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AIRFrame: Integrating Diverse Digital Collections in Astrobiology
|Title:||AIRFrame: Integrating Diverse Digital Collections in Astrobiology|
|Keywords:||NASA Astrobiology Institute|
|Citation:||Rich Gazan (2010). AIRFrame: Integrating Diverse Digital Collections in Astrobiology. ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, 21-25 June 2010, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.|
|Abstract:||Astrobiology is an inherently interdisciplinary field concerned
with questions of life in the universe. This paper describes the
design and ongoing implementation of the Astrobiology
Integrative Research Framework (AIRFrame), an open source,
ontology-driven information system designed to ingest and
analyze heterogeneous inputs of both published and unpublished
data, and to identify and illustrate latent connections between
research in astrobiology’s diverse constituent fields.
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