Chair (s): Gary Berg-Cross, Peter Wittenburg, Raphael Ritz
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Webinar - Connecting Data, Institutions and People: FAIR Digital Objects, RDA outputs and the design of the DiSSCo Research Infrastructure - 18 March 2021
The DFT WG task is to describe a basic, abstract data organization model which can be used to derive a reference data terminology that can be used across communities and stakeholders to better synchronize conceptualization, to enable better understanding within and between communities and finally to stimulate tool building, such as for data services, supportive of the basic model’s use. We assume that this abstract data organization model will focus on common building blocks and their characteristics, along with relevant protocols.
The Published Output can be cited this way: dx.doi.org/10.15497/06825049-8CA4-40BD-BCAF-DE9F0EA2FADF
The key document which covers the last version of the core term definitions and the model is attached below as first document.
All other documents that were produced by DFT are added as well.
RDA 12 CEDAR Best Practices 201811
Metadata Best Practices Illustrated with the CEDAR
by John Graybeal
|RDA 12 CEDAR Best Practices 201811.pdf||4.64 MB|
Sept call about vocabulary BoF
This is a zipped MP4 recording of our Zoom discussion
|Sept-BoF call.zip||15.55 MB|
First year report on RDA Europe analysis programme
Detailed analysis & results of the data architectures and organizations of the communities studied and a description of possible generalizations towards solutions for integration and interopera
|iCORDI-D2 4-0_v4-with changes.docx||381.07 KB|
Discussion of Larger Scope DFT Concepts & Terminological Issues
These slides discuss the possibility of defining a broader scope of the DFT vocabulary and richer ways to define it.
Automated policy driven definitions are presented as examples which
|Draft DFT Larger Scope.pptx||1.85 MB|
Data Architecture survey report
Report on detailed analysis results of the data architectures and organizations of the communities studied and a description of possible generalizations towards solutions for integration and intero
|Survey of EU data architectures.docx||1.9 MB|