11 Works

Presentation Slides: New platforms and techniques for strengthening ties between observations and user communities.

Reid Boehm, John Kunze, Amy Kirchhoff, Josh Nicholson, Danny Brooke, Gustavo Durand, Merce Crosas, Ruth Duerr, Laurel Haak & Karen Hanson
Presentation Slides from the ESIP Summer Meeting 2017 Session: New platforms and techniques for strengthening ties between observations and user communities.
Thursday, July 27, 2017, 9-10:30am Bloomington, IN

Presentation Slides: New platforms and techniques for strengthening ties between observations and user communities.

Reid Boehm, Laurel Haak, Karen Hanson, John Kunze, Amy Kirchhoff, Josh Nicholson, Danny Brooke, Gustavo Durand, Merce Crosas & Ruth Duerr
Presentation Slides from the ESIP Summer Meeting 2017 Session: New platforms and techniques for strengthening ties between observations and user communities.
Thursday, July 27, 2017, 9-10:30am Bloomington, IN

Presentation Slides: New platforms and techniques for strengthening ties between observations and user communities.

Reid Boehm, John Kunze, Amy Kirchhoff, Josh Nicholson, Danny Brooke, Gustavo Durand, Merce Crosas, Ruth Duerr, Laurel Haak & Karen Hanson
Presentation Slides from the ESIP Summer Meeting 2017 Session: New platforms and techniques for strengthening ties between observations and user communities.
Thursday, July 27, 2017, 9-10:30am Bloomington, IN

Basic Z39.50 Concepts and Creation

John Kunze
This paper leads network programmers through the basic concepts and steps in setting up a networked server that conforms to the Z39.50 standard for searching and retrieving records from remote information systems. Section 1 deals with concepts and section 2 with creating the server.

Basic Z39.50 Concepts and Creation

John Kunze
This paper leads network programmers through the basic concepts and steps in setting up a networked server that conforms to the Z39.50 standard for searching and retrieving records from remote information systems. Section 1 deals with concepts and section 2 with creating the server.

A Unified Element Vocabulary for Metadata

John Kunze
A position paper proposing a Unified Element Vocabulary for a 1996 W3C Distributed Indexing/Searching Workshop. Originally page 71 of the workshop proceedings.

A Unified Element Vocabulary for Metadata

John Kunze
A position paper proposing a Unified Element Vocabulary for a 1996 W3C Distributed Indexing/Searching Workshop. Originally page 71 of the workshop proceedings.

What Do We Mean By Persistence?

John Kunze
Scholars increasingly use scientific and cultural assets in digital form, but choosing which among many objects to cite for the long term can be difficult. There are few well-defined terms to describe the various kinds and qualities of persistence that object repositories and identifier resolvers do or don’t provide. Despite decades of debate about permanence of digital objects and identifiers, it is still often treated as a simple binary property. Here we present a draft...

What Do We Mean By Persistence

John Kunze
Scholars increasingly use scientific and cultural assets in digital form, but choosing which among many objects to cite for the long term can be difficult. There are few well-defined terms to describe the various kinds and qualities of persistence that object repositories and identifier resolvers do or don’t provide. Despite decades of debate about permanence of digital objects and identifiers, it is still often treated as a simple binary property. Here we present a draft...

jak_WhatDoWeMeanByPersistence.pdf

John Kunze
Scholars increasingly use scientific and cultural assets in digital form, but choosing which among many objects to cite for the long term can be difficult. There are few well-defined terms to describe the various kinds and qualities of persistence that object repositories and identifier resolvers do or don’t provide. Despite decades of debate about permanence of digital objects and identifiers, it is still often treated as a simple binary property. Here we present a draft...

What Do We Mean By Persistence?

John Kunze
Scholars increasingly use scientific and cultural assets in digital form, but choosing which among many objects to cite for the long term can be difficult. There are few well-defined terms to describe the various kinds and qualities of persistence that object repositories and identifier resolvers do or don’t provide. Despite decades of debate about permanence of digital objects and identifiers, it is still often treated as a simple binary property. Here we present a draft...

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Publication Year

  • 2017
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  • 2016
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Registration Year

  • 2017
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  • 2016
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Data Centers

  • 027.7 - Zeitschrift für Bibliothekskultur
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  • 4TU.Centre for Research Data
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  • Aalborg University Library
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  • Acta Biologica Plantarum Agriensis
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  • Acta Regionis Rurum
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  • ADAMA Web S.L.
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  • Adaptive Biotechnologies
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  • AERIS - Pôle français de données et services pour l'atmosphère
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  • Africa Health Research Institute
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  • African Population and Health Research Centre
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  • Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
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  • Agriculture Victoria
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  • Ajakirjad (http://ojs.utlib.ee)
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  • Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien
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  • Aktionsbündnis Patientensicherheit e.V.
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  • Alexander von Humboldt Institut für Internet und Gesellschaft
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  • Alfred-Wegener-Institut
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  • Alkalmazott Nyelvtudomány
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  • Alkalmazott Pszichológia
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  • Állatorvostudományi Egyetem
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  • Alliance for Crops, Soils, and Environmental Science Societies
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  • ALT Proceedings / UB Bern
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  • altrelettere
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