Accepted papers

EGOVIS & EDEM 2012 - accepted papers:

  1. A Case Study on the National Database Project in Korea
    Shinae Shin, Misoo Kwon, Young-Il Kwon,
  2. A Design Framework for collaboration in systems of systems
    Igor Hawryszkiewycz,
  3. A Framework for Storing and Providing Aggregated Governmental Linked Open Data
    Tomáš Knap, Martin Necaský, Martin Svoboda,
  4. A Service-oriented Integration Platform to Support a Joined-up E-government Approach: The Uruguayan Experience
    Laura González, Raúl Ruggia, Jorge Abin, Guzmán Llambías, Raquel Sosa, Bruno Rienzi, Diamela Bello, Fabricio Álvarez,
  5. A Study of Factors Influencing e-Government Service Acceptance Intention: A Multiple Perspective Approach
    Chih-Hui Hsiao, Hui-Chih Wang, Her-Sen Doong,
  6. A worked proposal on eParticipation for state wide elections
    Artur Afonso Sousa, Pedro Agante, Luís Borges Gouveia,
  7. Allowing Continuous Evaluation of Citizen Opinions Through Social Networks
    Francesco Buccafurri, Lidia Fotia, Gianluca Lax,
  8. Composable Modeling and Execution of Administrative Procedures
    Sergiusz Strykowski, Rafal Wojciechowski,
  9. Do Different Types of SNS Have Different Impacts on Participatory Social Capital?
    Sangin Park, Yeontai Choi, Dukyun Hwang, Miyon Paek,
  10. EBEST Platform supporting SMEs to manage supply chain and collaborate
    Katalin Ternai, Ildikó Szabó,
  11. Enforcing Constraints Ranking In Semi-supervised Hierarchical Active Clustering
    Eya Ben Ahmed, Ahlem Nabli, Faiez Gargouri,
  12. Exploring Data Integration Strategies for Public Sector Cloud Solutions
    Alexander Breil, Paulo Da Silva Carvalho, Patrik Hitzelberger, Fernand Feltz,
  13. Factors affecting the development of e-government in Saudi Arabia
    Emmanuel Nyakwende, Ali Al Mazari,
  14. FedCohesion: Federated Identity Management in the Marche Region
    Barbara Re, Damiano Falcioni, Alberto Polzonetti, Fausto Marcantoni, Serenella Carota, Andrea Sergiacomi, Maria Laura Maggiulli, Roberto Piangiarelli,
  15. Framework for Monitoring the Development Process and Inspection of Government Information System and Technology: A Case Study in Thailand
    Wichian Chutimaskul, Suree Funilkul,
  16. From E to O - Towards Open Participation as a Guiding Principle of Open Government
    Michelle Anna Ruesch, Sebastian Basedow, Jan-Henning Korte,
  17. IGUAN – Developing a Guideline for Improved Usability of e-Government for the Ageing Population
    Tamas Molnar,
  18. Livelock and Deadlock Detection for PA Inter-organizational Business Processes
    Damiano Falcioni, Andrea Polini, Alberto Polzonetti, Barbara Re,
  19. Modeling Administrative Procedures to Improve Information to the Public
    José Félix Muñoz , Carlos Bobed, Francisco Serón,
  20. Online tender evaluation: VietNam government e-procurement system
    La Anh Tuan, John Debenham,
  21. Potentials of E-Learning Infrastructures in the Cloud: A Value Network Approach
    Stefan Bensch,
  22. Rethinking Citizens’ Discourses Online as Public Dialogues
    Yuri Misnikov,
  23. Test implementation of the “Guarantor” internet voting system: design principles, operation, and approbation
    Sergey Ablameyko, Nikolai Kalosha, Vitali Lipen, Sergey Bratchenya,
  24. The Co-Creation Machine: Managing Co-Creative Processes for the Crowd
    John Debenham, Simeon Simoff,
  25. Towards User-friendly E-Government Solutions: Usability Evaluation of Austrian Smart-Card Integration Techniques
    Thomas Zefferer, Vesna Krnjic,
  26. Unique Identity enabled Service Delivery through NSDG
    Swapnil Shrivastava, Zia Saquib, Gopinath P, Peeyush Chomal,
  27. Using social network technology to provide e-administration services as collaborative tasks
    Ourania Hatzi, Mara Nikolaidou, Panagiotis Katsivelis-Perakis, Valentino Hudhra, Dimosthenis Anagnostopoulos,