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Conference Poster
Lukasz Porwol and Adegboyega Ojo and John Breslin
2013
September
A semantic model for e-Participation
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Unpublished
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Social networking (online)
The rapid development of e-Participation research in the last decade has resulted in fragmented, loosely related e-Participation models. In our previous work we established a comprehensive Integrative Framework combining existing models. In this paper we move further and conceptualize the elements strictly related to socio-technical aspects of e-Participation by constructing a formal ontology for e-Participation. The innovative model proposed addresses the duality of e-Participation by considering simultaneous government-led, top-down e- Participation, together with citizen-led, social media based e-Participation. Following the Thalheim's Construction Workflow we develop a semantic model to support citizens-led, social media-based e-Participation. Gesellschaft fur Informatik, Bonn 2013.
Germany
Gesellschaft fur Informatik
Scholl H.,Wimmer M.A.,Tambouris E.,Janssen M.,Macintosh A.
978-388579615-2/16175468
http://www.deri.ie/sites/default/files/publications/adegboyega-ojo-paper4.pdf
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259
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Informatics, Physical and Computational Sciences