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Title: Linking Data and Publications: Towards a Cross-Disciplinary Approach
Authors: Hoogerwerf, Maarten 
Lösch, Mathias 
Schirrwagen, Jochen 
Callaghan, Sarah 
Manghi, Paolo 
Iatropoulou, Katerina 
Keramida, Dimitra 
Rettberg, Najla 
Keywords: cultural heritage;digital libraries;learning objects;linked open data;scholarly publications
Issue Date: 14-Jun-2013
Publisher: Test
Project: 2nd-Generation Open Access Infrastructure for Research in Europe 
Journal: The International Journal of Digital Curation 
Volume: 8
Issue: 1
Start page: 244
End page: 254
Abstract: 
In this paper, we tackle the challenge of linking scholarly information in multidisciplinary research infrastructures. There is a trend towards linking publications with research data and other information, but, as it is still emerging, this is handled differently by various initiatives and disciplines. For OpenAIRE, a european cross-disciplinary publication infrastructure, this poses the challenge of supporting these heterogeneous practices. Hence, OpenAIRE wants to contribute to the development of a common approach for discipline-independent linking practices between publications, data, project information and researchers. To this end, we constructed two demonstrators to identify commonalities and differences. The results show the importance of stable and unique identifiers, and support a “by reference” approach of interlinking research results. This approach allows discipline-specific research information to be managed independently in distributed systems and avoids redundant maintenance. Furthermore, it allows these disciplinary systems to manage the specialized structures of their contents themselves.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/5
DOI: 10.2218/ijdc.v8i1.257
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