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White book of e-government interoperability for Latin America and the Caribbean: version 3.0
The White Paper draws on interoperability experience and projects in Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Trinidad and Tobago, which provided the basis for the architecture of the Latin America and Caribbean interoperability ...
Formulating a theory about interoperability among heterogeneous software systems, based on the Semat kernel
Interoperability is a software quality property related to the information exchange among software systems with heterogeneous characteristics. Interoperability is developed in levels—e.g., technical, syntactic, semantic, ...
A Fuzzy Ontology-Driven Approach to Semantic Interoperability in e-Government Big Data
With the increasing production of information from e-government initiatives, there is also the need to transform a large volume of unstructured data into useful information for society. All this information should be easily ...
Partial Type Equivalences for Verified Dependent Interoperability
Full-spectrum dependent types promise to enable the development of correct-by-construction software. However, even certified software needs to interact with simply-typed or untyped programs, be it to perform system calls, ...
Mapwindow vs. arcgis: towards featuring the interoperability between geographic information systems
(Universidad Nacional de Colombia Sede Medellín, 2012)
Heterogeneous information systems can make data and process operations by means of a functionality called interoperability. Geographic information system (GIS) interoperability is based on two factors: the increasing use ...