This volume contains papers presented at The 2013 International Conference on Semantic Web & Web Services (SWWS’13). Their inclusion in this publication does not necessarily constitute endorsements by editors or by the publisher.
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  • Publisher: Laxmi Publications
  • Language: English
  • Chapter 1

    Integrating Declarative Processes and SOA: A Declarative Web Service Orchestrator Price 9.00  |  9 Rewards Points

    Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is a computer model that aims at building new software by assembling independent and loosely coupled services. Traditional web service orchestration is a mechanism for combining and coordinating different web services based on a predefined pattern.

  • Chapter 2

    Improving Platform Independent Graphical Performance by Compressing Information Transfer using JSON Price 9.00  |  9 Rewards Points

    Interactive animation and other graphical applications are emerging as viable web services in a number of contexts including gaming and simulation.

  • Chapter 3

    EV-IMP Model: A comprehensive model for evaluation of an organization's website success Price 9.00  |  9 Rewards Points

    Continuous web site evaluation based on the site alignment with the mission of organization and providing more efficient site is discussed in this paper. This method integrates the quantitative and qualitative  evaluation methods to measure the site’s success.

  • Chapter 4

    A semantic dependency-graph-based approach combining platforms hosting data and applications Price 9.00  |  9 Rewards Points

    Linked open data increases availability of original scientific and other data. Modifiable or ‘forkable’ open-source programs hosted on shared platforms make applications utilizing these data ready for reuse.

  • Chapter 5

    A Semantic Cloud for File System Annotation Price 9.00  |  9 Rewards Points

    There is no standard method to relate topics between documents to retrieve information for a file system. The amount of data in file systems is on the rise and corporate intranets benefit from annotating their files to improve search performance.

  • Chapter 6

    Constructing a Semantic-Based Image Retrieving system – Image Semantic Searching System (ISSS) Price 9.00  |  9 Rewards Points

    Because of the great volume of image resources produced and gathered on the web for public browsing, image retrieving tools and systems play an important role for users in retrieving image resources. A novel image retrieving system, the Image Semantic Search System (ISSS), was designed and implemented based on semantic web concepts and techniques.

  • Chapter 7

    Personal Ontology–based Sentiment Analysis System for Mobile Devices Price 9.00  |  9 Rewards Points

    The increasing proliferation of mobile devices has resulted in people being able to express their opinions and sentiments more easily. To obtain people’s preferences and evaluations about products and services, sentiments expressed over Websites and social network services need to be analyzed.

  • Chapter 8

    University Ontology: case study Ahlia University Price 9.00  |  9 Rewards Points

    The huge amount of information available on the internet (and intranets) and its unstructured nature is reaching a point that some actions has to be taken in order to ease the use of queries within a web search engine.

  • Chapter 9

    Comparison Evaluation for SPARQL-to-SQL Translation Model Price 9.00  |  9 Rewards Points

    Ontology use has increased with the increase in the use of the semantic Web. This has led to numerous research studies being conducted on ontology storage. SPARQL is a description language for the semantic Web environment and it searches ontology in an ontology database.

  • Chapter 10

    Modeling a Standard Health Claim Form as an RDF Store Price 9.00  |  9 Rewards Points

    Electronic health claim forms contain nested dependencies, are highly standardized, and arranged in complex data structures. Although many organizations propose creating traditional relational databases to house  these hierarchical data structures, the semantic model can also be considered as a viable alternative to the customary model.

  • Chapter 11

    SchemaGen: A Microdata Generator for Small Business Owners Price 9.00  |  9 Rewards Points

    Optimizing a website adds descriptive information in the background for search engines to read. Small business owners could benefit from a user friendly tool that would allow them to add metadata to their website without having to know HTML and XML. This metadata could increase the likelihood of the website being found in a broad based search.

  • Chapter 12

    RESTful API in life science research systems and data integration challenges: linking metabolic pathway, metabolic network, gene and publication Price 9.00  |  9 Rewards Points

    Translational science research development requires life sciences researchers to update their concepton systems integration and data integration. The RESTful API has proven to be very useful in integrating the massive amount of data and tools. This work presents an approach for biological systems analysis based on the semantic web and RESTful API.

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