GoodRelationsHotels

From Wiki of the E-Business and Web Science Research Group
Jump to: navigation, search
gr_banner_small.png
GoodRelations is a standardized vocabulary for product, price, and company data that can be embedded into existing static and dynamic Web pages.

Project Main Page
Vocabulary
Documentation
Developer's Wiki
GoodRelations Cookbook

Accommodation and Hotel Rooms

This page is a stub and will be completed shortly.

Overview

A tool for creating basic descriptions for any business is at

http://www.ebusiness-unibw.org/tools/goodrelations-annotator/

You can also use that tool for learning the recommended GoodRelations modeling patterns. The tool only allows chosing from the first two hierarchies of eClassOWL, but you could replace the class IDs in the RDF/XML later on in order to make the description more specific.

A restaurant could use the eClassOWL 5.1.4 category 2520 (Food and services) or one of the following more specific classes:

25-20-01-00 -  Restaurant (service), [ eclass:C_AKG508003-gen ]
25-20-01-01 -  Restaurant with conventional service (service),  [ eclass:C_AKG509003-gen ]
25-20-01-02 -  Restaurant with self-service (service), [ eclass:C_AKG510003-gen ]
25-20-01-03 -  Cafe (service),   25-20-01-03 [ eclass:C_AKG511003-gen ]
25-20-02-01 -  Bar (service), [ eclass:C_AKG515003-gen ]
25-20-02-02 -  Bar and entertainment restaurant (service) [ eclass:C_AKG516003-gen ]
25-20-02-03 - Disco and dance restaurant (service)  [ eclass:C_AKG517003-gen ]

The proper gr:BusinessFunction would be gr:ProvideService, since eClass classifies restaurants as types of services. (When using an ontology that defines particular types of meals, then the proper business function would be "sell".)

A hotel could use the eClassOWL 5.1.4 category 2512 (Travel Management) or, better, one of the following more specific classes:

25-12-13-01 -  Hotel (travel management),  [ eclass:C_AKG314003-gen ]
25-12-13-02 -  Hotel garni (travel management),    [ eclass:C_AKG315003-gen ]
25-12-13-03 -  Inn (travel management),[ eclass:C_AKG316003-gen ]
25-12-13-04 -  Pension (travel management),  [ eclass:C_AKG317003-gen ]

The proper gr:BusinessFunction would be gr:ProvideService, too.

eclass: = http://www.ebusiness-unibw.org/ontologies/eclass/5.1.4/#

Patterns

N3

@prefix gr: <http://purl.org/goodrelations/v1#>.
@prefix default: <http://www.heppnetz.de/ontologies/examples/gr#>.
@prefix xsd: <http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema#>.
@prefix rdfs: <http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#>.
@prefix foaf: <http://xmlns.com/foaf/0.1/>.

# Company

default:HotelUniBwLtd
  a gr:BusinessEntity ;
  gr:legalName "Hotel UniBw Ltd." ;
  foaf:page <http://www.hotel-unibw.de> ;
  gr:hasPOS default:HotelUniBw ;
  gr:offers default:SpecialChristmasOffer.

# Location

default:HotelUniBw
  a gr:LocationOfSalesOrServiceProvisioning ;
  rdfs:label "Hotel Neubiberg".


# Offering Zeitraum des Angebots

default:SpecialChristmasOffer
  a gr:Offering ;
  gr:validFrom "2009-12-20T00:00:00"^^xsd:dateTime ;
  gr:validThrough "2010-01-06T23:59:59"^^xsd:dateTime ;
  gr:hasBusinessFunction gr:LeaseOut ;
  gr:includes default:SomeDoubleDeluxeRooms ;
  gr:hasPriceSpecification default:SuperRate ;
  gr:acceptedPaymentMethods gr:Cash , gr:MasterCard.

# Price

default:SuperRate
  a gr:UnitPriceSpecification ;
  gr:hasCurrency "EUR"^^xsd:string ;
  gr:hasCurrencyValue "99.00"^^xsd:float ;
  gr:validFrom "2009-12-20T00:00:00"^^xsd:dateTime ;
  gr:validThrough "2009-12-20T23:59:59"^^xsd:dateTime ;.


# Room

default:SomeDoubleDeluxeRooms
  a gr:ProductOrServicesSomeInstancesPlaceholder ;
  rdfs:label "Double Deluxe Room".

RDFa

RDF/XML

Resources and References

  1. gr:eligibleDuration with a domain of gr:Offering and a range of gr:QuantitativeValueInteger
    • This allows constraining the minimal and maximal duration of a rental contract or hotel booking.
  2. gr:advanceBookingRequirement with a domain of gr:Offering and a range of gr:QuantitativeValueInteger.
    • This allows specifying the minimal and maximal time-span between accepting an offer and the availability of the good or service.
    • This can be very useful for rental car businesses, transportation, hotels, or ticket sales.
  3. gr:availabilityStarts and gr:availabilityEnds