Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.
Liquid Journals<br />how social computing and liquid knowledge will shape and navigate information waters<br />
What’s a LJ?<br />
The opportunity we miss today<br />It’s not easy to find scientific knowledge<br />Even more difficult than we think<br />...
Key intuition 1 – evolving network of multifacet objects<br />Data<br />
Key intuition 2 – It’s subjective!<br />
Key intuition 3 – editing power of the community<br />
Key intuition 4 – readers create knowledge<br />
Key intuition 5 - Diversity<br />
Scientific Resources for Liquid Journals<br />
Scientific Resource Space<br />Set of connected and annotated scientific resources <br />S=<SR, E, PR, R, A><br />SR=<ID, ...
Relationship types (examples)<br />Temporal (e.g., next_version)<br />Structural (e.g., performed_on, reporting_on)<br />R...
Journal Model<br />
Definition<br />Collection of links to resources<br />Selected by editors (Possibly based on defined procedures)<br />Offe...
Creating knowledge selfishly…<br />
Approach: agile and socially-driven IT<br />Entity<br />Relationship<br />Resource<br />next_version<br />Annotation<br />...
Creating and Filling a Journal<br />
Manual selection<br />
Readings<br />Filters<br />»<br />Authors<br />Universal Resource Space Management System<br />Marcos, Fabio, Maurizio<br ...
Readings<br />Filters<br />»<br />»<br />Authors<br />Settings<br />Fabio<br />Juan <br />Alejandro<br />Peer review, and ...
Automated selection<br />Keyword based (basic and adv, eg source,…)<br />Relation-based and annotation-based<br />Reputati...
Consuming, creating, and “measuring” knowledge<br />Empowering readers<br />
Not just reading…<br />Navigating<br />Sharing<br />Linking and annotating (selfishly)<br />=> measuring reputation based ...
What all this means….<br />Search and management of info overload<br />Knowledge extraction from readers/editors<br />Fair...
Liquid Journals. Overview. How social computing and liquid knowledge will shape and navigate information waters
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Liquid Journals. Overview. How social computing and liquid knowledge will shape and navigate information waters

1,414 views

Published on

Slides describing what are Liquid Journals - a novel tool for sharing and disseminating scientific content

Published in: Education
  • Be the first to comment

Liquid Journals. Overview. How social computing and liquid knowledge will shape and navigate information waters

  1. 1. Liquid Journals<br />how social computing and liquid knowledge will shape and navigate information waters<br />
  2. 2. What’s a LJ?<br />
  3. 3. The opportunity we miss today<br />It’s not easy to find scientific knowledge<br />Even more difficult than we think<br />Growing number of contribs, search does not scale in quality<br />Inefficient dissemination process<br />Dubious filtering and quality assessment<br />Narrowness<br />
  4. 4. Key intuition 1 – evolving network of multifacet objects<br />Data<br />
  5. 5. Key intuition 2 – It’s subjective!<br />
  6. 6. Key intuition 3 – editing power of the community<br />
  7. 7. Key intuition 4 – readers create knowledge<br />
  8. 8. Key intuition 5 - Diversity<br />
  9. 9. Scientific Resources for Liquid Journals<br />
  10. 10. Scientific Resource Space<br />Set of connected and annotated scientific resources <br />S=<SR, E, PR, R, A><br />SR=<ID, URI, CT, CF, A><br />R=<Esrc, ETarget, RType, END, A><br />A=<SR or R, E, text> <br />
  11. 11.
  12. 12. Relationship types (examples)<br />Temporal (e.g., next_version)<br />Structural (e.g., performed_on, reporting_on)<br />Representation (e.g., alternative_repr_of)<br />Authorship (contributed, edited,…)<br />
  13. 13. Journal Model<br />
  14. 14. Definition<br />Collection of links to resources<br />Selected by editors (Possibly based on defined procedures)<br />Offered by a publisher<br />May change continuously and may have issues (snapshots)<br />
  15. 15. Creating knowledge selfishly…<br />
  16. 16. Approach: agile and socially-driven IT<br />Entity<br />Relationship<br />Resource<br />next_version<br />Annotation<br />Person<br />Alternative representation<br />Journal<br />Agency<br />…<br />…<br />
  17. 17. Creating and Filling a Journal<br />
  18. 18. Manual selection<br />
  19. 19. Readings<br />Filters<br />»<br />Authors<br />Universal Resource Space Management System<br />Marcos, Fabio, Maurizio<br />This paper presents a tool and a model that allows…<br />Settings<br />Fabio<br />Juan <br />Alejandro<br />15<br />Liquid journal <br />on mashups<br />Peer review, scientific publications,<br />Subscriptions<br />Adaptive Lifecycle Management <br />Journal on Lifecycle Management<br />Communities<br />Computer Science<br />Physics<br />Biology<br />Liquid journal on peer review<br />Rethinking peer review<br />Joe<br />Exploring new ideas<br />13<br />Liquid journal <br />on peer review<br />Liquid journal on mashups<br />Peer review, scientific publications,<br />Tags<br />Adaptive Lifecycle Management <br />Peer-review<br />Scientific publ<br />Sources<br />Labels<br />Springer<br />Arxiv<br />mashups<br />[1]<br />Time<br />[1]<br />data integration<br />You can drop things on the dock for putting stuff in the <br />Cooking area or sharing them with your contacts<br />You define the quick links by dropping journals and users here<br />No intrusive and without distracting effects<br />Journal on Data Integration<br />Journal on Lifecycle Management<br />Alejandro<br />
  20. 20. Readings<br />Filters<br />»<br />»<br />Authors<br />Settings<br />Fabio<br />Juan <br />Alejandro<br />Peer review, and overview<br />Peter, Pablo, Pedro <br />Subscriptions<br />New frontiers in Science<br />Communities<br />Ernesto, Juan, …<br />Computer Science<br />Physics<br />Biology<br />Liquid journal on peer review<br />Liquidpub research on evaluation metrics<br />Liquid journal on mashups<br />Joe, Matteo, Fabio,…<br />Tags<br />Peer-review<br />Scientific publ<br />Evaluation of reviewers‘ behavior<br />Juan, Alejandro, Carlos<br />Sources<br />Labels<br />Springer<br />Arxiv<br />mashups<br />[1]<br />Time<br />[1]<br />data integration<br />Journal on Data Integration<br />Journal on Lifecycle Management<br />Alejandro<br />
  21. 21. Automated selection<br />Keyword based (basic and adv, eg source,…)<br />Relation-based and annotation-based<br />Reputation (see next)<br />Diversity<br />(partner with ERC search computing)<br />Why better than what we have today?<br />
  22. 22. Consuming, creating, and “measuring” knowledge<br />Empowering readers<br />
  23. 23. Not just reading…<br />Navigating<br />Sharing<br />Linking and annotating (selfishly)<br />=> measuring reputation based on sharing and inclusion in journal<br />=> specific reputation measures based on annotations<br />Implications: better metrics, community filtering, better search and navigation<br />
  24. 24. What all this means….<br />Search and management of info overload<br />Knowledge extraction from readers/editors<br />Fair assessment<br />Efficient dissemination<br />Publish what I want, when I want, how I want, then deliver it through the information pipes<br />Make evolution explicit<br />Reuse implicit review that people do anyways when selecting content for their own purposes<br />

×