Journal of Information Systems Engineering and Management

Design of a trust system for e-commerce platforms based on quality dimensions for linked open datasets
Camilo Alejandro Valencia-Martinez 1, Paulo Alonso Gaona-García 1 * , Carlos Enrique Montenegro-Marin 1
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1 Francisco José de Caldas District University, Colombia
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Journal of Information Systems Engineering and Management, 2023 - Volume 8 Issue 1, Article No: 18756
https://doi.org/10.55267/iadt.07.12741

Published Online: 03 Jan 2023

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ABSTRACT
This article describes a proposal about a trust system for e-commerce platform based on semantic web technologies and trust dimensions rules. We try to expose a system that allow to manage communication processes between e-commerce platforms and users in a trustworthy manner. It allows the data flows and transactions gain more trust across the entire process. All of this can be achieved through the inference of rules exposed in the defined ontology, complemented by a cloud-based system with microservices architecture. With the implementation of the system through an e-commerce platform, could consume data from the microservices in order to get inferences about its clients that want to buy or sell something within its system. This system was created based on rules defined by the ontology, as well as the microservices could be used to register information about multiple e-commerce transactions. The result of this work is the Ontology and semantic web rules defined and implemented through protege.
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