In this paper we propose an approach to semantic matchmaking that exploits various knowledge representation technologies to find most promising partners in peer-to-peer e-marketplaces. In particular we mix in a formal and principled way the semantic expressiveness of DLR-lite Logic Programs, fuzzy logic and utility theory. We adopt DLR-Lite Logic Programs to obtain a reasonable compromise between expressiveness and complexity to ensure the scalability of our approach to large e-marketplaces, and Fuzzy Logic to model logical specifications as soft constraints. Furthermore, fully exploiting the peer-to-peer paradigm, we consider in the matchmaking process preferences and corresponding utilities of both parties.

Vague knowledge-bases for matchmaking in p2p e-marketplaces

DI NOIA, Tommaso;DI SCIASCIO, Eugenio;
2007

Abstract

In this paper we propose an approach to semantic matchmaking that exploits various knowledge representation technologies to find most promising partners in peer-to-peer e-marketplaces. In particular we mix in a formal and principled way the semantic expressiveness of DLR-lite Logic Programs, fuzzy logic and utility theory. We adopt DLR-Lite Logic Programs to obtain a reasonable compromise between expressiveness and complexity to ensure the scalability of our approach to large e-marketplaces, and Fuzzy Logic to model logical specifications as soft constraints. Furthermore, fully exploiting the peer-to-peer paradigm, we consider in the matchmaking process preferences and corresponding utilities of both parties.
4th European Semantic Web Conference, ESWC 2007
978-3-540-72666-1
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