Catalog management in e-commerce systems (pdf download available)

[Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: When enterprises collaborate, a common frame of understanding of all products and catalogs in each organization is indispensable. Data recovery lifehacker Suppliers who virtually collaborate should be able to share product related data, create new products, and update old products from their own catalog. Top 10 data recovery software 2014 In this paper, we describe the development of a model for presenting electronic catalog based on OWL ontology language. Database gale This model uses WordNet ontology to distinguish classes and the relationships between them.

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[Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: Electronic catalogs (or e-catalogs) hold information about the goods and services offered or requested by the participants, and consequently, form the basis of an e-commerce transaction. Database uses Catalog management is complicated by a number of factors and product classification is at the core of these issues. Database history Classification hierarchy is used for spend analysis, customs regulation, and product identification. Database b tree Classification is the foundation on which product databases are designed, and plays a central role in almost all aspects of management and use of product information. Database optimization However, product classification has received little formal treatment in terms of underlying model, operations, and semantics. Data recovery software reviews We believe that the lack of a logical model for classification introduces a number of problems not only for the classification itself but also for the product database in general. Cnet data recovery In this paper, we try to understand what it means to classify products and present how best to represent classification schemes so as to capture the semantics behind the classifications and facilitate mappings between them. Database systems We believe the model proposed in this paper satisfies the requirements and challenges that have been raised by previous works.