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Linked Open Government Data [Guest editors' introduction]

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Government information covers authoritative and valuable info concerning our society. Public access to government data, but, remains challenging largely due to the heterogeneity and complexity of the public info ecosystem which ends up in high costs for locating, decoding, inter-linking and reusing existing government data. Recently, linked knowledge–primarily based solutions have been adopted by the leading practitioners (like Information.gov in the US and Information.gov.uk within the UK) to supply an open and incremental ecosystem that interconnects suppliers, customers, and contributors of open government data. This article initial reports a community consensus on the design of the linked open government data ecosystem, then reviews the key technologies reported by works included in this special issue, and finally concludes with three grand challenges towards gap, linking, and reusing government knowledge.


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