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Ontology on State Administration and Public Service Domain

ČERBA, O., JEDLIČKA, K. Ontology on State Administration and Public Service Domain. In Informatics, geoinformatics and remote sensing. Conference proceedings volume I. Sofia: STEF92 Technology Ltd., 2013. s. 489-496. ISBN: 978-954-91818-9-0 , ISSN: 1314-2704
Jazyk publikace: eng
Anglický název: Ontology on State Administration and Public Service Domain
Rok vydání: 2013
Místo konání: Sofia
Název zdroje: STEF92 Technology Ltd.
Autoři: Ing. Mgr. Otakar Čerba Ph.D. , Ing. Karel Jedlička PhD. ,
Abstrakt EN: In this article, we would like to introduce the comprehensive approach how to build an ontology in spatial domain. We re-use existing and proved methodologies and techniques ? such as standards (RDF, OWL), methodologies (based on On-To-Knowledge, METHONTOLOGY and Uschold & King) or relations. We add another components of ontology development procedure ? (1) detail weighing and justification of a real goal (including putting ontology into practice) of the ontology during competency questions processing; (2) prepared SPARQL queries, that ensure (together with a client service and a GUI) ontology deployment (because users usually do not need just a data structure, but also a working application based on data and information); (3) way of mass populating of the final ontology by using of various logical types of object relations, reasoning of asserted ontology and implementation of XSLT templates that make possible to transform any structured information to RDF format. As the domain, we have selected the state administration and public services in the Czech Republic. This domain is based on spatial data (localization of authorities, scopes of authorities). It also meets the requirements of a real application. The structure of the state administration and public services is very complicated because it depends on many different historical aspects (for example the register offices are not the same as the scope of various levels of municipalities). Citizens are not oriented in the structure of state administration and public services as well as in acts of particular authorities. We suppose that the most frequent questions will be based on the model ?I live in XXX and I need to realize the act YYY ? give me all information about concrete authority?. Such an ontology connects (through object relations) three main classes ? acts, authorities (including detail information such as localization or address) and administrative division.
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