Business Scenario: Open Public Sector Data – References


(Please note that the links below are good at the time of writing but cannot be guaranteed for the future.)

[Anderson] C. Anderson: Free: How today's smartest businesses profit by giving something for nothing, Random House (2010).
[App Annie] Mobile App Advertising and Monetization Trends 2012-2017: The Economics of Free, App Annie & IDC; refer to:
[ATOM] IETF RFC 4287: The Atom Syndication Format, The Internet Society (2005); refer to:
[Capgemini] The Open Data Economy: Unlocking Economic Value by Opening Government and Public Data, Capgemini Consulting; refer to:
[CKAN] CKAN: The Open Source Data Portal Platform; refer to:
[Deloitte] Market Assessment of Public Sector Information, written by Deloitte for the UK Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (May 2013); refer to:
[EU 2014] European Parliament/Results of the 2014 European Elections; refer to:
[EU PSI Directive] Directive 2003/98/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 November 2003 on the Re-use of Public Sector Information; refer to: 0090:0096:EN:PDF.
[FTP] ITEF RFC 959: File Transfer Protocol (FTP), The Internet Society (1985); refer to:
[GNSS] GNSS Market Report Issue 2, The European GNSS Agency; refer to: Market_Report_GSA_2012.pdf.
[HEATH] T. Heath, C. Bizer: Linked Data: Evolving the Web into a Global Data Space (1st Edition), Synthesis Lectures on the Semantic Web: Theory and Technology, 1:1, 1-136. Morgan & Claypool (2011); refer to:
[HTTP] IETF RFC 2616: Hypertext Transfer Protocol – HTTP 1.1, The Internet Society (1999); refer to:
[Infomediary] Characterization Study of the Infomediary Sector: 2012 Edition, Spanish Government; refer to:
[Interoperable Enterprise] Business Scenario: The Interoperable Enterprise (K022), October 2002, published by The Open Group; refer to:
[Kroes] N. Kroes: Information is the New Oil, Interview of the European Commissioner for the Digital Agenda, January 4 2012, Laurent Nicolas; refer to:,04732.
[Louis] How much do Average Apps Make? Tristan Louis in Forbes; refer to:
[McKinsey] Open Data: Unlocking Innovation and Performance with Liquid Information, The McKinsey Global Institute; refer to:
[OECD] Public Sector Innovation and e-Government: OECD Recommendation on Digital Government Strategies, Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD); refer to:
[OP3.0] Open Platform 3.0™, The Open Group; refer to:
[OWL] Web Ontology Language (OWL), The World-Wide Web Consortium; refer to:
[RDF] Resource Description Framework (RDF), The World-Wide Web Consortium; refer to:
[RSS] Really Simple Syndication (RSS) Specification; refer to:
[Samos] Uses of Open Data Within Government for Innovation and Efficiency, Workshop of the SHARE-PSI Project in Samos, Greece, June/July 2014; refer to:
[SHARE-PSI] SHARE-PSI 2.0: The Network for Innovation in European Public Sector Information; refer to:
[SPARQL] SPARQL 1.1: RDF Query Language, The World-Wide Web Consortium; refer to:
[Supervizor] Supervizor: Providing Citizens and Institutions with Information about Public Spending, Republic of Slovenia, Ministry of the Interior; refer to:
[Trentino] I. Bedini et al: Open Government Data: Fostering Innovation; refer to:
[UDEF] Universal Data Element Framework (UDEF), The Open Group; refer to:
[UK Social Enterprises] Social Enterprise: Market Trends, The UK Cabinet Office; refer to:
[US 2009] The US Open Government Directive of 2009; refer to:
[W3C Web Data] W3C Data on the Web Best Practices Working Group; refer to:
[World Bank] The World Bank: Open Data Essentials; refer to: