By Maria A. Wimmer, Efthimios Tambouris, Ann Macintosh
This booklet constitutes the refereed complaints of the fifth IFIP WG 8.5 overseas convention on digital Participation, ePart 2013, held in Koblenz, Germany, in September 2013. The thirteen revised complete papers provided have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 30 submissions. The papers disguise quite a lot of examine in either social and technological clinical domain names, trying to show new theories, options, equipment and varieties of eParticipation with the help of leading edge ICT. they've been equipped within the following topical sections: examine instructions, social media and eParticipation, and on-line deliberation.
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A. Wimmer, E. Tambouris, and A. ): ePart 2013, LNCS 8075, pp. 37–48, 2013. F. G. Reddick Defining E-democracy Currently, there is little agreement in the literature about what e-democracy means in theory or constitutes in practice, which should not be surprising because the same can be said of democratic theory in general. ” The term e-democracy is often conflated with constructs labeled e-participation, virtual democracy, teledemocracy, digital democracy, cyber democracy and e-democracy. , 2010, among many others).
Fig. 6. Mockup of platform dashboard The visualisation allows Maria to observe that a group of potential entrepreneurs in the PSN is probably isolated from other relevant groups, thus information and ideas do not “flow” to this part of the network. Additionally, the platform computes and displays a set of relevant metrics, through the “Current Policy Social Network” tool of the dashboard. This allows Maria to monitor the status of the online social network. g. g. centrality indices and ego-network indices).
E. the one that has the best simulation results. g. by sending introductory tweets to targeted persons. g. g. has the network structure improved the same at the real world and at the simulation? what type of differences exists? why these differences occur? 7 Conclusion and Future Work In this paper we suggest that online social networks should be exploited for more targeted policy making. This can potentially increase the efficiency and effectiveness of policy making. For this purpose, we introduce the term policy social networks to refer to social networks where nodes and links are important to a particular policy.