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The Resource E-government : towards electronic democracy : international conference, TCGOV 2005 Bolzano, Italy, March 2-4, 2005 proceedings, Michael Bohlen [and others], eds

E-government : towards electronic democracy : international conference, TCGOV 2005 Bolzano, Italy, March 2-4, 2005 proceedings, Michael Bohlen [and others], eds

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E-government : towards electronic democracy : international conference, TCGOV 2005 Bolzano, Italy, March 2-4, 2005 proceedings
Title
E-government
Title remainder
towards electronic democracy : international conference, TCGOV 2005 Bolzano, Italy, March 2-4, 2005 proceedings
Statement of responsibility
Michael Bohlen [and others], eds
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Language
eng
Summary
The TCGOV 2005 international conference on e-government was held at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano during March 2-4, 2005. The conference was initiated by the working group "Towards Electronic Democracy" (TED) of the European Science Foundation and was jointly organized by the Free University ofBozen-Bolzano, theMunicipalityofBozen-Bolzano, theTEDWorkingGroup, and the IFIP Working Group 8.5. The conference addressed a large spectrum of issues that are relevant and have to be investigated for a successful transition from the traditional form of government to a new form known as e-government. The main focus was on the following topics: - improving citizen participation and policy making (e-democracy) - government application integration - semantic Web technologies for e-government - security aspects for e-government services Two sessions were dedicated to e-democracy, an emerging area within- government that seeks to enhance democratic processes and provide increased opportunities for individuals and communities to be involved in governmental decisions. Thecontributionsofthesetwosessionscovermorefundamentalresults and insights as well as experiences from di?erent countries. Another focus was on government application integration and the use of - mantic Web technologies, which are important technical aspects on the agenda of e-government research. Di?erent architectures for the integration and orch- tration of distributed services and processes were presented along with two case studies. Three papers about Semantic Web technologies discussed the use of ontologies in e-government
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Cataloging source
GW5XE
Dewey number
352.3802854678
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Language note
English
LC call number
JF1525.A8
LC item number
T34 2005eb
Literary form
non fiction
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2005
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TCGOV 2005
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1964-
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Böhlen, Michael H.
Series statement
Lecture notes in artificial intelligence,
Series volume
3416
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  • Internet in public administration
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • Internet in public administration
  • Electronic government information
  • Informatique
  • Internet in public administration
  • Bürgernahe Verwaltung
  • E-Government
  • Cybergouvernement
  • Démocratie électronique
Label
E-government : towards electronic democracy : international conference, TCGOV 2005 Bolzano, Italy, March 2-4, 2005 proceedings, Michael Bohlen [and others], eds
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • "Public budget dialogue" -- an innovative approach to e-participation
  • Stefanie Roeder, Annika Poppenborg, Susanne Michaelis, Oliver Marker and Stefan Rene Salz
  • Enhancing e-democracy via fiscal transparency : a discussion based on China's experience
  • Ling Lan
  • Third way e-government : the case for local devolution
  • Ailsa Kolsaker
  • "Urban versus regional divide : comparing and classifying digital divide"
  • Enrico Ferro, Marco Cantamessa and Emilio Paolucci
  • e-Citizen : why waiting for the governments?
  • Armando Rech Filho
  • Using Weblogs to support local democracy
  • A zero knowledge proof for subset selection from a family of sets with applications to multiparty/multicandidate electronic elections
  • Tassos Dimitriou and Dimitris Foteinakis
  • A protocol for anonymous and accurate e-polling
  • Danilo Bruschi, Igor Nai Fovino and Andrea Lanzi
  • Model driven security for inter-organizational workflows in e-government
  • Ruth Breu, Michael Hafner, Barbara Weber and Andrea Novak
  • e-Government : a legislative ontology for the 'SIAP' parliamentary management system
  • Carmen Costilla, Juan P. Palacios, Jose Cremades and Jorge Vila
  • No (e- )democracy without (e- )knowledge
  • Giovanni M. Sacco
  • Ann Macintosh, Andy McKay-Hubbard and Danae Shell
  • Towards a semantically-driven software engineering environment for eGovernment
  • Dimitris Apostolou, Ljiljana Stojanovic, Tomas Pariente Lobo and Barbara Thoenssen
  • Towards requirements for a reference model for process orchestration in e-government
  • Jeffrey Gortmaker, Marijn Janssen and Rene W. Wagenaar
  • A distributed architecture for supporting e-government cooperative processes
  • Mariangela Contenti, Massimo Mecella, Alessandro Termini and Roberto Baldoni
  • eGovernment service marketplace : architecture and implementation
  • Elena Mugellini, Maria Chiara Pettenati, Omar Abou Khaled and Franco Pirri
  • Towards building e-government on the grid
  • Ying Li, Minglu Li and Yue Chen
  • Web-based tools for policy evaluation
  • Applying the ISO RM-ODP standard in e-government
  • B. Meneklis, A. Kaliontzoglou, D. Polemi and C. Douligeris
  • Quixote : supporting group decisions through the Web
  • J.A. Rubio, D. Rios Insua, Y. Rios and E. Fernandez
  • UNICAP : efficient decision support for academic resource and capacity management
  • Svetlana Vinnik and Marc H. Scholl
  • A methodology framework for calculating the cost of e-government services
  • Elias A. Hadzilias
  • Good practice in e-government : management over methods?
  • Lee Anthony Eddowes
  • Lasse Berntzen and Marte Winsvold
  • Participatory budget formation through the Web
  • J. Rios, D. Rios Insua, E. Fernandez and J.A. Rivero
  • On the transition to an open source solution for desktop office automation
  • Bruno Rossi, Barbara Russo, Paolo Zuliani and Giancarlo Succi
  • Public eProcurement in action : policies, practices and technologies
  • Catherine Hardy and Susan P. Williams
  • An integrated approach in healthcare e-procurement : the case-study of the ASL of Viterbo
  • Tommaso Federici
  • Can online map-based applications improve citizen participation?
  • Renate Steinmann, Alenka Krek and Thomas Blaschke
  • Interactive tools for e-democracy : examples from Switzerland
  • Jean-Loup Chappelet and Pierre Kilchenmann
Control code
262677899
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, 309 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783540322573
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other control number
10.1007/b106542.
Other physical details
illustrations.
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
978-3-540-25016-6
Publisher number
11395683
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)262677899
Label
E-government : towards electronic democracy : international conference, TCGOV 2005 Bolzano, Italy, March 2-4, 2005 proceedings, Michael Bohlen [and others], eds
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • "Public budget dialogue" -- an innovative approach to e-participation
  • Stefanie Roeder, Annika Poppenborg, Susanne Michaelis, Oliver Marker and Stefan Rene Salz
  • Enhancing e-democracy via fiscal transparency : a discussion based on China's experience
  • Ling Lan
  • Third way e-government : the case for local devolution
  • Ailsa Kolsaker
  • "Urban versus regional divide : comparing and classifying digital divide"
  • Enrico Ferro, Marco Cantamessa and Emilio Paolucci
  • e-Citizen : why waiting for the governments?
  • Armando Rech Filho
  • Using Weblogs to support local democracy
  • A zero knowledge proof for subset selection from a family of sets with applications to multiparty/multicandidate electronic elections
  • Tassos Dimitriou and Dimitris Foteinakis
  • A protocol for anonymous and accurate e-polling
  • Danilo Bruschi, Igor Nai Fovino and Andrea Lanzi
  • Model driven security for inter-organizational workflows in e-government
  • Ruth Breu, Michael Hafner, Barbara Weber and Andrea Novak
  • e-Government : a legislative ontology for the 'SIAP' parliamentary management system
  • Carmen Costilla, Juan P. Palacios, Jose Cremades and Jorge Vila
  • No (e- )democracy without (e- )knowledge
  • Giovanni M. Sacco
  • Ann Macintosh, Andy McKay-Hubbard and Danae Shell
  • Towards a semantically-driven software engineering environment for eGovernment
  • Dimitris Apostolou, Ljiljana Stojanovic, Tomas Pariente Lobo and Barbara Thoenssen
  • Towards requirements for a reference model for process orchestration in e-government
  • Jeffrey Gortmaker, Marijn Janssen and Rene W. Wagenaar
  • A distributed architecture for supporting e-government cooperative processes
  • Mariangela Contenti, Massimo Mecella, Alessandro Termini and Roberto Baldoni
  • eGovernment service marketplace : architecture and implementation
  • Elena Mugellini, Maria Chiara Pettenati, Omar Abou Khaled and Franco Pirri
  • Towards building e-government on the grid
  • Ying Li, Minglu Li and Yue Chen
  • Web-based tools for policy evaluation
  • Applying the ISO RM-ODP standard in e-government
  • B. Meneklis, A. Kaliontzoglou, D. Polemi and C. Douligeris
  • Quixote : supporting group decisions through the Web
  • J.A. Rubio, D. Rios Insua, Y. Rios and E. Fernandez
  • UNICAP : efficient decision support for academic resource and capacity management
  • Svetlana Vinnik and Marc H. Scholl
  • A methodology framework for calculating the cost of e-government services
  • Elias A. Hadzilias
  • Good practice in e-government : management over methods?
  • Lee Anthony Eddowes
  • Lasse Berntzen and Marte Winsvold
  • Participatory budget formation through the Web
  • J. Rios, D. Rios Insua, E. Fernandez and J.A. Rivero
  • On the transition to an open source solution for desktop office automation
  • Bruno Rossi, Barbara Russo, Paolo Zuliani and Giancarlo Succi
  • Public eProcurement in action : policies, practices and technologies
  • Catherine Hardy and Susan P. Williams
  • An integrated approach in healthcare e-procurement : the case-study of the ASL of Viterbo
  • Tommaso Federici
  • Can online map-based applications improve citizen participation?
  • Renate Steinmann, Alenka Krek and Thomas Blaschke
  • Interactive tools for e-democracy : examples from Switzerland
  • Jean-Loup Chappelet and Pierre Kilchenmann
Control code
262677899
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, 309 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783540322573
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other control number
10.1007/b106542.
Other physical details
illustrations.
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
978-3-540-25016-6
Publisher number
11395683
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)262677899

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