Personal eBanking Solutions Based on Semantic Web Services. Corcho, Ó., Losada, S., Benjamins, R., Bas, J., & Bellido, S. Noviembre 2006. Ontology Engineering Group ? OEG
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We describe how Semantic Web Service technology can be used for the provision of personal e-banking online services. We describe two deployed applications: an overdraft notification service and a mortgage comparison service. The former accesses the bank accounts of a user as well as utility goods Web sites where invoicing information is stored and estimates whether the user will be in an overdraft situation in the near future, alerting him/her by e-mail or SMS. The latter accesses the mortgage information provided by the heterogeneous Web sites of different banks and allows users to compare them according to different types of criteria. The chapter not only focuses on the technological decisions followed to implement and deploy these services, but also on the added value of applying Semantic Web Services for them.
@unpublished{upm5650,
          volume = {37/200},
           month = {Noviembre},
          author = {{\'O}scar Corcho and S. Losada and R. Benjamins and J.L. Bas and S. Bellido},
            note = {Ontology Engineering Group ? OEG},
       booktitle = {E-Service Intelligence},
          editor = {Jie Lu and Da Ruan and Guangquan Zhang},
         address = {Berl{\'i}n, Alemania},
           title = {Personal eBanking Solutions Based on Semantic Web Services},
       publisher = {Springer-Verlag},
            year = {2006},
           pages = {287--306},
        keywords = {oeg},
             url = {http://oa.upm.es/5650/},
        abstract = {We describe how Semantic Web Service technology can be used for the provision of personal e-banking online services. We describe two deployed applications: an overdraft notification service and a mortgage comparison service. The former accesses the bank accounts of a user as well as utility goods Web sites where invoicing information is stored and estimates whether the user will be in an overdraft situation in the near future, alerting him/her by e-mail or SMS. The latter accesses the mortgage information provided by the heterogeneous Web sites of different banks and allows users to compare them according to different types of criteria. The chapter not only focuses on the technological decisions followed to implement and deploy these services, but also on the added value of applying Semantic Web Services for them.}
}

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