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Research Object Model in Sepublica

  1. 1. WORKFLOW-CENTRIC RESEARCH OBJECTS: FIRST CLASS CITIZENS IN SCHOLARLY DISCOURSE Khalid Belhajjame, Oscar Corcho, Daniel Garijo, Jun Zhao, Paolo Missier, David Newman, Raul Palma, Sean Bechhofer, Esteban Garcıa Cuesta, José Manuel Gomez-Perez, Graham Klyne, Kevin Page, Marco Roos, José Enrique Ruiz, Stian Soiland-Reyes, Lourdes Verdes- Montenegro, David De Roure, Carole A. Goble http://www.wf4ever-project.org
  2. 2. FROM ELECTRONIC PAPERS TO RESEARCH OBJECTS 11 February 2012 Scientists DICoSE workshop Hypothesis Experiments Annotations Research Object Electronic Results paper Provenance 2 Datasets
  3. 3. WORKFLOW: EXAMPLE 11 February 2012   Example of a scientific DICoSE workshop workflow that implement a proteomic experiment   The analysis operations that compose the workflow are provided in this case by third party web services. 3
  4. 4. BENEFITS OF RESEARCH OBJECTS 11 February 2012   Aresearch object aggregates all elements that are necessary to understand research DICoSE workshop investigations.   Methods (experiments) are viewed as first class citizens   Promote reuse   Enable the verification of reproducibility of the results 4
  5. 5. OUTLINE 11 February 2012   Context: Research Objects as First Class Citizens DICoSE workshop   Workflow Research Object Model   LifeCycle of Workflow Research Objects   Conclusions and Future Work 5
  6. 6. RESEARCH OBJECT MODEL: OVERVIEW 11 February 2012 DICoSE workshop 6
  7. 7. 11 February 2012 WORKFLOW TEMPLATE AND WORKFLOW RUN DICoSE workshop 7
  8. 8. 11 February 2012 DICoSE workshop 8 EXAMPLE
  9. 9. 11 February 2012 DICoSE workshop 9 EXAMPLE (CONT.)
  10. 10. 11 February 2012 DICoSE workshop 10 EXAMPLE (CONT.)
  11. 11. GROUNDING WORKFLOW-CENTRIC RESEARCH OBJECTS USING SEMANTIC TECHNOLOGIES 11 February 2012   Workflow-centric research objects are encoded using RDF, according to a set of ontologies that are publicly available   Research objects use the Object Exchange and Reuse (ORE) model, to represent aggregation. DICoSE workshop 11
  12. 12. GROUNDING WORKFLOW-CENTRIC RESEARCH OBJECTS USING SEMANTIC TECHNOLOGIES 11 February 2012 (CONT.)   We use the Annotation Ontology (AO), to annotate research object resources and their relationships. DICoSE workshop 12
  13. 13. OUTLINE 11 February 2012   Context: Research Objects as First Class Citizens DICoSE workshop   Workflow Research Object Model   LifeCycle of Workflow Research Objects   Conclusions and Future Work 13
  14. 14. Live RO Live RO Scientist My supervisor calls My supervisor calls me again and we Reviews received and A new PhD student me to report my work decide to publish our final version continues my RO+paper published work <<copy>> <<copy>> <<copy, filter and curate>> <<copy>> <<versionOf>> Scientist RO snapshot RO snapshot <<versionOf>> Identified by a URI Identified by a URI Some metadata Some metadata Some curation Some curation Mostly private (for my Mostly private (for my group group) and for paper reviewers) Identified by a URI Librarian/Curator Archived RO Good metadata and curation 14 Mostly public
  15. 15. OUTLINE 11 February 2012   Context: Research Objects as First Class Citizens DICoSE workshop   Workflow Research Object Model   LifeCycle of Workflow Research Objects   Conclusions and Future Work 15
  16. 16. CONCLUSIONS 11 February 2012   ResearchObjects capture information that is necessary for understanding the results of research investigations as well as the methods DICoSE workshop (workflows) used in those investigation   Wepresented a model for specifying workflow research objects   Wespecified how instances of that model can be encoded using semantic web technologies using standards such as Object Exchange and Reuse, and the Annotation Ontology 16
  17. 17. ONGOING AND FUTURE WORK 11 February 2012   We are currently developing in the context of the Wf4Ever project a family of tools for the management of workflow research objects DICoSE workshop   Integration with the myExperiment Social Network Portal   We are also investigating issues such as:   Decay   Discovery and Reuse   Scalability 17
  18. 18. RESEARCH OBJECT SPECIFICATION ARE PUBLICLY AVAILABLE 11 February 2012 Wf4Ever Research Object Specification is available DICoSE workshop at http://wf4ever.github.com/ro/ Wf4Ever Research Object Vocabularies and Ontologies Primer is available at http://wf4ever.github.com/ro-primer/ 18

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