Aligning research resource and researcher representation: The eagle-i and VIVO use case

Stella Mitchell, Carlo Torniai, Brian Lowe, Jon Corson-Rikert, Melanie Wilson, Mansoor Ahmed, Shanshan Chen, Ying Ding, Nicholas Rejack, Melissa Haendel

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Abstract

People are a uniquely pervasive nexus, linking the inputs, activities, and outputs of research over time and thus enabling their discovery through contextual relationships with other people, organizations, and events. However, an artificial separation between information about people and information about the research resources they use has evolved in institutional information systems. This lack of interoperability has recently been recognized as impairing the efficiency and effectiveness of research. The impairment stems not only from the overall lack of discoverability, but also from the lack of connectivity between systems for managing information about people and those, if any, that gather and maintain information about research resources. The lack of data integration is compounded when working across institutions, where local needs may dictate inconsistent approaches to data collection, management, and display.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationCEUR Workshop Proceedings
Pages260-262
Number of pages3
Volume833
StatePublished - 2011
Event2nd International Conference on Biomedical Ontology, ICBO 2011 - Buffalo, NY, United States
Duration: Jul 26 2011Jul 30 2011

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Other2nd International Conference on Biomedical Ontology, ICBO 2011
CountryUnited States
CityBuffalo, NY
Period7/26/117/30/11

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Data integration
Interoperability
Information systems
Display devices

Keywords

  • Application ontology
  • Expertise
  • Linked open data
  • Research resources
  • Researcher profile

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Computer Science(all)

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Mitchell, S., Torniai, C., Lowe, B., Corson-Rikert, J., Wilson, M., Ahmed, M., ... Haendel, M. (2011). Aligning research resource and researcher representation: The eagle-i and VIVO use case. In CEUR Workshop Proceedings (Vol. 833, pp. 260-262)

Aligning research resource and researcher representation : The eagle-i and VIVO use case. / Mitchell, Stella; Torniai, Carlo; Lowe, Brian; Corson-Rikert, Jon; Wilson, Melanie; Ahmed, Mansoor; Chen, Shanshan; Ding, Ying; Rejack, Nicholas; Haendel, Melissa.

CEUR Workshop Proceedings. Vol. 833 2011. p. 260-262.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Mitchell, S, Torniai, C, Lowe, B, Corson-Rikert, J, Wilson, M, Ahmed, M, Chen, S, Ding, Y, Rejack, N & Haendel, M 2011, Aligning research resource and researcher representation: The eagle-i and VIVO use case. in CEUR Workshop Proceedings. vol. 833, pp. 260-262, 2nd International Conference on Biomedical Ontology, ICBO 2011, Buffalo, NY, United States, 7/26/11.
Mitchell S, Torniai C, Lowe B, Corson-Rikert J, Wilson M, Ahmed M et al. Aligning research resource and researcher representation: The eagle-i and VIVO use case. In CEUR Workshop Proceedings. Vol. 833. 2011. p. 260-262
Mitchell, Stella ; Torniai, Carlo ; Lowe, Brian ; Corson-Rikert, Jon ; Wilson, Melanie ; Ahmed, Mansoor ; Chen, Shanshan ; Ding, Ying ; Rejack, Nicholas ; Haendel, Melissa. / Aligning research resource and researcher representation : The eagle-i and VIVO use case. CEUR Workshop Proceedings. Vol. 833 2011. pp. 260-262
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