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Тип документа: Technical Report
Название: CERIF 1.3 Full Data Model (FDM). Introduction and Specification
Другие названия: CERIF 1.3. Полная модель данных (ПМД). Введение и спецификации
Дата публикации: 2012
Страниц: 54
URI: http://elib.ict.nsc.ru/jspui/handle/ICT/1865
Ссылка на связанный ресурс: http://www.eurocris.org/Uploads/Web%20pages/CERIF- 1.3/Specifications/CERIF1.3_FDM.pdf
Краткий обзор (реферат): CERIF (the Common European Research Information Format) is a formal conceptual model to support the management of Research Information, including the set up of and the interoperation between Research Information Systems. Research Information is information about research entities such as people, projects, organisations, publications, patents, products, funding, or equipment, etc. and the relationships between them. Information Systems allow to structure, store, maintain, exchange, access, disseminate or assess the information they contain. We consider CERIF; its entities, their rich and flexible relationship management, the xml interchange format, and the CERIF Semantics a very powerful instrument for setting up scalable and quality-oriented information systems. The CERIF 1.3 release upgrades the model towards measurement extensions, elaborated on infrastructure entities and semantics, and includes geographic bounding box. This document provides a detailed description of the range and structure of the entire CERIF model – version 1.3.
Описание: CERIF is considered a standard; recommended by the European Union to its Member States. It has been developed with support by the European Commission in two major phases: 1987-1990 and 1997-1999. In 2000 the European Commission handed over care and custody of CERIF to euroCRIS (www.eurocris.org) a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to the promotion of Current Research Information Systems (CRISs). <P><B>Status:</B></P> CERIF model improvements result from discussions among euroCRIS CERIF task group members during regular physical task group meetings, from the mailing list and forum communication, mostly triggered through real-world requirements from the euroCRIS community.
Язык документа: en_EN
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