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Good Relations


General

  • Ontologically Committed

    Generic
  • Categorical

    No

Vertical

  • Parent-arity Type Instance

    Unconstrained
  • Transitivity

    Yes
  • Boundedness Type Instance - Downward

    Bounded
  • Boundedness Type Instance - Fixed Finite Levels

    Not yet assessed
  • Boundedness Type Instance - Number of Fixed Levels

    Not yet assessed
  • Stratification Type Instance

    Not yet assessed
  • Formal Generation - Whole Part - Fusion

    Not yet assessed
  • Formal Generation - Whole Part - Complement

    Not yet assessed
  • Formal Generation - Type Instance - Fusion

    Not yet assessed
  • Formal Generation - Super Sub Type - Fusion

    Not yet assessed
  • Formal Generation - Super Sub Type - Complement

    Not yet assessed
  • Relation Class-ness Type Instance

    Second-class
  • Relation Class-ness Super Sub Type

    Second-class

Horizontal

  • Spacetime

    Not yet assessed
  • Locations

    Not yet assessed
  • Properties

    Not yet assessed
  • Endurants

    Not yet assessed
  • Immaterial

    Not yet assessed

Universal

  • Merelogy

    No
  • Interpenetration

    Not yet assessed
  • Materialism

    Not yet assessed
  • Possibilia

    Not yet assessed
  • Criteria Of Identity

    Not yet assessed
  • Time

    Not yet assessed
  • Indexicals: Here And Now

    Not yet assessed
  • Higher-arity

    Not yet assessed

Good Relations - GR 

  1. Overview 

An industry neutral lightweight ontology for e-commerce. 

  1. Top-level 

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  1. Key characteristics 

 A generic ontology with a focus on e-commerce.  

  1. Relevant extracts 

GoodRelations is a lightweight ontology for exchanging e-commerce information, namely data about products, offers, points of sale, prices, terms and conditions, on the Web. It can be used in all RDF syntaxes (like RDF/XML, Turtle, RDFa, JSON-LD, ...), Microdata, and basically any syntax that supports an Entitity-Attribute-Value pattern. 

Hepp, M. (2008). GoodRelations: An Ontology for Describing Products and Services Offers on the Web. EKAW. 


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