Advantages of using an Ontological Model of the State Development Funds
AbstractOntologies generated from the workflow of administrative procedures, can provide significant improvements and reduce the time of modeling, testing and integration in the process of building an information system of the public administration. In this paper we have analyzed the ontology annotation aimed to provide the groundwork for automatic generation administrative act. The proposed semantic representation of the administrative procedures enables use of the document templates, which are the framework for the automatic generation of an administrative act. This would be a result of the administrative procedures’ execution. The proposed approach is verified by a case study of building an ontological model of the administrative procedures for the Guarantee Fund of Autonomous Province of Vojvodina (APV).
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