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DARSI: An Ontology for Facilitating the Development of Data Sharing and Use Agreements

  title={DARSI: An Ontology for Facilitating the Development of Data Sharing and Use Agreements},
  author={M O Greene and Sam Grabus and Jeff R. Greenberg},
The advantages of data sharing across organizations and disciplines are indisputable; although, sensitive and restricted data cannot be easily shared due to policies and legal matters. The research presented in this paper takes a step toward systematizing the sharing of sensitive and restricted research data by developing an ontology to frame and guide DSUA (Data Sharing and Usage Agreement) development. The paper provides background context, describes the ontology creation process, and… 

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