DFKI-LT - CERIF: Common European Research Information Format - Formal Contextual Relations to guide through the maze of Research Information (in print translated into Slovak)

Brigitte Jörg
CERIF: Common European Research Information Format - Formal Contextual Relations to guide through the maze of Research Information (in print translated into Slovak)
1 Inproceedings of the International Conference CRIS Systems, Bratislava, Slovakia, Oleg Cvik a kol. (Ed), Centrum vedecko-technických informácií SR, Centrum vedecko-technických informácií SR, Bratislava, 6/2009
 
Research Information as an asset is gaining ground with recent developments in national assessment and performance exercises, where evaluation methods often depend upon structured and integrated data and where data quality becomes an issue. Not only at national level but also at a European scale Research Information is being recognized as a player to grant access to scientific knowledge and as an enabler for large-scale data integration and data management. With this paper we present the power of the CERIF model to manage Research Information in a timely context by applying formal semantics in relationships.
 
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