UMBC ebiquity

Knowledge-Based Electronic Markets

Authors: , and Benjamin Grosof

Date: August 01, 2000

Abstract: This workshop addressed the challenges, opportunities, and practical applications of knowledge-based electronic markets (e-markets). By e-markets, we mean markets on the web (or large inter-enterprise private networks) where buyers interact and transact with sellers. e-markets also include infrastructure support and mediation services and players, such as for yellow pages, catalogs, shopping search, advertising, sales assistants, brokering, aggregation, infomediaries, reputation and trust management, authentication, and payments. By knowledge-based, we mean using automated techniques for knowledge representation and reasoning, learning, and communication, for example, in intelligent agents.

See http://www.aaai.org/Press/Reports/Workshops/ws-00-04.html for more information.

Type: Proceedings

Publisher: AAAI Press

Series: Papers from the AAAI Workshop

Note: Technical Report WS-00-04, ISBN 1-57735-119-3

Tags: ecommerce, ai, aaai

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