Research information management: the CERIF approach

@article{Jeffery2014ResearchIM,
  title={Research information management: the CERIF approach},
  author={Keith G. Jeffery and Nikos Houssos and Brigitte J{\"o}rg and Anne Asserson},
  journal={IJMSO},
  year={2014},
  volume={9},
  pages={5-14}
}
In the context of the wide research environment we introduce the CERIF (Common European Research Information Format) data model which (a) has a richer structure than the usual metadata standards used in research information; (b) separates base entities from link entities thus providing flexibility in expressing role based temporal relationships; (c) defines a distinct semantic layer so that relationship roles in link entities and controlled value lists in base entities are separately managed… CONTINUE READING

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