Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Lois M. L. Delcambre, Genevieve Giuliano (Eds.):
Proceedings of the 2005 National Conference on Digital Government Research, DG.O 2005, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, May 15-18, 2005.
ACM International Conference Proceeding Series 89 Digital Government Research Center 2005
Invited talks and system demonstrations
Technology to support data gathering via the web
E-governance and public participation
policy, legislation and law
Alert and crisis management
- Vandana Pursnani Janeja, Vijayalakshmi Atluri, Ahmed Gomaa, Nabil R. Adam, Christof Bornhövd, Tao Lin:
DM-AMS: employing data mining techniques for alert management.
- Hsinchun Chen, Homa Atabakhsh, Jennifer Jie Xu, Alan Gang Wang, Byron Marshall, Siddharth Kaza, Chunju Tseng, Shauna Eggers, Hemanth Gowda, Tim Petersen, Chuck Violette:
Coplink center: social network analysis and identity deception detection for law enforcement and homeland security intelligence and security informatics: a crime data mining approach to developing border safe research.
- Alan M. MacEachren, Sven Fuhrmann, Michael D. McNeese, Guoray Cai, Rajeev Sharma:
Project highlight: GeoCollaborative crisis management.
- G. P. Patil:
Geoinformatic hotspot systems (GHS) for detection, prioritization, and early warning.
Technology transfer and evaluation for e-government
Health care, i.t. and e-government
- Christopher Weare, Juliet A. Musso:
Communications technology and urban governance reform: project highlights.
- Vincent Price, Joseph N. Cappella:
Constructing electronic interactions among citizens, issue publics, and elites: the healthcare dialogue project.
- Hsinchun Chen, Daniel Dajun Zeng, Chunju Tseng, Catherine A. Larson, Millicent Eidson, Ivan Gotham, Cecil Lynch, Paul Jen-Hwa Hu:
A national center of excellence for infectious disease informatics: project summary.
E-government and community information systems
Technology evaluation and medical informatics
Motivating and enabling e-government
- José A. B. Fortes:
Transnational digital government research project highlights.
User interfaces for integrating web-based information
Data integration and eco-informatics
- Patrick Pantel, Andrew Philpot, Eduard H. Hovy:
Aligning database columns using mutual information.
- Judith Bayard Cushing, Tyrone Wilson, Alan Borning, Lois M. L. Delcambre, Geoffrey C. Bowker, Mike Frame, John L. Schnase, William Sonntag, Janos Fulop, Carol A. Hert, Eduard H. Hovy, Julia Jones, Eric Landis, Charles M. Schweik, Lawrence Brandt, Valerie Gregg, Sylvia Spengler:
Eco-informatics and natural resource management.
- Lois M. L. Delcambre, Marianne Lykke Nielsen, Timothy Tolle, Mathew Weaver, David Maier, Susan Price:
NSF project: harvesting information to sustain our forests.
Data quality and data mining
System demonstrations (a)
- Nabil R. Adam, Vijayalakshmi Atluri, Soon Ae Chun, Patrizia Fariselli, Julia Culver-Hopper, Olana Bojic, Rick T. Stewart, Jim Fruscione, Nick Mannochio:
Technology transfer of inter-agency government services and their transnational feasibility studies.
- Guoray Cai, Alan M. MacEachren, Rajeev Sharma, Isaac Brewer, Sven Fuhrmann, Michael D. McNeese:
Enabling GeoCollaborative crisis management through advanced geoinformation technologies.
- Hsinchun Chen, Homa Atabakhsh, Chunju Tseng, Byron Marshall, Siddharth Kaza, Shauna Eggers, Hemanth Gowda, Ankit Shah, Tim Petersen, Chuck Violette:
Visualization in law enforcement.
- Ron Li, Keith W. Bedford, C. K. Shum, Xutong Niu, Feng Zhou, Vasilia Velissariou, J. Raul Ramirez, Aidong Zhang:
Integration of multidimensional geospatial information for coastal management and decision-making.
- Andrew Philpot, Patrick Pantel, Eduard H. Hovy:
Significance information for translation: air quality data integration.
- Daniel Dajun Zeng, Hsinchun Chen, Chunju Tseng, Catherine A. Larson, Millicent Eidson, Ivan Gotham, Cecil Lynch, Michael Ascher:
BioPortal: an integrated infectious disease information sharing and analysis environment.
- Hans Jochen Scholl:
Employing the mobility paradigm: the next big leap in digital government?
- Frederick R. Bieber, Charles Brenner, David Lazer:
Data mining the family tree: identification of relatives using genetic kinship analysis of DNA.
- Hsinchun Chen, Homa Atabakhsh, Siddharth Kaza, Byron Marshall, Jennifer Jie Xu, G. Alan Wang, Tim Petersen, Chuck Violette:
BorderSafe: cross-jurisdictional information sharing, analysis, and visualization.
- Songlin Fei:
Hotspot detection for chestnut oak regeneration.
- Jane E. Fountain, David Lazer:
The national center for digital government integrating information and institutions.
- Marijn Janssen:
Centralized or decentralized organization?
- Luquan Jiang, Pengzhu Zhang, Huanchen Wang:
Community e-government coordination work platform.
- Siddharth Kaza, Jennifer Jie Xu, Byron Marshall, Hsinchun Chen:
Topological analysis of criminal activity networks in multiple jurisdictions.
- David Lazer, Allan Friedman:
The hare and the tortoise: the network structure of exploration and exploitation.
- Andréa M. Matsunaga, Maurício O. Tsugawa, José A. B. Fortes:
Virtual machines in transnational digital government: a case study.
- Ron Li, Xutong Niu:
Exploring the spatio-temporal variation of seagrass ecosystems in southern Tampa bay.
- Anu Mundkur:
Research in progress: a preliminary theoretical framework for understanding e-governance initiatives.
- John O'Looney:
Using GIS technology to assess the prudence of municipal growth through annexation.
- Mack Reed, Yigal Arens:
Project highlight: digital government community-building and outreach.
- Rajiv C. Shah, Jay P. Kesan:
Governing with information technologies.
- Wei Tu, Lixin Li, Reinhard Piltner:
A study of smart growth initiatives using GIS: the case of Austin, Texas.
- Nancy Wiegand:
Searching for geospatial government-produced data.
System demonstrations (b)
- Hany H. Ammar, Anil K. Jain, Mohamed Abdel-Mottaleb:
Automated Dental Identification System (ADIS).
- José Luis Ambite, Genevieve Giuliano, Peter Gordon, Qisheng Pan, Naqeeb Abbasi, LanLan Wang, Matthew Weathers:
Argos: dynamic composition of web services for goods movement analysis and planning.
- Xiao Fang, Olivia R. Liu Sheng:
Designing a better web portal for digital government: a web-mining based approach.
- Kishore Kattamuri, Marius-Calin Silaghi, Cem Kaner, Ryan Stansifer, Markus Zanker:
Supporting debates over citizen initiatives.
- G. P. Patil, S. L. Rathbun, Raj Acharya, Pushkar Patankar, Reza Modarres:
Upper level set scan statistic system for detecting arbitrarily shaped hotspots for digital governance.
- Nabil R. Adam, Vijayalakshmi Atluri, Rey Koslowski, Vandana Pursnani Janeja, Janice Warner, Aabhas V. Paliwal:
Agency interoperation for effective data mining in border control and homeland security applications.
- Lillie Coney, Joseph Lorenzo Hall, Poorvi L. Vora, David Wagner:
Towards a privacy measurement criterion for voting systems.
- Sharon S. Dawes, Anthony M. Cresswell, Theresa A. Pardo, Fiona Thompson:
Modeling the social and technical processes of interorganizational information integration.
- Stephanie W. Haas, Ron T. Brown, Leo Cao, Jesse Wilbur:
Evaluation of the govstat statistical interactive glossary: implications for just-in-time help.
- William S. Hodgkiss, Chaitanya K. Baru, Tony Fountain, Don Reich, Kurt Warner, M. Glasscock:
Spatiotemporal analysis of 9-1-1 call stream data.
- Kincho H. Law:
ITR/IM+SII: a distributed information management framework (REGNET) for environmental laws and regulations.
- David Lazer, Kevin Esterling, Michael Neblo:
Style conscious: how members of congress learn new ways to communicate.
- Ines Mergel, David Lazer, Maria Christina Binz-Scharf:
Electronic communication in a geographically dispersed community of forensic scientists.
- G. P. Patil, S. L. Rathbun, Raj Acharya, Pushkar Patankar, Reza Modarres:
Geoinformatic surveillance of hotspot detection, prioritization and early warning.
- Barbara Russo, Alberto Sillitti, Paolo Zuliani, Giancarlo Succi, Paolo Gasperi:
A pilot project in PAs to transit to an open source solution.
- Hanan Samet, Egemen Tanin, Leana Golubchik:
Scalable data collection infrastructure for digital government applications.
- Steve Sawyer, Michael Tyworth:
Integrated criminal justice systems: designing effective systems for inter-organizational action.
- Stuart W. Shulman, Mack C. Shelley:
Give the people what they want: research notes from the hunt for better electronic rulemaking.
- Gale Wagner, Arnie Vedlitz, Surya Waghela:
Digital governance for animal health and biosecurity applications.
- Christine B. Williams, Jane Fedorowicz:
A framework for analyzing cross-boundary e-government projects: the CapWin example.
- Pengzhu Zhang, Fangfang Xu, Luquan Jiang:
Improving the quality of public services: case study of Shanghai social security and citizen services system.
- Quan Zhou:
National & municipal government websites: a comparison between the United States and China.
Student research papers
- Feng Zhou:
Vertical datum conversion in the Lake Erie coastal area.
- Alexander Schellong:
CRM in the public sector: towards a conceptual research framework.
- Kimberly Stoltzfus:
Motivations for implementing e-government: an investigation of the global phenomenon.
Birds of a feather
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