Supporting collaboration within the eScience community

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Boldyreff, Cornelia, Nutter, David and Rank, Stephen 2004. Supporting collaboration within the eScience community. 1st Workshop on Requirements Capture for Collaboration in eScience. 14-15 Jan 2004 Edinburgh
AuthorsBoldyreff, Cornelia, Nutter, David and Rank, Stephen
TypeConference paper
Abstract

Collaboration is a core activity at the heart of large-scale cooperative
scientific experimentation. In order to support the emergence of Grid-based scientific collaboration, new models of
e-Science working methods are needed.
Scientific collaboration involves production and manipulation of various artefacts. Based on work done in the software engineering field, this paper proposes models and tools which will support the representation and production of such artefacts. It is necessary to provide facilities to classify, organise, acquire, process, share, and reuse artefacts generated during collaborative
working. The concept of a "design space" will be used to organise scientific design and the composition of experiments,
and methods such as self-organising maps will be used to support the reuse of existing artefacts. It is proposed that this work can be carried out and evaluated in
the UK e-Science community, using an "industry as laboratory" approach to the research, building on the knowledge, expertise, and experience of those directly involved in e-Science.

KeywordsElicitation methods; Collaboration; OSCAR
Year2004
Conference1st Workshop on Requirements Capture for Collaboration in eScience
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PrintJan 2004
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Deposited05 Feb 2010
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10552/558
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Boldyreff, C. et al (2004) “Supporting collaboration within the eScience community.” In: 1st Workshop on Requirements Capture for Collaboration in eScience, 14-15 Jan 2004, Edinburgh, UK..

Place of publicationEdinburgh
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