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The Virtual Observatory Meets the Library
(University of Michigan Library, 2008-01)
Astronomy is similar to other scientific disciplines in that scholarly publication relies on the presentation and interpretation of data. But although astronomy now has archives for its primary research telescopes and ...
Digital Curation and E-Publishing: Libraries Make the Connection
(Charleston Conference, 2009)
This paper addresses issues in digital curation, which is the management of digital assets throughout their life cycle for maximum interoperability, discovery, preservation and re-use. The experiences of two institutions—Johns ...
Project StORe: Astronomy Report
In many ways, digital astronomy is at the forefront of issues related to data curation, given the existing experience with generating large amounts of data in raw form, and significant quantities of derived data in processed ...
CAPM Evaluation Methodology
As part of JHU´s CAPM Project (http://ldp.library.jhu.edu/projects/capm), Choudhury led the development of an evaluation methodology using multi-attributed, state-preference techniques. Multi-attribute, stated-preference ...
Case Study in Data Curation at Johns Hopkins University
(Library Trends, 2008)
At Johns Hopkins University, the institutional repository (IR) is being developed as a component of an overall digital library architecture that will emphasize long-term preservation. The IR represents a set of ...
Lessons from the Institute for Data Intensive Science and Engineering
Johns Hopkins University (JHU) has launched an Institute for Data Intensive Science and Engineering (IDIES) that serves as a coordinating entity for the various eResearch activities within the University. JHU has established ...
Portal Functional Requirements Group Meeting