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Metadata Standards for Semantic Interoperability in Electronic Government

Abstract:

Effective data sharing, across government agencies and other organisations, relies upon agreed meanings and representations.  A key, technological challenge in electronic governance is to ensure that the meaning of data items is accurately recorded, and accessible in an economical—effectively, automatic—fashion.  In response, a variety of data and metadata standards have been put forward: from government departments, from industry groups, and from organisations such as the ISO and W3C.

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Jim Davies More by this author
Steve Harris More by this author
Charles Crichton More by this author
Aadya Shukla More by this author
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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences Division - Department of Computer Science
Publisher:
Cairo
Publication date:
2008-12-01
URN:
uuid:3e755934-6a21-43ff-bbc3-83423dde03ee
Local pid:
cs:2853

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