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By Latif Al-Hakim

Curiosity in e-government, either in and in academia, has grown quickly over the last decade, and maintains to develop. international E-Government: concept, purposes and Benchmarking is written by means of specialists from academia and undefined, studying the practices of e-government in constructing and constructed international locations, proposing fresh theoretical examine in e-government, and delivering a platform to benchmark the simplest practices in enforcing e-government courses. worldwide E-Government: concept, functions and Benchmarking offers beneficial examples from practitioners and bosses related to real-life functions, whereas teachers and researchers within the fields of data platforms and e-government give a contribution theoretical insights.

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Both ISPs and individual Web sites are capable of tracking a user’s click-stream. • Cookie: The data sent by a Web server to a Web client, stored locally by the client and sent back to the server on subsequent requests. In other words, a cookie is simply an HTTP header that consists of a text-only string, which is inserted into the memory of a browser. It is used to uniquely identify a user during Web interactions within a site and contains data parameters that allow the remote HTML server to keep a record of the user identity, and what actions the user takes at the remote Web site.

Contemporary research in e-marketing: Volume 1 (pp. 48-68). Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing. , & Tsakalidis, A. (2004). Personalization in the Semantic Web era: A glance ahead. In A. Zanasi, N. F. Ebecken, & C. A. ), Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Data Mining, Text Mining and their Business Applications, Data Mining 2004 (pp. 3-11), Wessex Institute of Technology (UK), Malaga, Spain, Southampton. Boston: PWIT Press. , & Srivastava, J. (2000). Automatic personalization based on Web usage mining.

Is prohibited. systems: Refers to promoting integration of legacy systems allowing a gradual transition from already existing information systems to the new ones. Different and heterogeneous applications should be able to exchange data and participate in a business process regardless of the implementation details (for instance, operating system or programming languages) underlying those applications, thus allowing technical interoperability. ) from several departments or agencies into a single organizational entity (Accenture, 2005); that is, services provided by different agencies are shared and composed in order to deliver more complex services to citizens, allowing organizational interoperability.

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