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WOODSS and the Web: annotating and reusing scientific workflows
This paper discusses ongoing research on scientific workflows at the Institute of Computing, University of Campinas (IC - UNICAMP) Brazil. Our projects with bio-scientists have led us to develop aExpand
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User-author centered multimedia building blocks
The advances of multimedia models and tools popularized the access and production of multimedia contents: in this new scenario, there is no longer a clear distinction between authors and end-users ofExpand
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A New Data Set to Keep a Sharper Eye on Land-Air Exchanges
Author(s): Pastorello, GZ; Papale, D; Chu, H; Trotta, C; Agarwal, DA; Canfora, E; Baldocchi, DD; Torn, MS | Abstract: FLUXNET15, the latest update of the longest global record of ecosystem carbon,Expand
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Enviro-Net: From Networks of Ground-Based Sensor Systems to a Web Platform for Sensor Data Management
Ecosystems monitoring is essential to properly understand their development and the effects of events, both climatological and anthropological in nature. The amount of data used in these assessmentsExpand
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Interoperability for GIS Document Management in Environmental Planning
Environmental planning requires constant tracing and revision of activities. Planners must be provided with appropriate documentation tools to aid communication among them and support plan enactment,Expand
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An on-line collaborative data management system
Scientific data continues to grow in volume making the tasks of managing, accessing and sharing such data more challenging. Providing data to scientists via scientific gateways or collaborativeExpand
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An Annotation Propagation Mechanism for Multimedia Content ∗
Scientific research is producing and consuming large volume s of multimedia data at an ever growing rate. Metadata – data about data – is the primary mech anism through which context is associated toExpand
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Providing Homogeneous Access for Sensor Data Management ∗
We are facing the proliferation of several kinds of sensing devices, from satellites to tiny sensors. This has opened up new possibilities for us to understand, manage and monitor a givenExpand
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Applying Scientific Workflows to Manage Sensor Data
There is a world wide effort to create infrastructures that sup- port multidisciplinary, collaborative and distributed work in scientific re- search, giving birth to the so-called e-ScienceExpand
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Multimedia Semantic Annotation Propagation
Scientific research is producing and consuming large volumes of multimedia data at an ever growing rate. Annotations to the data helps associating context and enhances content management, making itExpand
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