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Semantic technologies for E-government

Author: Tomás̆ Vitvar; Vassilios Peristeras; Konstantinos Tarabanis
Publisher: Heidelberg [Germany] ; New York : Springer, ©2010.
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"With this book, the editors present the latest research results on how to use semantic technologies in order to improve or even revolutionize the use of ICT in public administration systems. The contributions are organized into three parts: architectures and process integration, ontologies and interoperability, and portals and user interactions. They give a broad overview of how semantic technologies have been  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tomás̆ Vitvar; Vassilios Peristeras; Konstantinos Tarabanis
ISBN: 9783642035067 364203506X 3642035078 9783642035074
OCLC Number: 651485971
Description: xvi, 321 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Architectures and process integration --
Pan-European e-government services architecture / Tomás̆ Vitvar [and others] --
Employing semantic technologies for the orchestration of government services / Tomás̆ Sabol, Karol Furdik, and Marián Mach --
The modelling of knowledge-intensive processes using semantics / Daniela Feldkamp, Knut Hinkelmann, and Barbara Thönssen --
E-government goes semantic Web : how administrations can transform their information processes / Ralf Klischewski and Stefan Ukena --
Ontologies and interoperability --
A semantic cooperation and interoperability platform for the European Chambers of Commerce / Michele Missikoff and Francesco Taglino --
SEEMP: a networked marketplace for employment services / Irene Celino [and others] --
Semantic repositories for egovernment initiatives: integrating knowledge and services / Matteo Palmonari and Gianluigi Viscusi --
Toward an e-government semantic platform / Marco Luca Sbodio [and others] --
Portals and user interaction --
Semantic-based knowledge management in e-government: modeling attention for proactive information delivery / Konstantinos Samiotis and Nend Stojanovic --
Personalization in e-government: an approach that combines semantics and Web 2.0 / Kay-Uwe Schmidt [and others] --
A semantically enabled portal for facilitating the public service provision / Nikolaos Loutas [and others].
Responsibility: Tomas Vitvar, Vassilios Peristeras, Konstantinos Tarabanis, editors.

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Recent advances in semantic technology are presented in this volume as solutions for public administration. Valuable applications are discussed, such as e-government portals, web-based public  Read more...

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