A quantitative analysis of product categorization standards: content, coverage, and maintenance of eCl@ss, UNSPSC, eOTD, and the RosettaNet Technical Dictionary

@article{Hepp2005AQA,
  title={A quantitative analysis of product categorization standards: content, coverage, and maintenance of eCl@ss, UNSPSC, eOTD, and the RosettaNet Technical Dictionary},
  author={Martin Hepp and J{\"o}rg Leukel and Volker Schmitz},
  journal={Tenth IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision (ICCV'05) Volume 1},
  year={2005},
  volume={2},
  pages={1597-1604 Vol. 2}
}
Many e-business scenarios require the integration of product-related data into target applications or target documents at the recipient’s side. Such tasks can be automated much better if the textual descriptions are augmented by a machine-feasible representation of the product semantics. For this purpose, categorization standards for products and services, like UNSPSC, eCl@ss, the ECCMA Open Technical Dictionary (eOTD), or the RosettaNet Technical Dictionary (RNTD) are available, but they vary… CONTINUE READING
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