|| A comparative study between WSCI, WS-CDL, and OWL-S|
||Choreography languages allow us to describe Web Services|
compositions from a global viewpoint in Service Oriented
Architectures (SOA). However, none of the existing
languages has achieved the status of de facto standard for
that purpose until now. In this paper we compare three existing
proposals to specify Web Services choreographies:
WSCI, WS-CDL, and OWL-S. First, we describe the main
characteristics of each one of these languages, and after
that we compare the different structures of the three languages.
Finally, we present some conclusions of our work.