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Deriving the Properties of Object Types for Research Data Relation Model
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Deriving the Properties of Object Types for Research Data Relation Model
Kim, Suntae;
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 Abstract
In this study, the properties of the object types required to describe the relationship among research data resources, which may be generated during the life cycle of the research, are derived. The properties of Fedora Commons and DSpace, which are open source software used for resource management, and schema properties published in DataCite were analyzed. Based on relation names of Fedora Commons, nine new relation names were derived. Thirty-eight object type properties consolidating the target properties of the analysis were derived. The result of this study can be used as basic material for crosswalk research studies of object type relation terms to ensure interoperability among the systems.
 Keywords
Object type relation;Fedora Commons;DSspace;DataCite;Research Data;Scientific Data;
 Language
English
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