SOA Service Ontology Home Page


At the San Antonio meeting it was decided to revisit the older SOA Ontology work. Subsequently, the older Project Scope Statement was revised and agreed as follows (2012 February Candidate):


Work in progress


Discussion document which captures initial ideas for the development of the SOA Ontology, developed by Ontology WG is shown next


Information provided by Infoway to serve as a way of testing and applying the approach discussed




Information provided by Anil Lutra using two different discriminator examples.



Service Ontology Requirements also identified as part of Healthcare and Community Services Provider Directory (HCSPD) project.
http://hssp-provider-services-directory.wikispaces.com/home
(see slides 20 and 21 of the April 23, 2012 Presentation)

The following is a Developer Use Case (supplied by Keiser Permanente)


The following is a scenario (supplied by DCA, Australia) of the use of Services Provider directory and
NEHTA ELS 1.3 specification





Updated discussion document, discussing the architecture lifecycle for service ontology modelling



Revised discussion document - including linkages to Service Directory and ELS


Further updates of the discussion document with suggestions for service semantics representation



The discussion paper on service semantics (draft) - input to Phoenix WG



The comment for ballot being prepared for Atlanta WG



Presentations


Vancouver May 15 Presentation


Phoenix, January 15 Presentation



SOA All Hands Presentation (February 18)




Minutes







Stay tuned - much more to come :-)

Relevant Links


HL7 Service Aware Interoperability Framework:
http://gforge.hl7.org/gf/download/docmanfileversion/6798/9352/20120513-SAIFCD-R2-DSTU.docx.

Reference Model for Open Distributed Processing (RM-ODP):
RM-ODP Resources
Introduction to RM-ODP

OMG's Ontology Definition Meta-Model (ODM) resources:

ODM specification

Call Details:

http://www.hl7.org/concalls/CallDetails.aspx?concall=15846



Looking for the older SOA Ontology work? See the archive here.