Design of a Smart Model For Geolocation and E-commerce in the Semantic Web
Keywords:e-commerce, Semantic Web, GEORSS Model, GEO OWL, OGC GML, Ontlogie FOAF, GoodRelations. Geographic information.
Currently, e-commerce has become a pillar of the economy; there are huge growths of websites that offer different products to sell.This variety of web portals and products requires intelligent and autonomous operation to successfully the buying / selling process.The semantic web which is an initiation of the inventor of the web Tim Berners-lee proposes advanced technical solutions that act on the organization and the structuration of the data through ontologies.
In this article we will discuss the subject of e-commerce in company with the area of geolocation. This document proposes a new solution allowing taking advantage of the geographical location of a customer to be located in relation to the stores that surround it.
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