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ICWE 2015 Tutorial: The Web of Data for E-Commerce: Schema.org and GoodRelations for Researchers and Practitioners

A Hands-on Introduction to the GoodRelations Ontology, Schema.org, RDFa and Microdata Authoring, Google Rich Snippets for Products, Yahoo, Bing, and Linked Open Commerce

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Note: The tutorial materials will be made available to participants of the ICWE tutorial only.


GoodRelations Event
Title ICWE 2015 Tutorial: The Web of Data for E-Commerce: Schema.org and GoodRelations for Researchers and Practitioners
Instructor Martin Hepp
Date June 23, 2015
Time 14:00 - 17:30
Country The Netherlands
City Rotterdam
Location World Trade Center Rotterdam
Tags linkeddata, semanticweb, tutorial, rdfa, microdata, goodrelations, schema.org
Language English
Audience researchers and practitioners
URL http://icwe2015.webengineering.org/

Summary

The integration of the GoodRelations ontology into schema.org is one huge success story of applying Semantic Web technology to business challenges. In this tutorial, we will

  1. give a comprehensive overview and hands-on training on the conceptual structures of schema.org for e-commerce, including patterns for ownership and demand,
  2. present the full tool chain for producing and consuming respective data,
  3. explain the long-term vision of linked open commerce,
  4. describe the main challenges for future research in the field, and
  5. discuss advanced topics, like access control, identity and authentication (e.g. with WebID); micropayment services (like Payswarm), and data management issues from the publisher and consumer perspective.

We will also cover research opportunities resulting from the growing adoption and the respective amount of data in Microdata, RDFa, and JSON-LD syntaxes.

Logistics

Venue

See conference site at http://icwe2015.webengineering.org/venue/conference-venue/.

Room

See conference site at http://icwe2015.webengineering.org/program/

Time and Date

June 23, 2015, 14:00 - 17:30

Agenda

  1. Overview and Motivation: Linked Open Commerce
  2. Quick Review of Prerequisites
    • Markup Languages – XML, HTML, XHTML
    • Semantic Web for Web Masters: RDF, RDF syntaxes, RDFS, OWL, SPARQL
    • Tooling and Infrastructure: Editors, Repositories, Parsers, Frameworks
    • Linked Data Principles
  3. Structured Data in HTML
    • Principles and History (SHOE etc.)
    • RDFa
    • Microdata
    • JSON-LD as HTML Payload
    • Turtle in HTML
  4. The Conceptual Model of Schema.org: Minimal Example and Motivating Scenarios
  5. E-Commerce in Schema.org
    • Preliminaries
    • Business Entity: Person and Organization
    • Products and Offers
    • Eligible Customers and Regions
    • Price Specifications
    • Delivery Options and Delivery Charge Specifications
    • Payment Options and Payment Charge Specifications
    • Warranty Promises
    • Bundles
    • Services and Value Ranges
    • Shop Locations and Opening Hours
    • Consumables, Accessories, Spare Parts, and Similar Products
    • Products and Services: Models, Classes, and Instances
    • Modeling demand and tenders
    • Modeling ownership and public shopping histories
    • Hands-on Exercise: Annotating a Small Web Shop
  6. Advanced Topics in Schema.org
    • External Enumerations
    • Handling of Ranges and Intervals
    • Multi-typed Entities
  7. Querying the Web of Data for Offerings
    • SPARQL Query Language Overview
    • Examples
    • Exercises
  8. Publishing Schema.org Data
  9. Consuming Schema.org Data
    • Resources
    • Tools
  10. Access Control, Authentication, and Identity
  11. Micropayment Systems and Incentives
  12. Transactions in Schema.org
  13. Discussion, Conclusion, Feedback Round

Materials

The slides and other materials are available only to registered participants. You need credentials given in class in order to access the following resources. If you have problems accessing the materials, email to mheppATcomputerDOTorg.

  • Slides preliminary
  • Video recording not yet available

GoodRelations

Schema.org

Microdata

Contact

Prof. Dr. Martin Hepp
Chair of General Management and E-Business
E-Business and Web Science Research Group
Universität der Bundeswehr München
Werner-Heisenberg-Weg 39

D-85579 Neubiberg, Germany

mhepp@computer.org

http://www.heppnetz.de (personal page) / http://www.unibw.de/ebusiness/ (group)

Phone: +49 89 6004-4217