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How Open Data Are Turned into Services?

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Exploring Services Science (IESS 2014)

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The Open Data movement has mainly been a data provision movement. The release of Open Data is usually motivated by (i) government transparency (citizen access to government data), (ii) the development of services by third parties for the benefit for citizens and companies (typically smart city approach), or (iii) the development of new services that stimulate the economy. The success of the Open Data movement and its return on investment should therefore be assessed among other criteria by the number and impact of the services created based on those data. In this paper, we study the development of services based on open data and means to make the data opening process more effective.

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Foulonneau, M., Martin, S., Turki, S. (2014). How Open Data Are Turned into Services?. In: Snene, M., Leonard, M. (eds) Exploring Services Science. IESS 2014. Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, vol 169. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-04810-9_3

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