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Die Nutzung und Wirkung genormter Managementsysteme - Eine Studie im Rahmen der Initiative QI-FoKuS

Mona Mirtsch, Claudia Koch, Gabriele Dudek & K. Blind
Das Ziel der Initiative QI-FoKuS ist es, eine Datenbasis für neue wissenschaftliche Erkenntnisse zu Einflussfaktoren und Effekten in der Konformitätsbewertung und Akkreditierung zu schaffen. Ende 2019 wurden in einer ersten Online-Erhebung Unternehmen verschiedener Branchen und Größenklassen in Deutschland zur Nutzung von Managementsystemen und ihren Wirkungen befragt. Diese umfasste weit verbreitete genormte Managementsysteme wie ISO 9001 und ISO 14001 genauso wie bisher wenig untersuchte Systeme wie die ISO 50001 oder ISO/IEC 27001. Es konnten 180 Fragebögen...

Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Software Preservation

Brandon Butler, Patricia Aufderheide, Peter Jaszi & Krista Cox
The Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Software Preservation helps ensure that the subjects, products, and tools of scholarship will continue to be accessible despite evolving technology. The code expresses a consensus view of how fair use—the legal doctrine allowing the use of copyrighted materials without permission from the copyright holder under certain circumstances—applies to core, recurring situations in software preservation. Fair use has become an increasingly vital tool for permitting cultural heritage...

The Twin Cities Innovation Ecosystem: A Study of Stakeholder Perspectives

Rider Foley
In the early 1980s, the Office of Naval Research sponsored a novel research project led by Andrew Van de Ven and colleagues (1986) called The Minnesota Innovation Research Program. That study investigated thirteen subject areas from microelectronics and medical products to multi-hospital systems and programs to commercialize outer space, all of which were underway in the state. Van de Ven and colleagues (1989) issued an edited volume that shared the lessons learned from that longitudinal...

Supporting Teaching with Primary Sources

Krystal Appiah & Brenda Gunn
In June 2019, the University of Virginia Library joined Ithaka S+R’s study, “Supporting Teaching with Primary Sources,” which examines the pedagogical practices of humanities and social sciences faculty at participating institutions who teach with primary sources at the undergraduate level. By participating in this study, the investigators from the Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library seek to better understand our faculty’s use of primary sources in the classroom in order that our staff may...

Untersuchung der Selbstorientierung bei veränderten Gravitationsbedingungen (kurz: SelfOG)

Sandra Felsner, Rainer Herpers, Timur Saitov, David Scherfgen, Laurence Roy Harris, Michael Jenkin & Nils Bury
Die Wahrnehmung des perzeptionellen Aufrecht (perceptual upright, PU) variiert in Abhängigkeit der Gewichtung verschiedener gravitationsbezogener und körperbasierter Merkmale zwischen Kontexten und aufgrund individueller Unterschiede. Ziel des Vorhabens war es, systematisch zu untersuchen, welche Zusammenhänge zwischen visuellen und gravitationsbedingten Merkmalen bestehen. Das Vorhaben baute auf vorangegangen Untersuchungen auf, deren Ergebnisse indizieren, dass eine Gravitation von ca. 0,15g notwendig ist, um effiziente Selbstorientierungsinformationen bereit zu stellen (Herpers et. al, 2015; Harris et. al, 2014). In dem hier...

Lazy Robot Control by Relaxation of Motion and Force Constraints

Djordje Vukcevic
Technical Report / Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences, Department of Computer Science, 03-2020

Il TEMPO ASSOLUTO DI MINKOWSKI

Gabriele Federici
L' IDEA DELLA SPAZIOTEMPO DEL PROFESSORE DI EINSTEIN

2019 EIFL Annual Report

Romy Beard, Jean Fairbairn, Teresa Hackett, Iryna Kuchma, Rima Kuprytė & Ramunė Petuchovaite
EIFL (Electronic Information for Libraries) 2019 Annual Report shares news and information about EIFL’s programmes (EIFL Copyright and Libraries Programme; EIFL Licensing Programme; EIFL Open Access Programme and the EIFL Public Library Innovation Programme). The report profiles some of the people who benefited from EIFL’s work in 2019, and also marks EIFL’s 20th Anniversary.

\"We\": a Proposal for the TRIPLE platform

Stéphane POUYLLAU, Mélanie BUNEL, Laurent CAPELLI & Jean-Luc MINEL
This research report is a proposal to define a platform, called We, for the TRIPLE project. First, the We platform is situated in the ecosystem of academic tools. Then its functionalities are described. This document proposes a conceptual representation of an innovative platform based on the discovery of experts, topics and projects using the analysis, classification, linking and enrichment of data. It is not a proposal of a Human-Machine Interface (HMI) which is under the...

Augmented emission maps are an essential new tool to share and investigate detailed emission data.v3

Jessica de Ruiter, Armando Indrajuana, Mitch Elstgeest, René van Gijlswijk, Norbert Ligterink & Paul Tilanus
Vehicle emissions contribute substantially to worldwide pollutant emissions and poor local air quality. How people drive influences their car’s pollutant emissions. However, the relationship between driving behaviour and emissions is also dependent on the vehicle. Detailed emission data is necessary to describe this relationship. The Horizon 2020 project uCARe has developed a standard to publish and share detailed emission measurement data. A range of different partners active in passenger car testing have already shared measurement...

Chapter 5.Pathways towards a Sustainable Future

Kai M. A. Chan, John Agard, Jianguo Liu, Ana Paula Dutra De Aguiar, Dolors Armenteras Pascual, Agni Klintuni Boedhihartono, William W. L. Cheung, Shizuka Hashimoto, Gladys Cecilia Hernández-Pedraza, Thomas Hickler, Jens Jetzkowitz, Marcel Kok, Michael Alan Murray-Hudson, Patrick O'Farrell, Theresa Satterfield, Ali Kerem Saysel, Ralf Seppelt, Bernardo Strassburg, Dayuan Xue, Odirilwe Selomane, Lenke Balint & Assem Abdelmonem Ahmed Mohamed
This document contains Chapter 5 of the IPBES Global Assessment on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services.

Information on Report of the Scientific Committee of the Food Safety Authority of Ireland on Appraisal of new and emerging food processing technologies and their potential risks to food safety

Note: this is a summary of the Report of the Scientific Committee of the Food Safety Authority of Ireland on Appraisal of new and emerging food processing technologies and their potential risks to food safety (ISBN: 978-1-910348-38-3). The original report can be found on the FSAI website (www.fsai.ie). The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) asked its Scientific Committee to appraise new and emerging food processing technologies and their potential risks to food safety. In...

'Living Next to the Port' online survey

Jānis Daugavietis & Agnese Veisberga-Zīle
Methodology of online survey conducted within the research project ‘Living Next to the Port: Eco-narratives, Local Histories, and Environmental Activism in the Daugava Delta’ carried out by researchers of Institute of Literature, Folklore and Art of the University of Latvia. Files contains: description of methodology (in Latvian and Russian); questionnaires in Latvian and Russian (with translation in English); survey structure (LimeSurvey .lss file). Information on the project: https://www.facebook.com/DziveLidzasOstai http://lulfmi.lv/Dzive-lidzas-ostai http://lulfmi.lv/en/Living-Next-to-the-Port [EN] https://zenodo.org/communities/ekohum/ [EN]

Publishable Summary of 19ENV09 MetroPEMS - Improved vehicle exhaust quantification by portable emission measurement systems metrology

Jorge Saturno
Publishable Summary 19ENV09 MetroPEMS - Improved vehicle exhaust quantification by portable emission measurement systems metrology

Chapter 2.2 Status and Trends –Nature

Andy Purvis, Zsolt Molnár, David Obura, Kazuhito Ichii, Katherine Willis, Nakul Chettri, Mohammad Dulloo, Andrew Hendry, Bardukh Gabrielyan, Julian Gutt, Ute Jacob, Emre Keskin, Aidin Niamir, Bayram Öztürk, Rashad Salimov & Pedro Jaureguiberry
This document contains Chapter 2.2 of the IPBES Global Assessment on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services.

Digital skills, risks and wellbeing among European children: Report on (f)actors that explain online acquisition, cognitive, physical, psychological and social wellbeing, and the online resilience of children and young people

Giovanna Mascheroni, Davide Cino, Jakub Mikuška, David Lacko & David Smahel
This report is based on further analysis of the EU Kids Online data collected across 19 European countries in 2017–19 (Smahel et al., 2020), and aims to identify the antecedents and consequences of digital skills among children. More specifically, in Section 3, "The antecedents of digital skills", we tested the relationship between individual characteristics (age and gender), social characteristics (socioeconomic status [SES] and parental mediation), country characteristics, information and communications technology (ICT) use and skills....

e-IRG Blue Paper on Data Management

Norbert Meyer, Gudmund Høst, Fotis Karayannis, Johannes Reetz, John Kennedy, Maciej Brzeźniak, Gera Pronk, Daan Broeder, Angelos Bilas, Steven Newhouse & Sergio Andreozzi
In the emerging era of Open Science, research infrastructures, such as the ESFRI projects, play a fundamental role as major data production factories. For science to function effectively, and for society to reap the full benefits from scientific endeavours, scientific data must be made open . Openness and sharing of data allows value creation in terms of new knowledge, products and ideas through re-using, re-purposing or computing of the data. There can of course be...

Guide to e-Infrastructure Requirements for European Research Infrastructures

Sverker Holmgren, Arjen van Rijn, Panos Argyrakis, Francoise Genova, Sergi Girona, Norbert Meyer, Roar Skålin & Rosette Vandenbroucke
This e-IRG support document focusses on providing information and recommendations for complying with the e-needs instructions included in the ESFRI QUESTIONNAIRE FOR SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS FOR ROADMAP 2018. Information about existing e-Infrastructures (mainly at European level), about open science and about data management is included. This document contains three main parts. The first part addresses the e-needs instructions included in the ESFRI QUESTIONNAIRE FOR SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS FOR ROADMAP 2018 and the corresponding key minimal...

Guide to e-Infrastructure Requirements for European Research Infrastructures

Sverker Holmgren, Arjen van Rijn, Panos Argyrakis, Francoise Genova, Sergi Girona, Norbert Meyer, Roar Skålin & Rosette Vandenbroucke
This e-IRG support document focusses on providing information and recommendations for complying with the e-needs instructions included in the ESFRI QUESTIONNAIRE FOR SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS FOR ROADMAP 2018. Information about existing e-Infrastructures (mainly at European level), about open science and about data management is included. This document contains three main parts. The first part addresses the e-needs instructions included in the ESFRI QUESTIONNAIRE FOR SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS FOR ROADMAP 2018 and the corresponding key minimal...

Long Tail of Data

Francoise Genova & Wolfram Horstmann
Data driven science is seen as the fourth paradigm of scientific research after experimental science, theoretical science and computational science.With the advent of Big Data the focus turned towards massive data volumes and the very large amount of small data sets became out of sight of funders, policy makers and the general public.Today it is time to put attention back to the LongTail of science, be it for data, computing or services, and bestow it...

e-IRG Task Force Report on Legal Issues

Andrew Cormack, Bob Day, Nikolaus Forgo, David Foster, Fotis Karayannis, Eirini Kontrafouri, Panos Louridas, Sandra Oudejans, Willemijn Waisvisz & Jan Wiebelitz
Between December 2012 and May 2013 a Task Force of the e-Infrastructure Reflection Group (e-IRG) considered the legal and regulatory issues likely to arise from the increasing use of state-funded e-Infrastructures by non-state funded researchers and organisations. Such use, on a national and international scale, appears essential to achieve the Horizon 2020 goals for a European Digital Research Area. The Task Force report formed part of the e-IRG White Paper 2013 (long version). This document...

Summary report – Report on the retrieval, provision and analysis of policy and cost-related information / indicators

Marcin Lawenda, Fotis Karayannis, Peter Schipper, Michael Maragakis & Jan Wiebelitz
In this report, we provided a summary of the work conducted in the e-IRGSP5 in the area of collection, aggregation and publication of policy and cost-related information/metrics/Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). In the first place, we have defined the audience to which it is addressed, being mainly funding agencies and policy makers in the area of e-Infrastructures, EU-funded e-Infrastructure projects and managers, along with individual users/researchers. We also outlined general rules, which lead to the definition...

e-IRG Roadmap 2012

Gudmund Høst, Leif Laaksonen, Ivan Maric, Norbert Meyer, Kees Neggers, Dana Petcu, Bjørn Henrichsen, Sverker Holmgren, Frank van Iersel, Anton Frank & Marie Sandberg
With the Roadmap 2012, e-IRG presents a vision of the future of e-Infrastructures in Europe . An advanced e-Infrastructure Commons will be necessary to implement the Innovation Union1 and the Digital Agenda2, two essential flagships of the EU’s 2020 Strategy3 . e-Infrastructure is used to refer to an environment to share research and educational resources (e .g . network, computers, storage, software, data) so that these resources can easily be accessed and used by academia,...

Evaluation of e-Infrastructures and the development of related Key Performance Indicators

Erik Fledderus, Francoise Genova, Gabriele von Voigt, Jan Wiebelitz & Marcin Lawenda
National Funders and the European Commission are funding the development and the operation of project-specific as well as general-purpose e-Infrastructures to provide services and facilities to research communities. In its White Paper 2013 e-IRG has introduced the e-Infrastructure Commons for knowledge, science and innovation. This e-Infrastructure Commons is an integrated living ecosystem of resources and services that should be open, user-friendly and accessible to European researchers and scientists, continuously adapting to the changing requirements of...

WP5 Scoping Report: Building an Open Dissemination System

Graham Stone, Rupert Gatti, Vincent W.J. van Gerven Oei, Javier Arias, Tobias Steiner & Eelco Ferwerda
COPIM's Work package 5 (WP5) is developing technical protocols and infrastructure to better integrate OA books into institutional library, digital learning, and repository systems. This will support wider discovery and dissemination of OA books. Existing print and ebook distribution channels are difficult for new or OA publishers to engage with, requiring submission of metadata in multiple different formats (e.g. MARC, ONIX, KBART), and many platforms requiring multiple different metadata submissions; In addition, existing distribution channels...

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