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Service matching with contextualised ontologies

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ServiceMatching with Contextualised Ontologies Dissertation Schriftliche Arbeit zur Erlangung des akademischen Grades eines Doktors der Naturwissenschaften Fakulta¨t fu¨r Elektrotechnik, Informatik undMathematik der Universita¨t Paderborn Ulf Rerrer-Brusch Paderborn, Oktober 2006 ii To Margit and Clara iv Acknowledgements I would like to gratefully and sincerely thankmy advisor Odej Kao for his expert guidance, un- derstanding, patience, and most importantly, his friendship during my work at Paderborn University. His academic research and mentorship are a powerful example for me. I am not sure many PhDs are given the opportunity to develop their own individuality and self- sufficiency by being allowed to work with such independence. For everything you have done for me, I thank you. I am also grateful to Thorsten Hampel who agreed to review this thesis. Furthermore, I would like to thank Irene Roger who provided the somuch needed humor and entertainment in what could have otherwise been a somewhat stressful work environment. My dear col- leagues asmembers of our little doctoral group Bernd Eßmann, Frank Go¨tz, TomaszMistrzyk, and Simon Oberthu¨r for their constructive thoughts and ideas. And of course all members of PC2 who became wonderful colleagues in recent time. I am not able to mention all students who supported me during this thesis, but I want to name a few who helped me to realize this work. All members of the project group “Location- based Services” contributed their generous help in the experimental phase of this research, thanks a lot! Also thank you to Georg Birkenheuer, Bernd Eßmann, Frank Go¨tz, Wilke Hagel- weide, Ludger Lecke and Florian Pepping for proofreading parts of this dissertation and their support. I have appreciated all the support of the Department of Computer Science at the University of Paderborn during the years of my PhD study. Finally, I would like to thank my lovely wife Margit for her everlasting love and continuous suppor

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