Table of contents for Semantic Web for business : cases and applications / Roberto Garcia, editor.

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Introduction
Chapter 1. Semantic Web take-off in a European Industry Perspective 
Alain Leger. France Telecom R&D - Rennes, France
Johannes Heinecke. France Telecom R&D - Rennes, France
Lyndon JB Nixon. Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
Pavel Shvaiko. University of Trento, Italy
Jean Charlet-Hopitaux de Paris. Université Paris 6, France
Paola Hobson. Motorola Labs, UK
François Goasdoué. LRI CNRS & Université Paris Sud XI, France
Semantic Web E-Business Cases
Chapter 2. Applying Semantic Web Technologies to Car Repairs
Martin Bryan. CSW informatics, UK
Jay Cousins. CSW informatics, UK
Chapter 3. Semantic Integration for B2B Service Assurance
Alistair Duke. BT Group Chief Technology Office, UK
Marc Richardson. BT Group Chief Technology Office, UK
Chapter 4. Semantic-Web-enabled Protocol Mediation for the Logistics Domain
Oscar Corcho. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
Silvestre Losada. Intelligent Software Components, S.A., Spain
V. Richard Benjamins. Intelligent Software Components, S.A., Spain
Chapter 5. A Case Study in Building Semantic eRecruitment Applications
Elena Simperl. Digital Enterprise Research Institute, Austria 
Malgorzata Mochol. Free University of Berlin, Germany
Chapter 6. The SEEMP Approach to Semantic Interoperability for e-Employment
E. Della Valle. CEFRIEL ¿ Politecnico of Milano, Italy
D. Cerizza. CEFRIEL ¿ Politecnico of Milano, Italy
I. Celino. CEFRIEL ¿ Politecnico of Milano, Italy
M.G. Fugini. CEFRIEL ¿ Politecnico of Milano, Italy
J. Estublier. Université Joseph Fourier, France
G. Vega. Université Joseph Fourier, France
M. Kerrigan. University of Innsbruck, Austria
A. Gómez-Pérez. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
J. Ramírez. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
B. Villazón. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
G. Zhao. Le Forem, Belgium
M. Cesarini. Università di Milano-Bicocca, Italy
F. De Paoli. Università di Milano-Bicocca, Italy
Chapter 7. Towards Effectiveness and Transparency in e-Business Transactions. An Ontology for Customer Complaint Management
Mustafa Jarrar. University of Cyprus, Cyprus & Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
Chapter 8. A Semantic Web-Based Information Integration Approach For An Agent-Based Electronic Market
Maria João Viamonte. Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal
Nuno Silva. Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal
Chapter 9. Semantic Web for Media Convergence: a Newspaper Case
Ferran Perdrix. Diari Segre Media Group, Spain
Juan Manuel Gimeno. Universitat de Lleida, Spain
Rosa Gil. Universitat de Lleida, Spain
Marta Oliva. Universitat de Lleida, Spain
Roberto García. Universitat de Lleida, Spain
Chapter 10. Ontologically enhanced RosettaNet B2B Integration
Paavo Kotinurmi. Helsinki University of Technology, Finland
Armin Haller. Digital Enterprise Research Institute, Galway
Eyal Oren. Digital Enterprise Research Institute, Galway
Chapter 11. Towards an Operational REA business ontology
Frederik Gailly. Ghent University, Belgium
Geert Poels. Ghent University, Belgium
Chapter 12. Towards Semantic Business Processes: Concepts, Methodology and Implementation
Muhammad Ahtisham Aslam. University of Leipzig, Germany
Sören Auer. University of Leipzig, Germany
Klaus-Peter Fähnrich. University of Leipzig, Germany
Chapter 13. Experiences in building mobile e-business services: service provisioning and mobility
Ivano De Furio. AtosOrigin Italia S.p.A., Italy
Giovanni Frattini. AtosOrigin Italia S.p.A., Italy
Massimo Magaldi. AtosOrigin Italia S.p.A., Italy
Luigi Romano. AtosOrigin Italia S.p.A., Italy
Chapter 14. Towards the use of networked ontologies for dealing with knowledge-intensive domains: a pharmaceutical case study
Germ n Herrero C rcel. ATOS Origin SAE, Spain
Tom s Pariente Lobo. ATOS Origin SAE, Spain
Chapter 15. Semantic Competence Pull: A Semantics-based Architecture for Filling Competence Gaps in Organizations
Ricardo Colomo Palacios. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
Marcos Ruano Mayoral. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
Juan Miguel Gomez-Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
Angel García Crespo-Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
Chapter 16. Using Semantic Web Services in eBanking Solutions
Laurent Cicurel. Intelligent Software Components S.A., Spain
José Luís Bas. Bankinter, Spain
Sergio Bellido Gonzalez. Bankinter, Spain
Jesus Contreras. Intelligent Software Components S.A., Spain
Richard Benjamins. Intelligent Software Components S.A., Spain
Jose Manuel Lopez-Cobo. Intelligent Software Components S.A., Spain
Silvestre Losada. Intelligent Software Components S.A., Spain
Chapter 17. Formal Ontology for Media Rights Transactions
Adam Pease. Articulate Software, USA
Godfrey Rust. Rightscom,UK

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Management information systems.
Semantic Web.
E-commerce.