Semantic Web for e-Government

  title={Semantic Web for e-Government},
  author={Ralf Klischewski},
As the e-government domain is about to become a field of application for Semantic Web technologies, the actors involved still lack reasoning to decide on critical issues such as organisational cost/benefit, „user“ involvement, technical integration, and implementation strategy. Firstly, the paper seeks to identify “semantic problems” in e-government as prerequisite for discussing the requirements for the application of Semantic Web technologies. Secondly, experiences from an ongoing project are… CONTINUE READING
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