Conference paper

First Online: 10 October 2001


Part of the

Lecture Notes in Computer Science

book series (LNCS, volume 2105)

Electronic catalogs (or e-catalogs), like their printed counterparts, hold information about the goods and services offered or requested by the market participants and, consequently, form the basis of the information phase of electronic commerce. As electronic malls as well as e-catalogs made by each of them rapidly increase in number, there are some emerging problems in dealing with e-catalogs such as the catalog heterogeneity and the redundant investment in the making of catalogs. In this paper, to achieve catalog interoperability and catalog…

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