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An important part of the Web service vision being promoted by the Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C) and others is that of automated service discovery, the idea being that when we need a particular kind of service we will no longer have to go out and search for it manually; our computer will do it for us. Nowhere is this more necessary than in scientific computation. International collaboration here is already the norm and is increasingly being supported by the Grid, where specialized resources are connected by high-speed, high-bandwidth networks. To realize this vision requires mechanisms for describing what services actually do, and for reasoning about those descriptions in the presence of a user's problem. MONET: Mathematics on the NET The MONET project is a two-year investigation into how service discovery can be performed for mathematical Web services, funded by the ... (more)