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Author Charalabidis, Yannis, 1967- author.

Title The World of Open Data : Concepts, Methods, Tools and Experiences / Yannis Charalabidis [and 5 others].

Published Cham, Switzerland : Springer Nature : Springer, 2018.

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Physical description 1 online resource.
Series Public administration and information technology ; vol. 28
Public administration and information technology ; vol. 28.
Springer Economics and Finance eBooks 2018 English+International
Contents Intro; Foreword: The Policy View; Foreword: The Science View; Foreword: The Industry View; Preface; Motivation; Aimed Contribution; Organization; Chapter 1: The Open Data Landscape; Chapter 2: TheMultiple Life Cycles ofOpen Data Creation andUse; Chapter 3: Open Data Directives andPolicies; Chapter 4: Organizational Issues: How toOpen upGovernment Data?; Chapter 5: Open Data Interoperability; Chapter 6: Open Data Infrastructures; Chapter 7: Open Data Value andBusiness Models; Chapter 8: Open Data Evaluation Models: Theory andPractice
Chapter 9: Open Government Data: Areas andDirections forResearchAs aConclusion; Acknowledgements; Contents; Chapter 1: The Open Data Landscape; 1.1 Creating aNew World ofOpen Data; 1.2 Historical Developments; 1.3 Objectives ofOpen Data; 1.4 The Stakeholder Landscape; 1.5 Open Data andBig Data: AWorld Apart?; 1.6 Benefits ofOpen Data; 1.7 The Dark Side ofOpen Data; 1.8 Developments; Chapter 2: The Multiple Life Cycles ofOpen Data Creation andUse; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 New Requirements forOpen Data Provision andUsage; 2.2.1 Linked Data; 2.2.2 Big Data; 2.2.3 Web 2.0
2.2.4 Models Describing theData Life Cycle2.3 The Open Data Life Cycle: AnEcosystem Approach; 2.4 Different Uses oftheOpen Data Life Cycle; 2.4.1 Towards Publication: TheData Publisher's Side; 2.4.2 Towards Big Data Re-use: TheUsers' Side; 2.4.3 Preparing aScientific Data Infrastructure: Research Institutions; 2.4.4 Towards Linked Data Re-use: Publishers andUsers; 2.5 Conclusions andOpen Data Principles; Chapter 3: Open Data Directives andPolicies; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Policy: ADefinition; 3.3 Elements ofOpen Data Policies; 3.3.1 Stage 1: Policy Environment (Context)
3.3.2 Stage 2: Policy Content (Input)3.3.2.1 Data Opening Processes; 3.3.2.2 Data Management; 3.3.3 Stage 3: Policy Implementation: Performance Indicators (Output); 3.3.4 Stage 4: Evaluation: Public Value Realised? (Impact); 3.3.5 Stage 5: Policy Change or Termination (Feedback); 3.4 Directives Promoting Open Data Policy Development; 3.4.1 European Commission DIRECTIVE 2003/98/EC; 3.4.2 U.S.A.Memoranda andDirectives; 3.4.3 Other Directives andGuidelines forOpen Data Policy Development; 3.4.3.1 Open Government Partnership (OGP); 3.4.3.2 Open Data Charter
3.5 Examples ofOpen Data Policies at Different Levels3.6 Use Case: TheDutch Open Data Policy; 3.7 Conclusions andLessons Learned ConcerningOpen Data Policies; Chapter 4: Organizational Issues: How toOpen UpGovernment Data?; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Organizational Issues forOpening UpGovernment Data; 4.2.1 Data-Related Issues; 4.2.1.1 Potential Privacy Breaches; 4.2.1.2 Data Sensitivity andSecurity; 4.2.1.3 Embargo Period; 4.2.1.4 Data Openness, Lack ofControl OverIts Use andLack ofTrust intheData User; 4.2.1.5 Data Quality; 4.2.1.6 Data Documentation
Summary This book discusses the latest developments in the field of open data. The opening of data by public organizations has the potential to improve the public sector, inspire business innovation, and establish transparency. With this potential comes unique challenges; these developments impact the operation of governments as well as their relationship with private sector enterprises and society. Changes at the technical, organizational, managerial, and political level are taking place, which, in turn, impact policy-making and traditional institutional structures. This book contributes to the systematic analysis and publication of cutting-edge methods, tools, and approaches for more efficient data sharing policies, practices, and further research. Topics discussed include an introduction to open data, the open data landscape, the open data life cycle, open data policies, organizational issues, interoperability, infrastructure, business models, open data portal evaluation, and research directions, best practices, and guidelines. Written to address different perspectives, this book will be of equal interest to students and researchers, ICT industry staff, practitioners, policy makers and public servants.-- Provided by publisher.
Other author Zuiderwijk, Anneke.
Alexopoulos, Charalampos.
Janssen, Marijn.
Lampoltshammer, Thomas.
Ferro, Enrico.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Government ownership -- Data processing.
Government business enterprises -- Data processing.
Big data.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783319908502 (electronic bk.)
3319908502 (electronic bk.)
9783319908496