SweetDeal: Representing Agent Contracts With Exceptions using XML Rules, Ontologies, and Process Descriptions
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KeywordsElectronic contracts; electronic commerce; electronic business; XML; Semantic Web; Web Services; Semantic Web Services; knowledge representation; intelligent agents; software agents; rules; logic programs; ontologies; business rules; business process automation; process descriptions; process knowledge; RuleML; RDF; Description Logic; DAML+OIL; OWL; knowledge-based; declarative; e-contracts; e-commerce; e-business; information technologies;
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