Administrative and Semantic Cooperation:
   The Role of Intelligent Document


               Romeo Pruno
    Unicam E-gov...
Agenda

           Introduction
    
           Administrative and Semantic Cooperation
    
           On-Line forms, f...
Agenda

           Introduction
    
           Administrative and Semantic Cooperation
    
           On-Line forms, f...
Introduction

         Our approach allows overcome the problem of
              “Information System Interoperability”

  ...
Introduction

                     The core of this model is the
                       “Ontology Description”




Sirolo,...
Agenda

           Introduction
    
           Administrative and Semantic Cooperation
    
           On-Line forms, f...
Administrative and Semantic Cooperation

     Ontology Description allows the formalization of a
       document model tha...
Administrative and Semantic Cooperation

     The Ontology is only part of a general
       infrastructure able to cover v...
Administrative and Semantic Cooperation

                           Kinds (Born)                                          ...
Administrative and Semantic Cooperation


                Each PA can create its sub-definition of
                “Genera...
Administrative and Semantic Cooperation

              An example of Semantic Cooperation is
            represented by us...
Agenda

           Introduction
    
           Administrative and Semantic Cooperation
    
           On-Line forms, f...
On-Line forms for standard Cooperation

    Actually, the acquisition of online/offline data has
       to answer question...
On-Line forms for standard Cooperation




       XSD Schema, that is provide by Ontology;
       Document Information, ...
Agenda

           Introduction
    
           Administrative and Semantic Cooperation
    
           On-Line forms, f...
Intelligent Document

    The PAs (Public Administrations) can take
      advantage of the use of “e-Document”, in
      p...
Intelligent Document

    The end-user can take advantage:

     decreasing time of manual compilation;
     using elect...
Intelligent Document

    Intelligent Document as result of a service orchestration




Sirolo, 10/08/2005     Dott. Romeo...
Intelligent Document

    The main features of an Intelligent Document are:

           Multi     Composed;
    
        ...
Agenda

           Introduction
    
           Administrative and Semantic Cooperation
    
           On-Line forms, f...
CID (Cooperative Intelligent Document)

    CID is a system that allows the interoperability among PAs



     The CID fea...
CID (Cooperative Intelligent Document)

    The principal features are:

     Point-To-Point Architecture, the participan...
Future Work

    So far, we have considered a conceptual component model
        for Intelligent Document;

    Actually, ...
Question and Answer

                      Administrative and Semantic Cooperation:
                         The Role of I...
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A real case experience using new tecnology field such "ontology" for implement a full document data interchange via web. Presented at Ontogov05, for more information visit: http://blogs.devleap.com/romeopruno

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Administrative and semantic cooperation: The role of intelligent document

  1. 1. Administrative and Semantic Cooperation: The Role of Intelligent Document Romeo Pruno Unicam E-gov research Group member University of Camerino ITALY
  2. 2. Agenda Introduction  Administrative and Semantic Cooperation  On-Line forms, for standard Cooperation  Intelligent Document  CID (Cooperative Intelligent Document)  Sirolo, 10/08/2005 Dott. Romeo Pruno – romeo.pruno@unicam.it 2
  3. 3. Agenda Introduction  Administrative and Semantic Cooperation  On-Line forms, for standard Cooperation  Intelligent Document  CID (Cooperative Intelligent Document)  Sirolo, 10/08/2005 Dott. Romeo Pruno – romeo.pruno@unicam.it 3
  4. 4. Introduction Our approach allows overcome the problem of “Information System Interoperability” Main components:  Intelligent Document;  CID (Cooperative Intelligent Document); Sirolo, 10/08/2005 Dott. Romeo Pruno – romeo.pruno@unicam.it 4
  5. 5. Introduction The core of this model is the “Ontology Description” Sirolo, 10/08/2005 Dott. Romeo Pruno – romeo.pruno@unicam.it 5
  6. 6. Agenda Introduction  Administrative and Semantic Cooperation  On-Line forms, for standard Cooperation  Intelligent Document  CID (Cooperative Intelligent Document)  Sirolo, 10/08/2005 Dott. Romeo Pruno – romeo.pruno@unicam.it 6
  7. 7. Administrative and Semantic Cooperation Ontology Description allows the formalization of a document model that includes concepts and relationships Ontology Description Sirolo, 10/08/2005 Dott. Romeo Pruno – romeo.pruno@unicam.it 7
  8. 8. Administrative and Semantic Cooperation The Ontology is only part of a general infrastructure able to cover various aspects of the system:  Administrative Cooperation;  System scalability;  Knowledge access and Information sharing; Sirolo, 10/08/2005 Dott. Romeo Pruno – romeo.pruno@unicam.it 8
  9. 9. Administrative and Semantic Cooperation Kinds (Born) Kinds (Citizen) -Born Certificate -Citizen Certificate -Born Certificate - Paternity/Maternity -Residence Certificate Born Citizen -Identity Certificate -Electoral List Certificate Register: Stato Civile Kinds (Married) Death Marriage Kinds (Death) -Married Certificate -Death Certificate -Family Certificate -Existence in life certificate In this picture we propose an example of document ontology Each components specialize the main class of “Stato Civile” Sirolo, 10/08/2005 Dott. Romeo Pruno – romeo.pruno@unicam.it 9
  10. 10. Administrative and Semantic Cooperation Each PA can create its sub-definition of “General PA Ontology” for its necessity Sirolo, 10/08/2005 Dott. Romeo Pruno – romeo.pruno@unicam.it 10
  11. 11. Administrative and Semantic Cooperation An example of Semantic Cooperation is represented by using a cooperation of services (via Web Services) Sirolo, 10/08/2005 Dott. Romeo Pruno – romeo.pruno@unicam.it 11
  12. 12. Agenda Introduction  Administrative and Semantic Cooperation  On-Line forms, for standard Cooperation  Intelligent Document  CID (Cooperative Intelligent Document)  Sirolo, 10/08/2005 Dott. Romeo Pruno – romeo.pruno@unicam.it 12
  13. 13. On-Line forms for standard Cooperation Actually, the acquisition of online/offline data has to answer questions:  How are the forms visualized on different browsers?  How can a solution be implemented for data acquisitions that provides the same mechanism of validation on more different devices? Sirolo, 10/08/2005 Dott. Romeo Pruno – romeo.pruno@unicam.it 13
  14. 14. On-Line forms for standard Cooperation  XSD Schema, that is provide by Ontology;  Document Information, (author,version,typology,…)  XSLT, web presentation Sirolo, 10/08/2005 Dott. Romeo Pruno – romeo.pruno@unicam.it 14
  15. 15. Agenda Introduction  Administrative and Semantic Cooperation  On-Line forms, for standard Cooperation  Intelligent Document  CID (Cooperative Intelligent Document)  Sirolo, 10/08/2005 Dott. Romeo Pruno – romeo.pruno@unicam.it 15
  16. 16. Intelligent Document The PAs (Public Administrations) can take advantage of the use of “e-Document”, in particular:  decreasing of the cost of press, elaboration, distribution and delivery;  decreasing typing errors;  sharing and/or accessing to information; Sirolo, 10/08/2005 Dott. Romeo Pruno – romeo.pruno@unicam.it 16
  17. 17. Intelligent Document The end-user can take advantage:  decreasing time of manual compilation;  using electronic delivery of the document;  decreasing the delivery cost; This analysis shows the necessity to create a workflow management process that contemplates the fruition inside the applicative domain. Sirolo, 10/08/2005 Dott. Romeo Pruno – romeo.pruno@unicam.it 17
  18. 18. Intelligent Document Intelligent Document as result of a service orchestration Sirolo, 10/08/2005 Dott. Romeo Pruno – romeo.pruno@unicam.it 18
  19. 19. Intelligent Document The main features of an Intelligent Document are: Multi Composed;  Multi Version;  Multi Dependence;  Multi Data Type;  Multi Platform;  Sirolo, 10/08/2005 Dott. Romeo Pruno – romeo.pruno@unicam.it 19
  20. 20. Agenda Introduction  Administrative and Semantic Cooperation  On-Line forms, for standard Cooperation  Intelligent Document  CID (Cooperative Intelligent Document)  Sirolo, 10/08/2005 Dott. Romeo Pruno – romeo.pruno@unicam.it 20
  21. 21. CID (Cooperative Intelligent Document) CID is a system that allows the interoperability among PAs The CID features are: involved government level;  data sharing;  data location;  data access;  Sirolo, 10/08/2005 Dott. Romeo Pruno – romeo.pruno@unicam.it 21
  22. 22. CID (Cooperative Intelligent Document) The principal features are:  Point-To-Point Architecture, the participants reside on a same level of interaction and abstraction;  Orchestration, the interoperability between PAs is a significant part of the compilation process of Intelligent Document;  Interoperability, the sharing of a common ontology allows public administration to specialize part of the general PA Ontology; Sirolo, 10/08/2005 Dott. Romeo Pruno – romeo.pruno@unicam.it 22
  23. 23. Future Work So far, we have considered a conceptual component model for Intelligent Document; Actually, we are implementing follow components: Ontology;  Security layer;  Management Component;  Data Repository;  Our next work will be the Ontology definition for Intelligent Document, where we’ll implement a model for ontology description and schema definition. Sirolo, 10/08/2005 Dott. Romeo Pruno – romeo.pruno@unicam.it 23
  24. 24. Question and Answer Administrative and Semantic Cooperation: The Role of Intelligent Document Is a joint work with Prof. Flavio Corradini Dott.Ing. Alberto Polzonetti eGovernment Administrative and Semantic Cooperation: The Role of quot;Intelligent Documentsquot; DEXA’05 - EGOV (Workshops and Posters) 2005: 150-157 Sirolo, 10/08/2005 Dott. Romeo Pruno – romeo.pruno@unicam.it 24

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