Knowledge Infrastructure for Global Systems Science

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Presentation at the First Open Global Systems Science Conference, Brussels, 8-10 November 2012
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Knowledge Infrastructure for Global Systems Science

  1. 1. Knowledge Infrastructure for Global Systems Science David De Rourem o de ls na r rati ves data scie ntis ts citize ns
  2. 2. Social Objects
  3. 3. www.myexperiment.org A repository for sharing research methods (e.g. data analysis pipelines) Largest public workflow repository (2600 workflows for multiple systems, 320 groups, 280 packs) Workflows have co-evolved into Packs, Research Objects and now Computational Research Objects Influenced BioCatalogue, MethodBox and SysMO-SEEK
  4. 4. methods data
  5. 5. Co-Evolution of Research Objects Packs ORE OAI Workflows Research Objects W3C PROV ComputationalResearch Objects
  6. 6. Sean Bechhofer SELECT?wf ?uri SELECT?wf ?uriSELECT?pack ?contrib WHERE {{ WHERESELECT?pack ?contribWHERE { ?wf mebase:has-current-version ?v. ?wf mebase:has-current-version ?v.WHERE { ?pack rdf:type mepack:Pack. ?v mecomp:executes-dataflow ?d. ?v mecomp:executes-dataflow ?d. ?pack rdf:type mepack:Pack. ?pack ore:aggregates ?contrib. ?d mecomp:has-component ?c. ?d mecomp:has-component ?c. ?pack ore:aggregates ?contrib.} ?c rdf:type mecomp:WSDLProcessor. ?c rdf:type mecomp:WSDLProcessor.} ?c mecomp:processor-uri ?uri. ?c mecomp:processor-uri ?uri. } }
  7. 7. http://force11.org/
  8. 8. …after the inputs have been completed, themodel will run, and as the resulting outputbecomes available to view in the eBook, thenavigation tree changes to reflect this… http://www.bristol.ac.uk/cmm/research/estat/
  9. 9. www.methodbox.org
  10. 10. The R dimensionsReusable. The key tenet of Replayable. Studies might involveResearch Objects is to support the single investigations that happen insharing and reuse of data, methods milliseconds or protracted processesand processes. that take years.Repurposeable. Reuse may also Referenceable. If research objectsinvolve the reuse of constituent are to augment or replace traditionalparts of the Research Object. publication methods, then they mustRepeatable. There should be be referenceable or citeable.sufficient information in a Research Revealable. Third parties must beObject to be able to repeat the able to audit the steps performed instudy, perhaps years later. the research in order to be convincedReproducible. A third party can of the validity of results.start with the same inputs and Respectful. Explicit representationsmethods and see if a prior result can of the provenance, lineage and flowbe confirmed. of intellectual property. Replacing the Paper: The Twelve Rs of the e-Research Record” on http://blogs.nature.com/eresearch/
  11. 11. Research repeat Record repeatMachineMachine paper paper Machine Machine REPRODUCE paper papersoftware software software softwareMachineMachine Machine Machine Software Software REPRODUCE OR REPEAT? paper paperworkflow workflow workflow workflow wf wf software softwaresoftware softwareMachineMachine Software Software Machine Machine blogs.nature.com/eresearch/
  12. 12. Notifications and automatic re-runs Executable theses Autonomic Curation New research? and repair Computational Research ObjectsMachines are users too
  13. 13. A Big Picture cyber/e-infrastructure Big Data The Future?More machines Big Compute Conventional Social online Computation Networking research More people
  14. 14. Some Social Machinessociam.org
  15. 15. Discussion points1. What are the social objects of Global Systems Science? – Models, data, narratives, …1. How do we achieve automation that is assistive and scales? – Machines are users too: computer assistance versus automation/Taylorisation – Computational research objects1. Social Machines for Systems Science – Theory and practice, design and construction – Science on, of and in the Web
  16. 16. Data ∪ Models ∪ Expertise “sense-making network”Datasets or(+ models)(searched by experts)Iain Buchan
  17. 17. david.deroure@oerc.ox.ac.ukwww.oerc.ox.ac.uk/people/dderwww.scilogs.com/eresearch@dderhttp://www.myexperiment.org/packs/346
  18. 18. Links • myExperiment project wiki http://wiki.myexperiment.org/ • Workflow Forever project (Wf4Ever) http://www.wf4ever-project.org/ • Digital Social Research http://www.digitalsocialresearch.net/ • e-Stat http://www.bristol.ac.uk/cmm/research/estat/ • Methodbox http://www.methodbox.org/ • Theory and Practice of Social Machines (SOCIAM) http://sociam.org/ • Web Science http://webscience.org/ • Future of Research Communication (FORCE11) http://force11.org/
  19. 19. • D. De Roure, C. Goble and R. Stevens. The Design and Realisation of the myExperiment Virtual Research Environment for Social Sharing of Workflows Future Generation Computer Systems 25, pp. 561-567.• S. Bechhofer, I. Buchan, D De Roure et al. Why linked data is not enough for scientists, Future Generation Computer Systems• D. De Roure, David and C. Goble, Anchors in Shifting Sand: the Primacy of Method in the Web of Data. WebSci10, April 26-27th, 2010, Raleigh, NC, US.• D. De Roure, S. Bechhofer, C. Goble and D. Newman, Scientific Social Objects, 1st International Workshop on Social Object Networks (SocialObjects 2011).• D. De Roure, K. Belhajjame, P. Missier, P. et al Towards the preservation of scientific workflows. 8th International Conference on Preservation of Digital Objects (iPRES 2011).• Carole A. Goble, David De Roure and Sean Bechhofer Accelerating scientists’ knowledge turns. Will be available at www.springerlink.com• Khalid Belhajjame, Oscar Corcho, Daniel Garijo et al Workflow-Centric Research Objects: First Class Citizens in Scholarly Discourse, SePublica2012 at ESWC2012, Greece, May 2012• Kevin R. Page, Ben Fields, David De Roure et al Reuse, Remix, Repeat: The Workflows of MIR, 13th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference (ISMIR 2012) Porto, Portugal, October 8th-12th, 2012

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