Interoperability As A Guiding Principle For Long-Term Archives

Presented at Archive '10, NSF Workshop on on Archiving Experiments to Raise Scientific Standards, May 25-26, 2010 at the Dept. of Comp. Sci., University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA


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Archive '10 focused on the creation of archives of computer-based experiments: capturing and publishing entire experiments that are fully encapsulated, ready for immediate replay, and open to inspection. It brought together a few areas of the scientific community that represent fairly advanced infrastructure for archiving experiments and data (physicists and biomedical researchers) with two areas of the computer systems community for which significant progress is still needed (networks and compilers). The workshop also included experts in enabling technologies and publishing. Start presentation.

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