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 Title & Authors
Development of Collaboration Infrastructure to Promote R&D Collaboration
Jang, Heejin; Lee, Kyoungmin; Kong, Jonguk; Jo, Jinyong;
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 Abstract
This paper introduces an online collaboration infrastructure in order to build a nationwide collaboration ecosystem in research and education areas. The proposed infrastructure involves domestic research institutes, education institutions and related commercial service vendors. It also includes various systems and services which can promote their online collaboration. Especially it provides the user authentication framework based on identity federation which facilitates the share of various ICT resources across different organizations, thereby enabling the efficient R&D collaboration. We deploy and validate the user authentication framework of the infrastructure on KREONET.
 Keywords
Collaboration;Collaboration infrastructure;Identity federation;Authentication;Resource-sharing;
 Language
Korean
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