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[Use Case] Policies, E-Commerce, Trust: several SW rule interchange use cases

From: Benjamin Grosof <bgrosof@MIT.EDU>
Date: Sun, 11 Dec 2005 13:03:55 -0500
Message-Id: <6.2.3.4.2.20051211125711.0369c730@po12.mit.edu>
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Hi folks,

This is a resend with the "[Use Case]" prefix, for 
convenience/clarity, of my 12/9 posting.
It gives an overview of more than a half dozen of my use cases for SW 
rule interchange, esp. about e-commerce, policies, trust.

Benjamin

>An overview of some of my use cases for semantic web rule 
>interchange is at [1].
>This points in particular at the subset of use cases described in 
>[2], as well as some others.
>These use cases are about policies for e-commerce and trust, 
>including largely about e-contracting.
>
>Several of these use cases (most of the ones in [2]) were picked up 
>by the Semantic Web Services Framework
>effort and made part of its application scenarios report.
>
>One particularly interesting use case is a somewhat detailed one of 
>merchant credit card authorization [3],
>in which a merchant needs to merge their own small-biz-specific 
>policies with a big bank's policies.
>
>[1] http://ebusiness.mit.edu/bgrosof/paps/overview-use-cases-for-rif-v1.html
>[2] http://ebusiness.mit.edu/bgrosof/paps/policy-rules-for-sws-v4.html
>[3] 
>http://ebusiness.mit.edu/bgrosof/paps/policy-rules-for-sws-v4.html/#creditcard

________________________________________________________________________________________________
Prof. Benjamin Grosof
Web Technologies for E-Commerce, Semantic Rules, Business Policies, 
E-Contracting, Services, Trust, Financial
MIT Sloan School of Management, Information Technology group
http://ebusiness.mit.edu/bgrosof or http://www.mit.edu/~bgrosof
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