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Repositories Architecture #83
Repositories Architecture #83
Repositories Architecture #83
Repositories Architecture #83
Repositories Architecture #83
Repositories Architecture #83
Repositories Architecture #83
Repositories Architecture #83
Repositories Architecture #83
Repositories Architecture #83
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Repositories Architecture #83

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Some principles for an architecture to support and exploit repositories in the UK

Some principles for an architecture to support and exploit repositories in the UK

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  • 1. Repository Architecture #83 Paul Walk Technical Manager p.walk@ukoln.ac.uk UKOLN is supported by: www.ukoln.ac.uk A centre of expertise in digital information management
  • 2. questions • do we need another ‘architecture’? – perhaps we can make better use of what already exists (and works well) • is there anything truly new in this problem space? • haven’t we been here before (or at least somewhere in the vicinity)? – Content Management Systems (CMS) of the last six years • can we learn from other domains? – CMS – document management – records management – open data - addressable data objects – open notebook science - workflows 2

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