SAWSDL in Oil & Gas
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- Studentoppgaver (TN-IDE) 
SAWSDL, The Semantic Annotations for WSDL and XML Schema, is a W3C recommendation that defines mechanisms to link semantics to the description of web services. These semantics when expressed in formal languages can help disambiguate the description of Web services during automatic discovery and composition of the Web services. This will help the industry to compose new web services based on the discovery of existing web services and based on the request made by a user even if it is expressed in an informal language. The Oil & Gas industry has stated high ambitions in designing remotely controlled installations in the High North. This will require that a large set of real time data is acquired and furthermore that the challenging task of interpreting all these data must be dealt with. OLF visions that Semantic Web technology might be one solution to provide automatic reasoning of large sets of data. As a first step towards the semantic web the PCA SIG for Drilling & Completions wanted to evaluate the SAWSDL specification to find out how to deploy this specification within the Oil & Gas IT infrastructure. This Master thesis is aiming to provide guidelines on how to implement SAWSDL based on a use case provided by the SIG.
Master's thesis in Information technology