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Work Flows - Data Discovery and Dissemination: User Perspective

Karl Dinkelmann, Michelle Edwards, Jane Fry, Chuck Humphrey, Ron Nakao, Wendy Thomas
2009 DDI Alliance Working Papers Series  
Describes the best practices for metadata producers to provide end users with the resources for data discovery and dissemination.  ...  Discovery: Strategies and processes used by the end user to locate and access products (metadata, data, and other related information) of the data life cycle.  ...  data life cycle represents a group of related processes.  ... 
doi:10.3886/ddibestpractices02 fatcat:limvleihircnjcqb3rq53kx4n4

PID Information Types will leverage Interoperability between PID systems

Ulrich Schwardmann
2016 Figshare  
The proposed talk will describe, how such PID Information Types can be defined in data type registries together with automatically generated schemas and how PIDs can be enriched with such type instances  ...  , and eventually how this can substantially improve the interoperability and richness of metadata between PID systems as well as the trustworthyness in the data policies of research data repositories.  ...  Scenarios use DOIs and Handle PIDs without any interrelation point to each other in the metadata Interoperability by PID Information Types Research Data Life Cycle Scientific Workflows  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.4224314.v1 fatcat:xdykmb3urvfpjmpbx4js6ypfye

Service Repository for Cloud Service Consumer Life Cycle Management [chapter]

Hong Thai Tran, George Feuerlicht
2015 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This information is used to search for services in the registry and to compose business process based on identified services.  ...  , and they have proposed a service repository with a discovery capability for managing cloud services life-cycle [1] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-24072-5_12 fatcat:rfw625qdf5c4pd7uyx4sqpd5hu

Managing the Metadata Life Cycle: The Future of DDI at GESIS and ICPSRD1

Peter Granda, Joachim Wacherow, Meinhard Moschner, Wolfgang Zenk-Moeltgen, Mary Vardigan
2020 Zenodo  
and Archiving stages of data life cycle • DDI 3 enables use of new elements and structures to extend markup to other stages of the life cycle -both earlier and later • Emphasis is on projects and tasks  ...  <> − A combination of this information forms a traditional SIP. − Information from each life cycle stagesent to the archive -can  ...  and disadvantages of seeking to capture additional metadata throughout the data life cycle • How much information to make available to funding agencies, data producers, and secondary users?  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3781966 fatcat:ekp4x7dclbclzgap7gzkfd5fja

Automatic Discovery of Data-Centric and Artifact-Centric Processes [chapter]

Erik H. J. Nooijen, Boudewijn F. van Dongen, Dirk Fahland
2013 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
This paper presents an automatic technique for discovering for each notion of data object in the process a separate process model that describes the evolution of this object, also known as artifact life-cycle  ...  Process discovery is a technique that allows for automatically discovering a process model from recorded executions of a process as it happens in reality.  ...  Then a classical process discovery algorithm can be used to obtain a life-cycle model for artifact A i .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-36285-9_36 fatcat:z7vudpulnvanjmfzpxo6cj2nqe

Knowledge-technology-based discovery of unauthorized genetically modified organisms

Tom Ruttink, Dany Morisset, Bart Van Droogenbroeck, Nada Lavrač, Guy L. M. Van Den Eede, Jana Žel, Marc De Loose
2009 Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry  
Detecting deviations from authorized pathways is at the core of the UGM discovery process. Third, it is used to store knowledge in a structured way.  ...  In documentation space, dedicated documents are associated with specific steps in the GMO life cycle.  ...  She has been working in the field of plant biotechnology since the early days.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00216-009-3218-6 pmid:19911176 fatcat:qt3bsmvderbydjgmfvccoevcxi

Using Discovery Learning Method to Improve Students' Learning Outcomes in the Topics of Matrix

Retno Trisniwati, Dwi Priyo Utomo, Arif Hidayatul Khusna
2019 Jurnal Pendidikan MIPA  
The research subjects were 35 students in grade XI. The research instrument used was the observation sheet and test.  ...  It was proven that in the first cycle there were 15 students (42.8%) who were complete and in the second cycle there were 29 students (82.8%) who were complete.  ...  Based on the findings in the second cycle the implementation of learning activities using discovery learning models increased.  ... 
doi:10.23960/jpmipa/v20i2.pp54-59 fatcat:xbwhymwr3vbczct7wlvqy4rpte

Linked Data Exploration in Product Life-Cycle Management [chapter]

Soumaya El Kadiri, Ana Milicic, Dimitris Kiritsis
2013 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
First, it aims at providing a semantic model for handling different data sources and data types, structuring thus information from all stages of a product life cycle.  ...  Product Life Cycle Management (PLM) strategies have been proven as recommended approach for handling, planning and decision making regarding all aspects of products different life cycle stages.  ...  In our work done so far on the domain of product life-cycle, we have used ontology to model this RDF statements graph.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-41263-9_57 fatcat:o4i3a5ylzfal3k2ksa5m7dasjq

Challenges of the Electronic Resources Life Cycle and Practical Ways to Overcome Them

Christina M Geuther
2017 Kansas Library Association College and University Libraries Section Proceedings  
The workflow was previously described by Oliver Pesch's work (2008) on electronic resources life cycles.  ...  This paper will discuss challenges throughout the electronic resources life cycle and practical work arounds of tools many academic libraries have on hand already.  ...  Introduction Oliver Pesch (2008) illustrated the dynamic processes of electronic resources management in the framework of a life cycle.  ... 
doi:10.4148/2160-942x.1062 fatcat:dqxn4jlpbrhzvbl7f3rlpengza

Metadata and Reuse: Antidotes to Information Entropy

Ted Habermann
2020 Patterns  
Data discovery is not enough to slow this process.  ...  Information entropy is the decline in data, information, and understanding that occurs after data are used and results are published. As time passes, the information slowly fades into obscurity.  ...  Many people use the concept of the data life cycle to frame discussions of the steps and processes that occur over the life of data.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.patter.2020.100004 pmid:33205081 pmcid:PMC7660388 fatcat:vpi7pz7pgbgn5ezaganhbediee

A model-driven approach to industrializing discovery processes in pharmaceutical research

K. Bhattacharya, R. Guttman, K. Lyman, F. F. Heath, III, S. Kumaran, P. Nandi, F. Wu, P. Athma, C. Freiberg, L. Johannsen, A. Staudt
2005 IBM Systems Journal  
life-cycle models and their interactions.  ...  of this hierarchy using information technology-level execution elements.  ...  people have contributed to discussions and support over the course of this project, including Anil Nigam, Nathan Caswell, Nitin Nayak, and David Cohn from IBM Research, Anne Aldous and Mark Pease from IBM Life  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.441.0145 fatcat:zsphegfo4bcijc7qra4vsnmxua

Process mining: discovering and improving Spaghetti and Lasagna processes

Wil van der Aalst
2011 2011 IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence and Data Mining (CIDM)  
Process discovery can be used to understand variability and non-conformance. This paper presents the L * life-cycle model consisting of five phases.  ...  For example, process mining can be used to detect and diagnose bottlenecks and deviations in (semi-)structured processes. The analysis of Spaghetti processes is more challenging.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to thank the members of the IEEE Task Force on Process Mining ( and all that contributed to the development of ProM (www.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cidm.2011.6129461 fatcat:r25vsdwbbng5rd76wfiotgowsy


Sita Ratnaningsih, Ressa Carera, Maifalinda Fatra
2017 JMIE (Journal of Madrasah Ibtidaiyah Education)  
The positive response of student towards learning discovery learning model in the first 71,2%, also an increase of 13,5% from 84,7% in the first cycle to second cycle.  ...  This study to improve the ability to solve word math through discovery learning model in the elementary school students. This research method using Classroom Action Research method.  ...  Learning model used is discovery learning model.  ... 
doi:10.32934/jmie.v1i2.42 fatcat:n4cwdmjdabhvrkbjfctmzftp6e


Bejo Apriyanto, Elan Artono Nurdin, Fahrudi Ahwan Ikhsan, Fahmi Arif Kurnianto
2017 Geosfera Indonesia  
can be known from the average test scores on each the end of the cycle of 67.92% (enough) in the first cycle increased to 71.1% (good) in cycle II.  ...  intelligence and learning outcomes. key words : Discovery Learning, Learning Activity, Learning Outcomes PDF  ...  In addition to active cognitive, effective and psychomotor activities with full involvement in the learning process will manifest skill, social and physical skills useful later in real life.  ... 
doi:10.19184/geosi.v1i1.6187 fatcat:bnowd3g2mzh2piqiwam45jalgu

Stochastic Modelling of Vulnerability Life Cycle and Security Risk Evaluation

Sasith M. Rajasooriya, Chris P. Tsokos, Pubudu Kalpani Kaluarachchi
2016 Journal of Information Security  
The objective of the present study is to propose a risk evaluation statistical model for a given vulnerability by examining the Vulnerability Life Cycle and the CVSS score.  ...  Having a better understanding of the behavior of vulnerability with respect to time will give us a great advantage.  ...  In this study, we use the well-known theory of Markov Chain Process to develop such a model.  ... 
doi:10.4236/jis.2016.74022 fatcat:55gyh3z3nrb7hoqw7zm2hdlale
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