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    88 * Abstract: Most of the efforts conducted on services nowadays are focusing on aspects related to data and control flow, often disregarding the main goal of the future Internet of services, namely to allow the smooth interaction of people and computers with services in the actual world. Our main claim is that it is crucial, to achieve such goal, to build a global service framework able to account for complex processes involving people and computers, which however have always people at their ends. That’s why in this work we mostly emphasize the role of social and business-oriented services, whose consideration is needed to evaluate the global quality of e-services in relation to their ultimate social benefits, taking the overall impact on the organizational structure into account. Along these lines, the contribution of this proposal is a first concrete step towards a unified, rigorous and principled ontology centered on the notion of service availability, which results in useful distinctions between service, service content, service delivery and service process. Services are modeled by means of a layered set of interrelated events, with their own participants as well as temporal and spatial locations. http://www.loa-cnr.it/Papers/FerrarioGuarinoFIS08Proceedings.pdf 
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    10 !13:45 - !14:30 [https://www.posccaesar.org/attachment/wiki/SD2010-SemTech-Project-session/Semantic-Days-Ralf.pdf Semantic Technologies: Exploiting deduction and abduction services  for  information retrieval]'',''  by Ralf Moeller, Hamburg University of  Technology, Germany 
     10!13:45 - !14:30 [https://www.posccaesar.org/svn/pub/SemanticDays/2010/sessionRT_Moeller_SemanticTechnologies.pdf Semantic Technologies: Exploiting deduction and abduction services  for  information retrieval]'',''  by Ralf Moeller, Hamburg University of  Technology, Germany 
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    1212 * Abstract: The presentation will  highlight how formal logical representations can be used for information  retrieval purposes in indefinite contexts such as, e.g., multimedia  information systems. In these contexts, data is inherently unstructured  and under-determined, and statements which cannot be derived to hold  cannot be assumed to be false (in particular if data is provided  incrementally, which is often the case). Furthermore, not knowing  concrete names for objects set into relation to a certain object at a  specific point in time cannot be handled by assuming that they do not  exist, or by even signalling an exception. The presentation shows how  expressive logical representation formalisms can nevertheless be used to  provide certain answers. We will also show how additional data  descriptions can be systematically derived such that symbolic structures  better represent which meaning a set of data has for humans in a  certain context. 
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