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ISWC 2011 Tutorial: The Web of Data for E-Commerce in Brief

A Hands-on Introduction to the GoodRelations Ontology, RDFa Authoring, Google Rich Snippets for Products, Yahoo! SearchMonkey, and Linked Open Commerce

GoodRelations Event
Title ISWC 2011 Tutorial: The Web of Data for E-Commerce in Brief
Instructor Martin Hepp,
Alex Stolz,
László Török
Date canceled
Country Germany
City Bonn
Tags linkeddata, semanticweb, tutorial, rdfa, microdata, goodrelations
Language English
Audience researchers and practitioners
URL http://iswc2011.semanticweb.org/tutorials/the-web-of-data-for-e-commerce/

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Summary

The GoodRelations ontology (http://purl.org/goodrelations/) 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 the GoodRelations ontology including patterns for ownership and demand, (2) present the full tool chain for producing and consuming GoodRelations-related 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.

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. GoodRelations Ontology: Minimal Example and Motivating Scenarios
  4. RDFa: Bridging the Web of Documents with the Web of Data
  5. The GoodRelations Ontology
    • Preliminaries: Header and Namespace Definition
    • Step 1: Business Entity
    • Step 2: Products and Offerings
    • Step 3: Eligible Customers and Regions
    • Step 4: Price Specifications
    • Step 5: Delivery Options and Delivery Charge Specifications
    • Step 6: Payment Options and Payment Charge Specifications
    • Step 7: Warranty Promises
    • Step 8: Bundles
    • Step 9: Services and Value Ranges
    • Step 10: Shop Locations and Opening Hours
    • Step 11: Consumables, Accessories, Spare Parts, and Similar Products
  6. Hands-on Exercise: Annotating a Small Web Shop
  7. GoodRelations – Advanced Topics
    • Handling of Ranges and Intervals
    • Products and Services: Models, Classes, and Instances
    • Modeling demand and tenders
    • Modeling ownership and public shopping histories
  8. Querying the Web of Data for Offerings
    • SPARQL Query Language Overview
    • Examples
    • Exercises
  9. GoodRelations for Google and Yahoo
  10. Publishing GoodRelations Data
  11. Consuming GoodRelations Data
  12. Access Control, Authentication, and Identity
  13. Micropayment Systems and Incentives
  14. Advanced Topics
  15. Group Project
  16. Discussion, Conclusion, Feedback Round


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