Ontology Driven E-Government

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Ontology Driven E-Government
: This paper presents an approach to model ontologies for the e-Government domain as a basis for an integrated e-Government environment. Over the last couple of years the application of semantic methodologies and technologies in the e-Government domain has become an important field of research. A significant number of these approaches aim at automatic service discovery and service orchestration (Lu et al. 2004) (Crichton et al. 2007) by adding and utilizing semantic annotations to web services. In contrast to these approaches it was our idea to use semantic methodologies in a more forward-engineering manner – to create a semantic model first and to use this model e.g. for service selection but also as basis for the automatic generation of “intelligent” web forms. Thus the ontologies can be seen as a model that forms the basis of a Model Driven Architecture (Miller et al. 2001) approach to e-Government. That is why we call it Ontology Driven e-Government. The principle is rather s...
Peter Salhofer, Bernd Stadlhofer, Gerald Tretter
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Authors Peter Salhofer, Bernd Stadlhofer, Gerald Tretter
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