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GoodRelations: An Ontology for Describing Products and Services Offers on the Web

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GoodRelations: An Ontology for Describing Products and Services Offers on the Web
A promising application domain for Semantic Web technology is the annotation of products and services offerings on the Web so that consumers and enterprises can search for suitable suppliers using products and services ontologies. While there has been substantial progress in developing ontologies for types of products and services, namely eClassOWL, this alone does not provide the representational means required for e-commerce on the Semantic Web. Particularly missing is an ontology that allows describing the relationships between (1) Web resources, (2) offerings made by means of those Web resources, (3) legal entities, (4) prices, (5) terms and conditions, and the aforementioned ontologies for products and services (6). For example, we must be able to say that a particular Web site describes an offer to sell cell phones of a certain make an model at a certain price, that a piano house offers maintenance for pianos that weigh less than 150 kg, or that a car rental company leases out ca...
Martin Hepp
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where EKAW
Authors Martin Hepp
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