Semantic web for E-Government - Department of Computer Science

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Semantic web for

E
-
Government

Lingling CUI

Motivation

E
-
Government

Content

Scientific and technical overview

Relative works

What semantic web brings to e
-
government

How e
-
government deploy semantic technologies

Example applications

Future issues

Reference

Scientific and technical
overview

Semantic web

“an extension of the current web in which
information is given well
-
defined meaning, better
enabling computers and people to work in
cooperation.”

Two features: machine readable; ontology basis

Tim Berners
-
Lee

Scientific and technical
overview

Ontology

In theory
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specification of a conceptualization

In practical
-

a description of some domain
knowledge.

Web service

Reusable computational resources

Scientific and technical
overview

Semantic web services

Semantic web technologies applied to web services.

Combine flexibility, reusability, and universal access of
WSs with the power of semantic markup and
reasoning

A promising infrastructure for next generation e
-
Government services

Addressing integration and interoperability

Related works

EU
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PUBLI.com
project

Distributed,
autonomous systems
of each Public
Administration can be
brought together into
a common
cooperative
environment

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Related works

eGOV project

put forward a kind of
system
infrastructure, and
realize the objective
of on
-
line one stop
government

Related works

“GovML”

based on XML and
used for describing
public services and
life events.

What semantic web brings
to e
-
government?

School

Hospital

Post Office

userId: ..

Name: ..

Education:..

..

..

..


What semantic web brings
to e
-
government?

Make search process more intelligent

Semantic web help to realize One
-
stop portals

Resource sharing between different agencies

How semantic technologies
deployed

Knowledge Modeling

Ontologies for describing concepts and services

knowledge retention and creation

Creating the infrastructure for semantic
interoperability

knowledge use and transfer

Example applications
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FSSA

Indiana family and social services
administration

serves families and individuals facing hardships associated
with low income, disability, aging, and children at risk for
healthy development.

Knowledge modeling
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ontology

FSSA database are organized as distributed ontologies

FSSA application is wrapped with an e
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service, and e
-
service space is organized into distributed ontologies.

Example applications
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FSSA

infrastructure for semantic interoperability
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WebDG

Web Digital Government, A knowledge collaborative
portal

querying databases


invoking FSSA applications

realize composing e
-
government services and
optimization of querying e
-
government services

Future issues

Challenge of privacy, data protection and
authentication

Cannot standardize the method to markup
informational resources

Reference

M. J. Ralf Klischewski, "Semantic Web Technologies for Information Management," in System
Sciences, 2004.

Available at:

http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/articleDetails.jsp?reload=true&arnumber=1265305&contentType=C
onference+Publications

E. T. Gregory Kavadias, "GovML: A Markup Language for Describing Public Services and Life
Events," 2003

Available at:
http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1792066


B. M. A. R. Athman Bouguettaya, "WebDG
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A Platform for E
-
Government Web Services." 2004.

Available at:
http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/summary?doi=10.1.1.110.2184

A. E. B. M. M. O. Athman Bouttaya, "Ontology
-
based Support for Digital Government”, 2001

Available at:
http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=672201

McIver, Jr., William J. and Elmagarmid, Ahmed K, 2002 , “Advances in Digital Government:
Technology, Human Factors, and Policy”.

Available at:
http://www.springerlink.com/content/ur52336293500751/

Reference

Love Eriksson, October 2008, “Semantic Web in relations to E
-
Government”

Available at:
http://loveeriksson.com/portfolio/LoveErikssonPaperFinal.pdf

Asunción Gómez
-
Pérez and Oscar Corcho, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, “Ontology Languages for the
Semantic Web”

Avalible at :
http://oa.upm.es/2646/1/JCR01.pdf

Mamadou Tadiou Koné, William McIver Jr., “Semantic Web in E
-
government”

Available at:
http://www.irma
-
international.org/viewtitle/14083/

Jesús Fernández Ruíz,“Semantic Web Use Cases and Case Studies Case Study: An Intelligent Search Engine
for Online Services for Public”, Jan 2007

Available at:
http://www.w3.org/2001/sw/sweo/public/UseCases/Zaragoza/Zaragoza.pdf

Parsa Mirhaj, “Case Study: Semantic Web Technology for Public Health Situation Awareness”, School March
2007

Available at:
http://www.w3.org/2001/sw/sweo/public/UseCases/UniTexas/

Ralf Klischewski “Semantic Web for e
-
Government” 2003

Available at:
http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/summary?doi=10.1.1.2.7514