SD ID: Frictionless Data Exchange Across Research Data, Software and Scientific Paper Repositories
Organisations & contacts
Petr Knoth, Lucas Anastasiou and Giorgio Basile, The Open University, UK
Martin Klein and Herbert Van de Sompel, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
OVERVIEW: The Science Demonstrator pilots a demonstrator service for fast and highly scalable exchange of data across repositories storing research datasets, manuscripts and scientific software.
SCIENTIFIC OBJECTIVES OF THE DEMONSTRATOR:
This pilot wants to showcase how scholarly communication resources can be effectively, regularly and reliably exchanged across systems, and to apply ResourceSync protocol on real-world use cases. Moreover, the objective is also to show data synchronization across a cross-disciplinary network of repositories and between repositories and global added-value services.
FINDABILITY & ACCESSIBILITY: increasing resources findability and accessibility on the web;
INTEROPERABILITY: improving interoperability of scientific repositories;
REUSABILITY: increase resources reuse in big data analytics tasks involving text and data mining;
increasing scalability of data exchange among scholarly communication systems.
- Benchmarkingg OAI-PMH against ResourceSync in a number of scenarios and according to a number of criteria, including:
- Enhancing ResourceSync by means of developing of a ResourceSync On Demand Dump concept and its implementation and aditpion in a real use cases.
- Supporting OpenAIRE in adopting ResourceSync-based ingestion of scientific papers from publishers.
A clear path to go beyond the current state of the art in information exchange between EOSC data providers and services;
Scalable client/server implementation of the ResourceSync protocol for easy adoption by data providers;
Awareness of existing issues and the proposed solution.
the demonstrator will be deployed within the CORE infrastructure
the CORE infrastructure consists of small clusters for harvesting, indexing, processing and storing data