Limited Background Knowledge in E-Commerce

Abstract : This paper, first, presents the role of what we call the limited background knowledge (LBK) i.e., the ontological graphs plus a set of specialized vocabularies each of which is associated with the pragmatic value(s) of the transaction at hand. Then, its integration into a model of querying by long strings in E-commerce is discussed. Finally, the derived model is applied to a real-world problem, namely the commercial transactions on the cars.
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ICAI 2010, Jul 2010, Las Vegas (Nevada), United States. pp.499-505, 2010, Proceedings of the 2010 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence
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Abolfazl Fatholahzadeh. Limited Background Knowledge in E-Commerce. ICAI 2010, Jul 2010, Las Vegas (Nevada), United States. pp.499-505, 2010, Proceedings of the 2010 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence. 〈hal-01290707〉

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