Accepted papers

EGOVIS 2014 : 3rd International Conference on Electronic Government and the Information Systems Perspective

  1. A Recommendation System for Heritage-Tourism based on Mobile Application and Ontology Technique
    kunyanuth kularbphettong, Pattarapan Roonrakwit , Cholticha Tongsiri, Bundit Ngamkam
  2. Accessibility issues in e-government
    Eleanor Leist, Dan Smith
  3. Ahead in the g-clouds: policies, deployment and issues
    Aliya Mukhametzhanova, Richard Harvey, Dan Smith
  4. An Efficient Homomorphic E-Voting System over Elliptic Curves
    M.Àngels Cerveró, Víctor Mateu, Josep M. Miret, Francesc Sebé, Javier Valera
  5. An Interoperability Approach for Enabling Access to e-Justice Systems across Europe
    Enrico Francesconi
  6. Application of Process Ontology to improve the Funding Allocation process at the European Institute of Innovation and Technology
    Matteo Arru
  7. Breaking the barriers of e-participation: the experience of Russian Digital Office development
    Samuil Gorelik, Vitaly Lyaper, Lyudmila Bershadskaya, Francesco Buccafurri
  8. Business Intelligence Systems as Management, Accountability and Transparency Tools for the Government: the Case of Platform Aquarius
    Ethel Airton Capuano
  9. Certification of SME on-line
    Miguel Cruz, Rita Serrano, João Gonçalves
  10. Combining knowledge management and business process management – A solution for information extraction from business process models focusing on BPM challenges
    Katalin Ternai, Mátyás Török, Krisztián Varga
  11. E-mail Responsiveness in the Public Sector
    Hanne Sørum
  12. Empowering Users to Specify and Manage their Privacy Preferences in e-Government Environments
    Prokopios Drogkaris, Aristomenis Gritzalis, Costas Lambrinoudakis
  13. Environmental thesauri under the lens of reusability
    Riccardo Albertoni, Monica De Martino, Paola Podestà
  14. Exploring the Determinants of Citizens’ Intention to Participate in the Development of e-Government Services
  15. Extending Computerized Adaptive Testing to Multiple Objectives: Envisioned on a Case from the Health Care.
    Christian Weber, Réka Vas
  16. From Legislation towards Service Development An Approach to Agile Implementation of Legislation
    Tom van Engers, Sjir Nijssen
  17. Helios Verification: To Alleviate, or to Nominate: Is That The Question, Or Shall We Have Both?
    Stephan Neumann, Maina Olembo, Karen Renaud, Melanie Volkamer
  18. Model of Digital Mediation to support Communication between Teachers Unions and the Education Community
    Artur Afonso Sousa, Pedro Agante, Carlos Quental, Luís Borges Gouveia
  19. Modelling, Fusion and Exploration of Regional Statistics and Indicators with Linked Data tools
    Valentina Janev, Vuk Mijovic, Dejan Paunovic, Uros Milosevic
  20. Open Government Data Behyond Transparency: Italian Case
    Monica Palmirani, Michele Martoni, Dino Girardi
  21. Persistent Storage and Query of E-government Ontologies in Relational Databases
    Jean Vincent Fonou-Dombeu, Mwenya Phiri Nicholas, Magda Huisman
  22. Process-based Knowledge Extraction in a Public Authority: A Text Mining Approach
    Saira Andleeb Gillani, Andrea Ko
  23. Social Signature: Signing by Tweeting
    Francesco Buccafurri, Lidia Fotia, Gianluca Lax