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Record number 554071
Title Design of Variable Big Data Architectures for E-Government Domain
Author(s) Tekinerdogan, B.; Uzun, Burak
Source In: Software Engineering for Variable Intensive Systems / Mistrik, Ivan, Galster, Matthias, Maxim, Bruce R., New York : Taylor & Francis - ISBN 9780815348054 - p. 141 - 159.
DOI https://doi.org/10.1201/9780429022067-11
Department(s) WASS
Information Technology
Publication type Peer reviewed book chapter
Publication year 2019
Abstract Like many application domains Big Data has become a very important driver for innovation and growth for e-government which aims to automate the public services to citizens. In general, e-government systems are often characterized as big data systems in which data storage and processing is one of the business-critical concerns. However, different features are required for different e-government systems, and likewise the corresponding big data architectures will need to be different as well. In this chapter, we present a systematic approach for the design of various big data architectures within the e-government domain. In this context, we adopt a big data reference architecture with a variability model for big data systems and e-government systems. We discuss the design decisions, the experiences and the lessons learned for deriving application architectures for different e-government systems.
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