Enhanced Publications
Title
Enhanced Publications
Subtitle
Linking Publications and Research Data in Digital Repositories
Price
€ 32,95
ISBN
9789089641885
Format
Paperback
Number of pages
212
Language
English
Publication date
Dimensions
15.6 x 23.4 cm
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Enhanced Publications - 4 Contents - 8 About the contributors - 12 About the DRIVER Studies - 16 Trends in Research Information Management - 18 1. Introduction - 22 2. Structural Elements of an Enhanced Publication - 24 3. Publication Models - 32 4. Characteristic Features of Objects - 46 5. Relations - 60 6. Current Repository Projects - 70 7. Conclusion - 80 Appendix: Identifiers and Identifier Resolution Services - 84 References - 88 8. Introduction - 96 9. Definitions and Principles - 100 10. Requirements and Recommendations - 104 11. Data Model - 114 12. Vocabularies - 120 13. Recommendation for Serialisation - 122 14. Conclusion - 128 References - 130 15. Sample Datasets of Enhanced Publications - 136 16. Demonstrator - 144 17. General Discussion and Conclusions - 154 18. Introduction - 160 19. Institutional Repositories and long-term Preservation Archives - 164 20. A Demonstrator for an LTP Connector - 182 21. Archiving Agreement and Enhanced Publications - 194 22. General Conclusions - 202 Appendix. Work Agreements - 206

Marjan Vernooy-Gerritsen

Enhanced Publications

Linking Publications and Research Data in Digital Repositories

The traditional publication will be overhauled by the ‘Enhanced Publication’. This is a publication that is
enhanced with research data, extra materials, post publication data, and database records. It has an
object-based structure with explicit links between the objects. In this book a state-of-the-art overview is given
of the structural elements of an Enhanced Publication, as well as publication models, interrelationship and
repository issues. The use of Enhanced Publications evokes questions on object models and functionalities.
In-depth study is made of these subjects. More practically, a sample is given of datasets together with
a demonstrator-project. In the final section, this book deals with long-term preservation issues, linking to the
developments of digital repositories that are studied in other books in this series.