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Interlinking the Social Web with Semantics
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This paper deals with applying semantic Web technologies to the social Web can lead to a social semantic Web, creating a network of interlinked and semantically rich knowledge. Expand
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Towards a Reference Architecture for Semantically Interoperable Clouds
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This paper focuses on the emerging problem of semantic interoperability between heterogeneous cooperating Cloud platforms. Expand
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Enabling Problem Based Learning through Web 2.0 Technologies: PBL 2.0
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In this paper, we present PBL 2.0 framework, i.e., a framework combining PBL practices with Web2.0 social learning and develop a learning platform to support the new learning practices. Expand
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WSMO-PA: Formal Specification of Public Administration Service Model on Semantic Web Service Ontology
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We define a formal model for a public administration service on the basis of the Web service modeling ontology (WSMO). Expand
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Transforming E-government and E-participation through IT
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This paper dealt with the topic of E-government and E-participation aiming to provide the technologies and tools for more efficient public administration systems and more participatory decision processes. Expand
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Towards an enterprise architecture for public administration using a top-down approach
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The use of Enterprise Architectures is becoming increasingly widespread in the private sector. Expand
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Governance enterprise architecture (GEA): domain models for e-governance
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We propose the Governance Enterprise Architecture (GEA) as a set of domain models that serve as a top-level enterprise architecture. Expand
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Towards a reference service model for the Web of Services
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This paper introduces a reference service model (RSM) that closes the gap between two phenomenically contradictory service annotation paradigms: traditional semantic service frameworks and the emerging social annotation of services. Expand
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Linked Open Government Data [Guest editors' introduction]
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Government data covers authoritative and valuable information about our society. Expand
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The Connection, Communication, Consolidation, Collaboration Interoperability Framework (C4IF) For Information Systems Interoperability
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In this paper, we review the growing literature of interoperability typologies for information systems and propose an interoperality typology framework to provide a synthesis. Expand
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