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Participatory Service Design through Composed and Coordinated Service Feature Models [chapter]

Erik Wittern, Nelly Schuster, Jörn Kuhlenkamp, Stefan Tai
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Our method and tool applies service-orientation to collaborative design, thereby taking participatory service engineering to the level of coordinated service composition.  ...  We present a service-oriented approach for engineering design artifacts: service feature models are introduced as compositions of model parts that can be contributed by different stakeholders and software  ...  Here, we introduce service feature models (SFMs) as a modeling approach for service design to create such coordinated, composed design artifacts: SFMs capture design aspects that are contributed by different  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-34321-6_11 fatcat:wczhbmmfmzgw3kr3w2orac2yhy

Engineering software assemblies for participatory democracy

James Holston, Valérie Issarny, Cristhian Parra
2016 Proceedings of the 38th International Conference on Software Engineering Companion - ICSE '16  
As an initial step, we have developed a service-oriented software platform, called AppCivist-PB, focused on a specific, yet representative use case of participatory democracy, namely, Participatory Budgeting  ...  As a result, ICT may enable citizens to undertake both government through direct assembly and collective action at a scale and an efficacy previously considered impossible.  ...  Finally, while composition might be easy for developers, we need to design the user experience so that it makes it feasible for activists to compose services and thereby easier for them to achieve their  ... 
doi:10.1145/2889160.2889221 dblp:conf/icse/HolstonIP16 fatcat:sr263aqwrnhd7mqjphiuqlfkli

Structured Participation Toolkit: An enabler for knowledge production in Science Gateway

Mary J. Roderick, Timothy L. Nyerges
2013 2013 IEEE International Conference on Cluster Computing (CLUSTER)  
Participatory, structured analytic-deliberation is key to deepening shared understanding, particularly as problem complexity increases, and should be integrated with analysis tools.  ...  decision-making; as well as to provide an open, transparent decision repository and participation metrics.  ...  See the W3C definition of Web services at While specifically for SOAP Web services, non-SOAP services follow a similar design paradigm.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cluster.2013.6702699 dblp:conf/cluster/RoderickN13 fatcat:i7ankksauzc6bowgmzwl2i4yum

Discussion on the Role of NGO from the Perspective of Participatory Governance-Study on "Community Service Management by Project in Qingyan Street, Daxing District, Beijing"

Long Fei
2016 Sociology and Anthropology  
It discusses the role of an NGO (Community Participation Service Center )plays in "Community Service Management by Project", that is: ideas updating, ability building and resource coordinating.  ...  It points out that: with the unique advantages of being professional, efficient and integrity, NGOs can play a part in the grassroots social governance in China that the government and market cannot play  ...  In "Participatory Community Service Management by Project", the traditional top-to-down model of community service will be transformed into an project model in which vulnerable groups will be paid attention  ... 
doi:10.13189/sa.2016.040901 fatcat:fetakppgbffwffw555cbculgze

Citizen participation and discontent in three Southern European health systems

Mauro Serapioni, Ana Raquel Matos
2014 Social Science and Medicine  
This article focuses on the most relevant experiences of citizen participation designed and implemented in the three selected countries, describing their key features and potential, as well as the main  ...  Participation has featured in political agendas in recent decades and the domain of healthcare has not been indifferent to its appeal.  ...  These were consortia, designed to achieve a greater level of coordination and integration within the health system between local governments and the government of the Autonomous Community.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2014.06.006 pmid:24947551 fatcat:gjnfebc2ofbt3g76yq5e4j3uqe

Bottom-up, Top-down? Connecting Software Architecture Design with Use [chapter]

Monika Büscher, Michael Christensen, Klaus Marius Hansen, Preben Mogensen, Dan Shapiro
2008 Computer Supported Cooperative Work  
'Infrastructural' design issues like software architectures, programming languages, communication, security, and resource models do not seem to be in need of, nor amenable to, participatory design.  ...  Participatory design has traditionally focused on the design of technology applications or the co-realisation of a more holistic socio-technical bricolage of new and existing technologies and practices  ...  and raise important questions: • Is it possible to more directly couple design of infrastructure features to the design of application features?  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-84628-925-5_8 fatcat:am6cdutw45dlrbqggm4tqr5bui

Green Virtual Enterprise Broker: Enabling Build-to-Order Supply Chains for Sustainable Customer-Driven Small Series Production [chapter]

David Romero, Sergio Cavalieri, Barbara Resta
2014 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
This kind of solutions call for a novel Participatory-Engineering-to-Order (P-ETO) production approach, since the whole community, through a participatory mechanism, needs to be involved in the definition  ...  basic judging elements, such as: product functional features, service mix and quality, total cost of ownership, social and environmental impact.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-44736-9_53 fatcat:jluocomodvbijofhaxmzyutqn4

Towards Categorizing E-Government Services: The Case of Egypt

Mohamed Ramzy Zakaria
2015 International Journal of Business Research and Development  
This development has, in some countries and in the research community, been discussed through the development of different e-government maturity models describing the evolution of services through various  ...  Through the methodology employed by the model more accurate descriptions are given to the offered eservices.  ...  Furthermore, it is composed of two sub-classes: -Non-Financial (C2A): it includes online submission and files uploading -Financial (C2B): it represents online payment for the required service. d) Participatory  ... 
doi:10.24102/ijbrd.v3i3.546 fatcat:ioc43bvx4bbnvpcfjyfwstnj3a

Implementing a Service of Independent Living Using a Participatory Approach

Ivan Traina
2016 OALib  
Realized in the framework of the doctoral thesis titled "Social inclusion of vulnerable groups through participatory and emancipatory approaches.  ...  Implementing active citizenship and socially innovative actions in the framework of civil & human rights model of disability".  ...  Through this, participants became co-designers and co-creators of the service.  ... 
doi:10.4236/oalib.1102591 fatcat:emui57de4je4bh35rhnxoagdha

Architectural Design and Prototyping of Co-PPGIS: A Groupware-Based Online Synchronous Collaborative PPGIS to Support Municipality Development and Planning Management Workflows [chapter]

Muhammad A. Butt, Syed Amer Mahmood, Javed Sami, Jahanzeb Qureshi, Muhammad Kashif Nazir, Amer Masood, Khadija Waheed, Aysha Khalid
2019 Trends in Geomatics - An Earth Science Perspective  
The main focus of this chapter is on the development and design of a Web Collaborative PPGIS (Co-PPGIS) infrastructure.  ...  As part of municipality's planning and management services, Co-PPGIS is developed for real-time map sharing application system.  ...  Geometry feature service: Geometry feature service is noted in JavaScript languages and JSP.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.80091 fatcat:nrhs4c2lcnbtpfejkpmb7hrxyu

The Participation of Senior Citizens in Policy-Making: Patterning Initiatives in Europe

Roberto Falanga, Andreas Cebulla, Andrea Principi, Marco Socci
2020 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
Despite emerging evidence of initiatives engaging senior citizens in social activities, little is known about the use of participatory approaches in the design and/or implementation of policies that matter  ...  Case studies illustrate approaches taken to enhance the quality and effectiveness of public services for senior citizens.  ...  Acknowledgments: We would like to acknowledge our colleagues Amílcar Moreira, Agnès Romanini and David Wilkinson who gave their support to this research as members of the MOPACT project.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph18010034 pmid:33374566 fatcat:4naqvqqqybaibc7o2uclq4fa6y

Participatory Rural Spatial Planning Based on a Virtual Globe-Based 3D PGIS

Linjun Yu, Xiaotong Zhang, Feng He, Yalan Liu, Dacheng Wang
2020 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
The interactive landscape design tools allow stakeholders to present their own suggestions and designs, just like playing a computer game, thus improving their interactive planning abilities on-site.  ...  In conclusion, virtual globe-based 3D PGIS highly supports the participatory rural landscape planning process and is potentially applicable to other regions.  ...  Acknowledgments: We thank the National Key Research and Development Program of China for financial support.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi9120763 fatcat:nsbb6arf7bewvd7wpft5lr666y

Developing Knowledge-Based Citizen Participation Platform to Support Smart City Decision Making: The Smarticipate Case Study

Zaheer Khan, Jens Dambruch, Jan Peters-Anders, Andreas Sackl, Anton Strasser, Peter Fröhlich, Simon Templer, Kamran Soomro
2017 Information  
However, generating automated feedback on citizens' proposals requires modelling domain-specific knowledge i.e., vocabulary and rules, which can be applied on spatial and temporal 3D models.  ...  Existing participatory approaches often lack such a feedback feature. In addition, achieving this objective is not straightforward due to the following reasons:  ...  Peter Fröhlich and Andreas Sackl are responsible for designing front end of the smarticipate platform. All contributed to section 3 about the system concept and technologies.  ... 
doi:10.3390/info8020047 fatcat:uzev2r4hsjdbzmlmbe4ergivhe

Eucalyptus: Intelligent Infrastructure Enabled Participatory Design Studio

Michael Jemtrud, Philam Nguyen, Bruce Spencer, Martin Brooks, Sandy Liu, Yong Liang, Bo Xu, Libo Zhang
2006 Proceedings of the 2006 Winter Simulation Conference  
The emergence of Service Oriented Architectures and User-Controlled LightPaths ("intelligent infrastructure") herald the beginning of a new age where fully participatory multi-site design may become possible  ...  The networks, visualization & communication tools, Service Oriented Architecture & Web Services, work protocols, and physical site designs of the Eucalyptus project being developed by the authors will  ...  files through the File Management Service.  ... 
doi:10.1109/wsc.2006.322992 dblp:conf/wsc/JemtrudNSBLLXZ06 fatcat:ly3enpjm4bcyxjaqsx6rrbefa4

Towards a Reference Model and a Web-Based Framework for eParticipation Services Design

Federica Paganelli, Francesca Pecchi
2013 Information Resources Management Journal  
It offers the most interesting features, since it helps designers in putting into practice the proposed participation model and guidelines.  ...  This view offers a drag&drop menu that eases the design of the participatory process and front-end application (i.e. the Participation Process View), through the following steps: • First, the designer  ...  Her research interests include institution and social network analysis and design and public administration innovation through ICT.  ... 
doi:10.4018/irmj.2013040101 fatcat:f63gii76djfgvi3akuzawxnlme
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