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Data Intensive Collaboration in Science and Engineering: CSCW workshop themes

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Themes from diverse CSCW 2012 workshop participant position papers on the topic of data-intensive collaboration in science and engineering.

Themes from diverse CSCW 2012 workshop participant position papers on the topic of data-intensive collaboration in science and engineering.

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  • 1. DICOSE Themes 11 February 2012
  • 2. All the Things• Contexts • Practices • Centers • Co-production• Colocated • Conflicts • Open • Values• Artifacts • Curation • Sustainability • Decisions• Infrastructures • Networks • Usage • Monitoring• Adoption • Preservation • Reuse • Integration• Relationships • Distributed • Flexibility • Software• Complexity • Ecosystems • Services • Hardware• HPC • Policy • Skills • Local• Stewardship • Roles • Funding • Evolution• Motivation • Dynamics • Interoperability • Data
  • 3. Obvious• Scale• Inter/multi-disciplinarity• Cyberinfrastructure & eScience• Sharing
  • 4. Contexts• Domain • Cogburn, Gokhman, Rotman, Rolland, Gardner, Brown• Colocated, distributed • Brown, Howe, Rubleske, Weber• Open access, data, software, participation • Belhajjame, Kee, Li, Rolland, Rotman, Gokhman
  • 5. Infrastructures• Social: roles, skills, norms, values, relationships • Cogburn, Weber, Gokhman, Rotman, Li, Gardner, Howe, Kee, Belhajjame• Technical: ecosystems, centers, software, hardware, services • Brown, Howe, Gardner, Kee, McConahy, Rubleske, Weber• Sustainability: policy, funding, adoption, maintenance • Howe, Li, McConahy, Kee, Belhajjame
  • 6. Reusability• Data, tools, methods, artifacts • Belhajjame, Gardner, Kee, Li, Rolland• Interoperability, standards, integration • Li, Rotman, Weber• Curation, preservation, stewardship, management • Belhajjame, McConahy, Rotman, Rubleske, Rolland
  • 7. Tensions• Norms, values, motivations, legitimacy, conflict • Gokhman, Rotman• Dynamics of evolution and growth • Belhajjame, McConahy, Rotman, Gokhman• Flexibility vs. specificity • Gardner, Kee, Weber, Li• Now vs. later • Reflected in sustainability, flexibility, reusability
  • 8. Fishbowls• Contexts • Gardner, Weber, Brown, Cogburn• Infrastructures • Gokhman, Rubleske, Howe, Kee, McConahy• Reusability • Belhajjame, Rotman, Rolland, Li

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