The main goal of this remarkable book is to provide in a detailed way approaches for advancing interoperability applicable both to public administration and industry. Additionally, it analyzes the services transformation process and tools, towards one-stop, interoperable digital public services for citizens and businesses. Last but not least, it presents approaches and initiatives for interoperability at national, regional and international levels.
The book is consisted of nineteen chapters divided into three Sections. The first section is laying the foundational framework in interoperability strategy for governments and enterprises. The second section includes practical approaches to designing and building interoperability infrastructures for businesses and administrations. Finally, the third section includes significant approaches for knowledge and semantic interoperability, as well as proposals for the scientific elaboration of the interoperability domain.
This book is strongly recommended to researchers and practitioners in the Electronic Government, Electronic Business and Interoperability domains, university students and professors of Computer and Management sciences and public administration officials and industry executives.