A Framework for Discussing e-Research Infrastructure Sustainability

@inproceedings{Katz2014AFF,
  title={A Framework for Discussing e-Research Infrastructure Sustainability},
  author={Daniel S. Katz and David Proctor},
  year={2014}
}
Introduction Reusable infrastructure, systems and components created by one or more people and intended to be used by others, have become essential for many types of research over the last century, from microscopes to telescopes, and from sequencers to colliders. Over the past few decades, most of the interfaces to research infrastructure, and in many cases, the infrastructure itself, has become digital. In this paper we discuss e-Research infrastructure, also called cyberinfrastructure, which… CONTINUE READING

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