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[goodrelations] Products deliverd by Service

Giuseppe D'Aniello daniello at crmpa.unisa.it
Wed Sep 5 12:21:31 CEST 2012

Dear all,

I'm working on an Italian Research Project which is about a platform for
semantic services delivery and e-money systems.

We have to describe different services that could deliver some products to
users (e.g. different e-commerce services that offers some products) and we
have to represent the property between each service and the offered

Every service and every product is an instance of ProductOrService; we
wouldn't use the property gr:isConsumableFor, gr:isSimilarTo and
gr:isAccessoryOrSparePartOf to represent this property, because the meaning
of these properties is different from our needs.

So, we aim to create another property, called deliveredBy that has for range
and domain gr:ProductOrService; but we would ask you some suggestions about
our problem and if you think that our solution is correct.

Another idea could be to create a property between gr:Offering and
gr:ProductOrService; in this way, we could link the service with the offer
of some product.

What do you think about it?

Best regards.



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