Main Reference PaperVerification of Semantic Web Service Annotations Using Ontology-Based Partitioning, IEEE Transactions on Service Computing, 2014.
  • This work adapts techniques from conventional software testing to the verification of semantic annotations for web service input and output parameters. It presents an algorithm for the testing process, and discusses ways in which manual effort from the annotator during testing can be reduced and also presents two adequacy criteria for specifying test cases used as input for the testing process. These criteria are based on structural coverage of the domain ontology used for annotation. The results of an evaluation exercise, based on a collection of annotations for bioinformatics web services, show that defects can be successfully detected by the technique.

+ Description
  • This work adapts techniques from conventional software testing to the verification of semantic annotations for web service input and output parameters. It presents an algorithm for the testing process, and discusses ways in which manual effort from the annotator during testing can be reduced and also presents two adequacy criteria for specifying test cases used as input for the testing process. These criteria are based on structural coverage of the domain ontology used for annotation. The results of an evaluation exercise, based on a collection of annotations for bioinformatics web services, show that defects can be successfully detected by the technique.

  • The main goal of this project is to provide low cost tool for verifying semantic annotation. The verification process is accomplished bytesting. The test cases for testing are generated from domain ontology with adequacy criteria. The evaluated testing results provide low false positives. Defects are detected earlier stage of web service publishing.

+ Aim & Objectives
  • The main goal of this project is to provide low cost tool for verifying semantic annotation. The verification process is accomplished bytesting. The test cases for testing are generated from domain ontology with adequacy criteria. The evaluated testing results provide low false positives. Defects are detected earlier stage of web service publishing.

  • The noteworthy contribution to the project is to generate the test cases with additional adequacy criteria. Adding the adequacy criteria to the test cases strengthen the testing process. Hence, the annotations are verified more precisely. The defects are detected effectively comparing to the proposed system. The false positives are further reduced.

+ Contribution
  • The noteworthy contribution to the project is to generate the test cases with additional adequacy criteria. Adding the adequacy criteria to the test cases strengthen the testing process. Hence, the annotations are verified more precisely. The defects are detected effectively comparing to the proposed system. The false positives are further reduced.

  • Java JDK 1.8, MySQL 5.5.40

  • Netbeans 8.0.1, J2EE

+ Software Tools & Technologies
  • Java JDK 1.8, MySQL 5.5.40

  • Netbeans 8.0.1, J2EE

  • B.E / B.Tech / M.E / M.Tech

+ Project Recommended For
  • B.E / B.Tech / M.E / M.Tech

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