Proposal for an e-learning system model based on the invocation and semantic discovery of web services

Mohamed Halim, Abdelmajid Tahiri, Yassir El Ghzizal, Nouha Adadi, Driss Chenouni


Service-oriented computing (SOC) provides a new framework for designing distributed web applications and software in a flexible, scalable, and cost-effective manner. Its use is widespread to efficiently integrate existing Web services and create high value-added applications. This model, proven in various fields such as e-commerce, also shows significant advantages in the field of e-learning. This approach highlights the discovery and use of Web services listed in specialized directories. In fact, this paper proposes a framework for exploring web services associated with education. This approach is based on the application of a matching algorithm to select the services best suited to the needs of users of the online learning system, as well as the ontology of the e-learning domain and the semantic descriptions of the web services via web ontology language for web services (OWL-S).


E-learning domain ontology; Matching algorithm; Semantic descriptions; Service-oriented computing; Web ontology language; Web services the discovery

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