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DANS Colloquium on Research and Data 2: Herbert van de Sompel: Results from the Hiberlink project

The DANS R&D colloquium is a meeting place for researchers, archivists and ICT specialists. Organized by DANS, its focus is on research data and what you can do with it. You are invited to participate in discussing the challenge to keep data fixed and to invent tools that can evolve fast in a landscape that is on the move. If you have done projects in preserving and reusing data we find a slot for you to share your experiences.

  • DANS Colloquium on Research and Data 2: Herbert van de Sompel: Results from the Hiberlink project
  • 2015-05-19T15:00:00+02:00
  • 2015-05-19T17:00:00+02:00
  • The DANS R&D colloquium is a meeting place for researchers, archivists and ICT specialists. Organized by DANS, its focus is on research data and what you can do with it. You are invited to participate in discussing the challenge to keep data fixed and to invent tools that can evolve fast in a landscape that is on the move. If you have done projects in preserving and reusing data we find a slot for you to share your experiences.

Theme May 19: Herbert van de Sompel: Results from the Hiberlink project

Over the past two years, the Hiberlink project – a collaboration between the University of Edinburgh and the Los Alamos National Laboratory - has investigated reference rot in web-based scholarly communication. Reference rot is the combination of link rot and content drift to which references to web at large resources made in journal articles are subject. The project's research track has quantified reference rot using corpora that are orders of magnitude larger than those used by previous studies. The results show that reference rot poses a significant threat to the long-term integrity of the scholarly record. The project's solutions track has devised remedies to ameliorate reference rot, including pro-active capturing of web at large resources that are referenced in scholarship and link decorations to increase the robustness of links to those resources over time. The presentation will provide an overview of the major project results.

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19-05-2015 van 15:00 tot 17:00 (Europe/Amsterdam / UTC200)
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Den Haag
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