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학술지 Big-Data Applications in the Government Sector
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저자
김강훈, Silvana Trimi, 정지형
발행일
201403
출처
Communications of the ACM, v.57 no.3, pp.78-85
ISSN
0001-0782
출판사
ACM
DOI
https://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2500873
초록
Businesses, governments, and the research community can all derive value from the massive amounts of digital data they collect. Analyzing big-data application projects by governments offers guidance for follower countries for their own future big-data initiatives. Decision making in government usually takes much longer and is conducted through consultation and mutual consent of a large number of diverse actors, including officials, interest groups, and ordinary citizens. Governments deal not only with general issues of big-data integration from multiple sources and in different formats and cost but also with some special challenges. The biggest is collecting data; governments have difficulty, as the data not only comes from multiple channels but from different sources. Most governments operating or planning big-data projects need to take a step-by-step approach for setting the right goals and realistic expectations. Success depends on their ability to integrate and analyze information, develop supporting systems, and support decision making through analytics.
KSP 제안 키워드
Big Data, Collecting data, Digital data, Interest groups, Multiple channels, Multiple sources, Step-by-step, data integration, decision making, support decision