Business Rules for E-Commerce: Interoperability and Conflict Handling

9/22/99


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Table of Contents

Business Rules for E-Commerce: Interoperability and Conflict Handling

Overview

Vision overall

Rules: Fundamental Technical Approach

Rules: Fundamental Technical Approach (continued)

Applications of Rules our work to-date: Overview

Applications of Rules: earlier work on Agent Building Environment

EECOMS Example of Conflicting Rules

Courteous LPs: Example

XML Interlingua for Example

CommonRules Example: bookstore Web storefront

INSERT Bookstore Web E-Storefront App Example SLIDES

CommonRules technology overview

CommonRules technology overview (continued)

Current-version CommonRules

Flavors of Rules Commercially Most Important in E-Business

Overview (repeated)

OUTLINE OF OPTIONALS SLIDES

PART-1 OPTIONALS FOLLOW: from INTRODUCTORY-section

Rules across Applications

Application Using Rules

Roles for Rules

Rules Authoring Approaches

PART-2 OPTIONALS FOLLOW: about EECOMS

EECOMS Supply Chain Project: Overview

EECOMS Supply Chain Project: Our Role

EECOMS: Participants

EECOMS: Main Collaborators

EECOMS: Virtual Situation Room

PART-3 OPTIONALS FOLLOW: about more Technical Details

Logic Programs as basic representation: Definition

Logic Programs: Definition (continued)

Logic Programs as basic representation: Advantages

Logic Programs: Advantages (continued)

Courteous LPs: the What

Courteous LPs: Example (repeated)

Priorities are available and useful

Courteous LPs: Advantages

Situated LPs: Overview

Situated LPs: Overview (continued)

Courteous Compiler

Interlingua Concept

Interlingua: Deep Shared Semantics at Core

Interlingua: Going Beyond KIF

Interlingua: current version

Interlingua: early standards engagements

Sample Rule Engine: current version

Contracts/Agreements

Negotiation, esp. B2B

Security Authorization Policies

Security Authorization Policies (continued)

overall key Challenges identified

Author: Benjamin Grosof

Email: grosof@us.ibm.com

Home Page: http://www.research.ibm.com/people/g/grosof/

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by Benjamin Grosof, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, Hawthorne, NY, USA