Dienstag, 18. April 2023, 14:00 Uhr

An Approach for Global and Local Data Lifecycle Management with Provenance and Persistent

  • Herr Lars Christoph Gleim, M. Sc.  -  Computer Science Chair 5
  • Ort: Raum 5053.1 (kleiner B-IT-Hörsaal)/Informatikzentrum, Ahornstraße 55
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The increasing complexity of data lifecycle management in inter-organizational collaboration and agile product development has resulted in current data management practices struggling to meet industrial requirements.

To address this, an approach called World Wide Data Management (WWDM) has been developed based on Linked Data technology and principles of findability, accessibility, interoperability, and reusability (FAIR). WWDM provides key services, principles, and best practices for global and local data lifecycle management with provenance and persistent identifiers. The approach includes services for persistent resource identification, infrastructure-independent data persistence, data integration and interoperability, verifiable accountability for data sharing, and integrating the WWDM paradigm with traditional data management in file systems.

WWDM provides a practical foundation to enable inter-organizational data management and collaboration with minimal operational overhead, promoting the adoption of FAIR data management principles and best practices throughout the product lifecycle and enterprise supply chain.


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