An eGovernment Case Study: Integrating Governmental Services Using Semantic Web Technology

Drumm, Christian and Cabral, Liliana (2007). An eGovernment Case Study: Integrating Governmental Services Using Semantic Web Technology. In: Studer, Rudi; Grimm, Stephan and Abecker, Andreas eds. Semantic Web Services: Concepts, Technologies, and Applications. London, UK: Springer, pp. 365–380.

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Abstract

This Chapter describes a prototypical application that shows how Semantic Web
Services and current state-of-the-art Enterprise Application Integration software can be used to integrate
eGovernment services across different service providers. Starting from a use case scenario and
the general requirements that build the basis for our prototype, we will describe the generic integration
architecture we have developed focusing mainly on the integration aspects of the Semantic Web
Services. Following this we will describe the actual prototype application as well as some implementation
details. Finally, we will closed by a description of the challenges we faced when developing
the prototype and by some general conclusions.

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