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|Title:||A Bottom-up Approach for the Identification of Requirements and ICT solutions for Environmental Information Sharing|
|Authors:||DE MARTINO Monica; FARRUGGIA Sergio; MONTI Marina; OSTLAENDER Nicole; ROCCATAGLIATA Emanuele; SMITH Robin|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||European directives and policy communications have been launched with the objective of simplify the sharing of environmental data. The paper proposes a method for comparing heterogeneous information systems to provide input to the development of ICT solutions and best practices for a high level policy. The approach starts by referring to the priorities of the current initiatives that should be supported by a bottom-up collection of good practices and existing systems. High level models of the business processes that are supported by these systems are created to allow compari-son and giving, at the same time, a bottom-up vision on the policy. The ap-proach has been applied in the context of the European project NESIS to provide input for a proposal of ICT guidelines for SEIS initiative.|
|JRC Directorate:||Sustainable Resources|
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