Integration operators for generating RDF/OWL-based user defined mediator views in a grid environment
Tawil, Abdel-Rahman H., Taweel, Adel, Naeem, U., Montebello, Matthew, Bashroush, R. and Al-Nemrat, A. 2014. Integration operators for generating RDF/OWL-based user defined mediator views in a grid environment. Journal of Intelligent Information Systems. 43 (1), pp. 1-32. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10844-013-0300-5
|Tawil, Abdel-Rahman H., Taweel, Adel, Naeem, U., Montebello, Matthew, Bashroush, R. and Al-Nemrat, A.
Research and development activities relating to the grid have generally focused on applications where data is stored in files. However, many scientific and commercial applications are highly dependent on Information Servers (ISs) for storage and organization of their data. A data-information system that supports operations on multiple information servers in a grid environment is referred to as an interoperable grid system. Different perceptions by end-users of interoperable systems in a grid environment may lead to different reasons for integrating data. Even the same user might want to integrate the same distributed data in various ways to suit different needs, roles or tasks. Therefore multiple mediator views are needed to support this diversity. This paper describes our approach to supporting semantic interoperability in a heterogeneous multi-information server grid environment. It is based on using Integration Operators for generating multiple semantically rich RDF/OWL-based user defined mediator views above the grid participating ISs. These views support different perceptions of the distributed and heterogeneous data available. A set of grid services are developed for the implementation of the mediator views.
|Integration operators; Semantic interoperability; Mediator views; Information Servers; Data integration; Service-based architecture; Grid services
|Journal of Intelligent Information Systems
|43 (1), pp. 1-32
|Accepted author manuscript
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
|29 Jan 2014
|Publication process dates
|08 Mar 2017
|03 Dec 2013
|The final publication is available at Springer via https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10844-013-0300-5
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