Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of DataRelationships

06/12/13 14:53:59 (11 years ago)



  • DataRelationships

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     1= Describing Relationships Between Data = 
     3Presentations by [People/JoeHourcle Joe Hourclé] on relationships between data and the Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records.  For those that are slide presentations, turn on presenter notes. 
     5* 2007, "[ FRBR in a Scientific Data Context]"; poster at Science Archives in the 21st Century, an early attempt to explain FRBR and apply it to scientific data.  (doesn't quite work as a PDF, as there was a flip chart originally). 
     7* 2007,  "[ Information Management in a Non-Bibliographic Environment: Scientific Data]"; lunchtime talk for Library of Congress's Federal Library and Information Center Committee, explaining some of the issues that we have in dealing with large data sets (STEREO, Hinode), the concept of virtual observatories and some of the other federated search systems from other disciplines. 
     9* 2008 "[ FRBR Applied to Scientific Data]"; Short paper for the ASIS&T annual meeting attempting to use FRBR on scientific images; presented as a [ poster at the meeting] and as a [ talk for the ASIS&T PVC chapter]. 
     11* 2008, "[ Reconciling Heterogeneous Data Catalogs]"; a presentation for the International Council for Science's Committee on Data for Science & Technology (CODATA) meeting, explaining the problems with the current generation of federated search systems.  The presentation was done on short notice as I thought I was to present a [ poster]. 
     13* 2008, "[ Data Relationships: Towards a Conceptual Model of Scientific Data Catalogs]"; a presentation at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, discussing the need for a reference model to describe catalogs and presenting FRBR to the science informatics community. 
     15* 2011, "[ FRBR Aggregates as Collections]"; a presentation to the code4lib DC chapter discussing aggregates within FRBR, issues with the 'whole/part' and 'successor' relationships, and the need for ways to share lists of items.