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General Introduction / RDM II

When Mar 11, 2014
from 04:00 PM to 05:30 PM
Where Auditório de Informática
Contact Name Prof. Gerhard Schneider
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Lecturer

Prof. Gerhard Schneider

Content

  • Data-driven Science
  • Digital Preservation (DP)
  • From Data to Processes: Process Management Plans
  • How to capture process & context?
  • How to enable flexible large-scale data citation?

 

Slides/Material

General Introduction/RDM II (pdf)

Literature

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    scientific discovery. 2009
  • S. Higgins. The dcc curation lifecycle model. International Journal of Digital
    Curation, 3(1):134–140, 2008
  • R. Mayer, A. Rauber, M. A. Neumann, J. Thomson, and G. Antunes.
    Preserving scientific processes from design to publication. In G.
    Buchanan, E. Rasmussen, and F. Loizides, editors, Proceedings of the
    15th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries
    (TPDL 2012), Cyprus, September 23–29 2012. Springer
  • R. Rice and J. Haywood. Research data management initiatives at
    University of Edinburgh. International Journal of Digital Curation,
    6(2):232–244, 2011
  • T. O. Walters. Data curation program development in us universities: The
    Georgia Institute of Technology example. International Journal of Digital
    Curation, 4(3):83–92, 2009
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