Accepted papers

EGOVIS & EDEM 2013 : Joint Conf. on Electronic Government, the Information Systems Perspective, and Electronic Democracy

  1. A Multi-Technique Approach for Recommender Systems
    Olatunji Omisore, Oluwarotimi Samuel, Temidayo Ogunniyi,
  2. Allowing Non-Identifying Information Disclosure in Citizen Opinion Evaluation
    Francesco Buccafurri, Lidia Fotia, Gianluca Lax,
  3. Assessing the Suitability of Current Smartphone Platforms for Mobile Government
    Thomas Zefferer, Sandra Kreuzhuber, Peter Teufl,
  4. Cloud Computing in E-Government across Europe
    Bernd Zwattendorfer, Klaus Stranacher, Arne Tauber, Peter Reichstädter,
  5. Digital Identity into practice: the case of UniCam
    Damiano Falcioni, Fabrizio Ippoliti, Fausto Marcantoni, Barbara Re,
  6. Factors Affecting Tendency of People to Participate in Internet Voting Systems
    Marziyeh AhmadZadeh, Farid Alizadeh,
  7. Managing Emergent Processes with Information-Based Agents
    John Debenham,
  8. On The Duality of E-Participation – Towards a foundation for Citizen-Led Participation
    Lukasz Porwol, Adegboyega Ojo, John Breslin,
  9. Ontology-based compliance checking on higher education processes
    Katalin Ternai, Ildikó Szabó, Krisztián Varga,
  10. Open Government Data - A Key Element in the Digital Society
    Henning Sten Hansen, Line Hvingel, Lise Schrøder,
  11. Open Government Data Catalogs: Current Approaches and Quality Perspective
    Jan Kucera, Dusan Chlapek, Martin Necasky,
  12. Policy Making Improvement through Social Learning
    Andrea Ko, András Gábor, Zoltán Szabó,
  13. The Synchronized Functional Project (SFP) of Public Administration
    Ivan Futo,
  14. Towards a Federated Identity as a Service Model
    Bernd Zwattendorfer, Klaus Stranacher, Arne Tauber,
  15. Towards a Linked Geospatial Data Infrastructure: The Case of INSPIRE
    Sonya Abbas, Adegboyega Ojo,
  16. Towards Mobile Government: Verification of Electronic Signatures on Smartphones
    Thomas Zefferer, Fabian Golser, Thomas Lenz,
  17. Transparency and Social Control via the Citizen’s Portal: a case study with the use of triangulation
    Lislaine Krupek Braz de Oliveira, Cristiano Maciel,
  18. Trust-service Status List based Signature Verification
    Klaus Stranacher, Thomas Lenz, Konrad Lanz,
  19. Understanding E-Government Development Barriers in CIS Countries and Exploring Mechanisms for Regional Cooperation
    Lyudmila Bershadskaya, Andrei Chugunov, Zamira Dzhusupova,