Daga, Enrico; d'Aquin, Mathieu; Adamou, Alessandro and Motta, Enrico
Addressing exploitability of Smart City data.
In: 2016 IEEE International Smart Cities Conference (ISC2), pp. 1–6.
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Central to a number of emerging Smart Cities are online platforms for data sharing and reuse: Data Hubs and Data Catalogues. These systems support the use of data by developers through enabling data discoverability and access. As such, the effectiveness of a Data Catalogue can be seen as the way in which it supports `data exploitability': the ability to assess whether the provided data is appropriate to the given task. Beyond technical compatibility, this also regards validating the policies attached to data. Here, we present a methodology to enable Smart City Data Hubs to better address exploitability by considering the way policies propagate across the data flows applied in the system.
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