Comparison of E-Gif Ontology for Greek Public Sector with W3C Core Vocabularies. Pavlina Fragkou Department of Informatics, Technological Educational Institute of Athens, Ag. Spyridona , Egaleo , GR-122 10 Greece. Current Status – The Problem.
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Department of Informatics, Technological Educational Institute of Athens,
Ag. Spyridona, Egaleo, GR-122 10 Greece
Figure 2. The UML Diagram for the Core Public Service Vocabulary
Figure 1. The top level of the Greek E-Gif Ontology
The majority of the properties of the entity-class Service of the Greek E-Gif Ontology are mapped to ones of the SPOCS vocabulary and CSPV.
Exceptions to this are that, Greek E-Gif Ontology models the LegalBasis attribute and Documents as separate classes.
Overall, the CPSV provides a good framework that can be used to describe public services.
Even though Greek E-GIF ontology was created independently from the other vocabularies, still is very similar to SPOCS and very close to the Core Public Sector Vocabulary.
In the future, we plan to transform Greek Point of Single Contact web pages to RDF Vocabulary in order to be given as input to a Linked Data System architecture, interconnecting semantically similar web pages between PSC's belonging to different member states.
Such data linkage would help citizens and companies to easily compare information regarding the same profession appearing in web pages.