" and how
enabling Agents is the critical fifth piece.  Clearly OWL-S plays most strongly in this
arena and could definately provide enhanced semantics around BPSS and CPA.
Oh well - ships in the night.
Thanks, DW
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, December 09, 2004 10:50 PM
Subject: [regrep] OWL-S W3C Submission: Reference to ebXML

Not sure if any others have seen this yet - it's OWL-S' "Relationship to Selected Other Technologies[1]" as part of its 22 November 2004 W3C Submission. The technologies discussed are:
The ebXML section is brief, with nothing earth-shattering (but good for us to be aware of). Key points:
- Although ebXML does not restrict the means of B2B interaction to Web services, their focus is essentially the same as that of OWL-S.
- Since OWL-S provides a language for the description of the behaviour of Web services, its scope is complementary to that of ebXML. In fact, OWL-S descriptions could themselves be used within ebXML to describe the business processes of interacting Web services.
Kind Regards,
Joseph Chiusano
Booz Allen Hamilton
Strategy and Technology Consultants to the World

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