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Ontology-based Product Catalogues: An Example Implementation

  title={Ontology-based Product Catalogues: An Example Implementation},
  author={P. Nowakowski and H. Stuckenschmidt},
  • P. Nowakowski, H. Stuckenschmidt
  • Published in MKWI 2010
  • Computer Science
  • Electronic Product Catalogues are the basis for offering and selling products in online market places. To be efficient, these catalogues have to provide a semantically precise description of product features to allow for effective matchmaking of products and customer requests. At the same time, the description has to follow a common terminology that allows the integration with the catalogues of other providers on the same market place. In this paper, we argue for the use of ontologies as a… CONTINUE READING
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