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An Overview of Attributes Characterization for Interoperability Assessment from the Public Administration Perspective [chapter]

José Marcelo A. P. Cestari, Eduardo de Freitas R. Loures, Eduardo A. P. Santos, Yongxin Liao, Hervé Panetto, Mario Lezoche
2014 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The government interoperability frameworks (GIFs) are mainly centered on technical perspective neglecting important actual issues in Public Administration (PA) as the performance of their services and  ...  used as input for an IA model.  ...  to help the IA of public administration entities.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-45550-0_33 fatcat:dhqzgrnnabcnxfobmkmmgl2vfy

"How much?" Is Not Enough - An Analysis of Open Budget Initiatives [article]

Alan Freihof Tygel, Judie Attard, Fabrizio Orlandi, Maria Luiza Machado Campos, Sören Auer
2015 arXiv   pre-print
A worldwide movement towards the publication of Open Government Data is taking place, and budget data is one of the key elements pushing this trend.  ...  We identify the main features of these initiatives with a double objective: (i) to drive a structured analysis, relating some dimensions to their possible impacts, and (ii) to derive characterization attributes  ...  Characterization attributes: As a characterization attribute, we check for the existence of metadata in an open budget initiative (CA11).  ... 
arXiv:1504.01563v1 fatcat:zoavxykjajeqtosssr3uneu76a

Conceptualizing a national data infrastructure for Switzerland

Beat Estermann, Marianne Fraefel, Alessia C. Neuroni, Jürgen Vogel
2018 Information Polity  
Our findings also suggest that the notion of a NDI should be approached from four perspectives: a big data, a base register, an open data, and a mydata perspective.  ...  In order to foster a shared vision of what a NDI is about, stakeholder interviews were carried out with representatives of public administration, research, civil society, and the private sector.  ...  as well as our colleagues at the E-Government Institute of the Bern University of Applied Sciences and the members of the the EGPA Permanent Study Group on E-Government for their helpful comments on an  ... 
doi:10.3233/ip-170033 fatcat:vb64idm5izfivlbzzqq7efrk7e

Information Systems Interoperability in Public Administration: Identifying the Major Acting Forces through a Delphi Study

Delfina Soares, Luis Amaral
2011 Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research  
Information Systems (IS) interoperability in Public Administration (PA) is a main goal and a major challenge for PA professionals.  ...  The results of this study provide an understanding of the complex of forces acting in IS interoperability, contributing to improve the study, management, and implementation of these initiatives and, consequently  ...  factor for the implementation of IS interoperability initiatives in PA RP14 -The inexistence of an Enterprise Architecture for Public Administration is a limiting factor for the implementation of IS interoperability  ... 
doi:10.4067/s0718-18762011000100006 fatcat:63dj2tplffbkbd6yayom5tfhne

D2.2 Generic, federated OOP architecture (2nd version)

Eric Grandry, Paul Brandt, Jerry Dimitriou, Sander Fieten, Carmen Rotuna, Jaak Tepandi, Täks. Ermo, Jack Verhoosel, Dimitrios Zeginis
2018 Zenodo  
Summaries of the main characteristics of the applicable Building Blocks provided in D2.1 establish a starting point for the technology architecture.  ...  about the Single Digital Gateway (SDGR), and uses results of the e-SENS European Interoperability Reference Architecture.  ...  These legal principles are assessed from the perspective of the architect, and the architecture impacts are identified -as summarized in the below table 9 .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3947806 fatcat:plt63kt6uncotdymoevkwmp2fi

Architectures for enterprise integration and interoperability: Past, present and future

David Chen, Guy Doumeingts, François Vernadat
2008 Computers in industry (Print)  
Then an overview on architectures for enterprise integration developed since the middle of the 1980s is presented.  ...  The main part of the paper focuses on the recent developments on architectures for enterprise interoperability. The main initiatives and existing works are presented.  ...  There is also an important need to develop on the one hand an agreed architecture representation language and evaluation method/metrics so that architecture proposals can be properly described, assessed  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compind.2007.12.016 fatcat:abrraxsn7rgf5dxaxxriwmmsnq

Semantic interoperability: A central issue for sharing geographic information

Francis Harvey, Werner Kuhn, Hardy Pundt, Yaser Bishr, Catharina Riedemann
1999 The annals of regional science  
This paper presents an overview of semantic interoperability and through case studies shows the breadth and depth of issues and approaches in di¨erent countries and at di¨erent levels of organizations.  ...  While the OpenGIS consortium has made important progress on technical interoperability, semantic interoperability still remains an unpassed hurdle for e¨orts to share geographic information across organizational  ...  information (NSDI) (National Academy of Public Administration 1998).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s001680050102 fatcat:je6sxhwumbhplmlqedu3lapp4y


C. E. Kilsedar, L. Frigerio, M. Bonano, G. Bordogna, P. Carrara, P. Imperatore, R. Lanari, M. Manzo, A. Pepe, M. A. Brovelli
2019 The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
solutions for encouraging the use of time series of big geodata by scientists, public administrators, and the citizens of urban areas.  ...  </strong> This paper describes an experiment carried out within the project "URBAN GEOmatics for Bulk data Generation, Data Assessment and Technology Awareness (URBAN GEO BIG DATA)" on novel technological  ...  solutions for encouraging the use of BGD by scientists, public administrators, and the citizens of urban areas.  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprs-archives-xlii-4-w14-135-2019 fatcat:azrpvx6bbvbbnfsnjpdbpafgci

ERP Implementation and Interoperability Growth as Organization Improvement Agents in Public Administration Further Development

Darko Lugonja
2018 Journal of Information and Organizational Sciences  
Interoperability represents strong support for implementation, integration or further development for public administration.  ...  Further public administration development depends on numerous various influences - stakeholders' and public needs, so when planned to be developed, implemented or improved, they have to be carefully considered  ...  There are many maturity models, but few of them were developed for interoperability assessment.  ... 
doi:10.31341/jios.42.1.6 fatcat:45c7lrnvkzfq3pahylqhh5jmai

Open Data and the Status Quo – A Fine-Grained Evaluation Framework for Open Data Quality and an Analysis of Open Data portals in Germany [article]

Lisa Wenige, Claus Stadler, Michael Martin, Richard Figura, Robert Sauter, Christopher W. Frank
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Additionally, we propose quality measures that allow for valid assessments regarding cross-portal findability and uniqueness of dataset descriptions.  ...  This paper presents a framework for assessing data and metadata quality within Open Data portals.  ...  : - = # # (4) An ODP is attributed an open API when it is possible to programmatically collect metadata for data collections in JSON or DCAT formats from the portal.  ... 
arXiv:2106.09590v1 fatcat:2soey2yxp5ghtajmuj2dsoeksi

A model for the elicitation of organizational system interoperability requirements

Daniel Eduardo Paz Perafán, Francisco José Pino Correa, Sandra Lorena Buitrón
2020 Ingeniería solidaria  
Conclusion: from the application of the model in the elicitation of a set of IR of two functional areas of an organization, it was identified that the attributes favor the common understanding among members  ...  Objective: to identify, define and classify a set of attributes that constitute the interoperability at the business level, which must be considered during the elicitation of an IR.  ...  The proposals chosen were those that characterized interoperability from different levels.  ... 
doi:10.16925/2357-6014.2020.03.01 fatcat:43ep3jabazga7b7jfcxsv67tmu

D2.1 Generic, federated OOP architecture (1st version)

Jaak Tepandi, J.P.C. Verhoosel, Dimitrios Zeginis, Gunnar Wettergren, Jerry Dimitriou, Carmen Rotuna, Cagatay Carabat, Özlem Albayrak, Erol Yilmaz, Thomas Lampoltshammer, Ermo Täks, Andriana Prentza (+4 others)
2018 Zenodo  
The overall logic of the deliverable emerges from the principle of reusing existing frameworks and building blocks provided by CEF, e-SENS, and other initiatives.  ...  As the first step, an initial inventory of existing e- Government Building Blocks is proposed.  ...  A user story is an informal description of one or more system features from the user perspective.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3947802 fatcat:lps6vusdefg53kumj56pcq7o4u

e-Government – Assisting Reformed Public Administration in Romania

Andreea GATMAN
2011 Revista Romana de Economie  
The construction and management of the virtual space becomes an essential element of modern public administration. The assumption is that Governments become more efficient in an electronic "version".  ...  The adoption of web-based technologies in order to deliver government services has become a global trend in public administration. e-Government also means that governments have to act as a private entity  ...  Acknowledgements I would like to thank for their contribution to Mrs Roxana Zamfir, project manager from the National Centre for Digital Romania and to all collaborators from the above mentioned institution  ... 
doaj:8d841843a72e4fb680b35b1a3b005ded fatcat:ixacrcfl55ctpcd5t7dm5ijfpy

Data interchange standards in healthcare IT--computable semantic interoperability: now possible but still difficult, do we really need a better mousetrap?

Charles N Mead
2006 Journal of healthcare information management : JHIM  
In this context, the article will give readers an overview of one of the prime constructs of Version 3, the Reference Information Model (RIM).  ...  After that, there will be a brief overview of the primary motivations for HL7 Version 3 in the presence of the unequivocal success of Version 2.  ...  The data are not semantically interoperable from a computational perspective unless all systems are informed of the semantics of the specific tag set before receiving the data.  ... 
pmid:16429961 fatcat:hgotxd6mafgeznpl7ybt2g3t4m

Back to Practice, a Decade of Research in E-Government [chapter]

Saïd Assar, Imed Boughzala, Isabelle Boydens
2010 Practical Studies in E-Government  
The goal of this chapter is to review evolution of the e-government field from an institutional and an academic point of view.  ...  Efforts to theoretically found the field have opened perspectives from multiple research domains.  ...  Chapter 2, entitled "E-procurement, from project to practice: Empirical evidence from the French public sector" by Godefroy Beauvallet, Younès Boughzala and Saïd Assar, is an analysis of public e-procurement  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4419-7533-1_1 fatcat:bcqel7ubxja4zn7otkppownwxe
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