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    • CLTR: An End-to-End, Transformer-Based System for Cell Level Table Retrieval and Table Question Answering 

      Pan, FeiFei; Canim, Mustafa; Glass, M.; Gliozzo, A.; Fox, Peter (arXiv, 2021-06)
      We present the first end-to-end, transformer-based table question answering (QA) system that takes natural language questions and massive table corpus as inputs to retrieve the most relevant tables and locate the correct ...
    • Knowledge Graphs 

      Hogan, Aidan; Gutierrez, Claudio; Cochcz, Michael; de Melo, Gerard; Kirranc, Sabrina; Pollcrcs, Axel; Navigli, Roberto; Ngonga Ngomo, Axcl-Cyrille; Rashid, Sabbir; Schmclzciscn, Lukas; Staab, Stefan; Blomqvist, Eva; d’Amato, Claudia; Gayo, José Emilio Labra; Ncumaicr, Sebastian (Springer, Cham, 2021-09)
      This book provides a comprehensive and accessible introduction to knowledge graphs, which have recently garnered notable attention from both industry and academia. Knowledge graphs are founded on the principle of applying ...
    • In Memoriam: Dr. Norman Paskin, Founding Director, International DOI Foundation Visionary Pioneer of Reference Linking, Metadata and Persistent Identifier Infrastructure 

      Erickson, John S.; Lannom, Laurence W. (Data Science Journal, 2017)
      We were shocked and saddened to learn of the death of our longtime friend and colleague Dr. Norman Paskin in March 2016. Norman will be remembered as the thoughtful and tireless founding director of the International ...
    • Editorial: 20 Years of persistent identifiers – Applications and future directions 

      Klump, J.; Murphy, F.; Weigel, T.; Parsons, Mark (Data Science Journal, 2017)
      Persistent identifiers (PID) have existed for more than 20 years and have become well established as a means for identifying literature and data on the web. They were invented to address the problem of disappearing internet ...
    • Visual Strategies for Heterogeneous Data: Network Analyses in Earth and Space Sciences 

      Fox, Peter; Prabhu, Anirudh; Parsons, Mark (EGU, 2018)
      Recent successes in the application of complex network theory (including multi-partite) and algorithms to how minerals, fossils and proteins evolve over billions of years, have raised expectations that more general ...
    • International Coordination for Science Data Infrastructure: Proceedings of a Workshop–in Brief 

      Parsons, Mark (National Academies Press, 2018)
      Advances in science and technology have led to the creation of large amounts of data—data that could be harnessed to improve productivity, cure disease, and address many other critical issues. Consensus in the scientific ...
    • Practical Advice to Data Centers to Make Data more FAIR 

      Bricher, P. R.; Duerr, Ruth; Parsons, Mark; LeDrew, Ellsworth; Collins, Julia; Vandenberghe, Thomas; Scory, Serge; Godøy, Øystein; Jones, Matthew B.; Alix, Gabrielle (Data Science Journal, 2018)
      The polar research community has a long history of leadership in promoting open and collaborative data sharing. The first International Polar Year in 1882 made the first call for harmonious meteorological observations. The ...
    • The history and future of data citation in practice 

      Parsons, Mark; Duerr, Ruth; Jones, M. B. (Data Science Journal, 2019)
      In this review, we adopt the definition that ‘Data citation is a reference to data for the purpose of credit attribution and facilitation of access to the data’ (TGDCSP 2013: CIDCR6). Furthermore, access should be enabled ...
    • Convergence. Are we there yet? 

      Parsons, Mark (Earth and Space Science Open Archive, 2019-12-17)
      Infrastructure is not truly designed. It evolves. Infrastructure matures and becomes more ubiquitous, accessible, reliable, and transparent as ‘gateways’ begin to connect myriad systems [1]. Often these gateways that ...
    • RDA Recommendation on PID Kernel Information 

      Weigel, T. A.; Plale, B. A.; Parsons, Mark; Zhou, G. A.; Luo, Y. A.; Schwardmann, U. A.; Quick, R. A.; Hellström, M. A.; Kurakawa, K. (Research Data Alliance, 2019)
      Global middleware infrastructure is insufficient for robust data identification, discovery, and use. While infrastructure is emerging within sub-ecosystems such as the DOI ecosystem of services purposed for data and ...
    • Information Maintenance as a Practice of Care 

      The Information Maintainers; Olson, D.; Meyerson, J.; Parsons, Mark; Castro, J.; Lassere, M.; Wright, D. J.; Arnold, H.; Galvan, A. S.; Hswe, P.; Nowviskie, B.; Russell, A.; Vinsel, L.; Acker, A. (The Maintainers and Educopia Institute, 2019)
      An invitation to participate in a broad ranging discussion that infuses information maintenance with practices, relationships, and ways of thinking and being that represent a coherent ethic of care.
    • Make scientific data FAIR 

      Stall, S.; Yarmey, L.; Cutcher-Gershenfeld, J.; Hanson, B.; Lehnert, B.; Nosek, B.; Parsons, Mark; Robinson, E.; Wyborn, L. (AAAS, 2019)
      All disciplines should follow the geosciences and demand best practice for publishing and sharing data, argue Shelley Stall and colleagues.
    • The history and future of data citation in practice 

      Parsons, Mark; Duerr, Ruth; Jones, M. B. (Data Science Journal, 2019)
      In this review, we adopt the definition that ‘Data citation is a reference to data for the purpose of credit attribution and facilitation of access to the data’ (TGDCSP 2013: CIDCR6). Furthermore, access should be enabled ...
    • Convergence. Are we there yet? 

      Parsons, Mark (ESS Open Archive, 2019-12)
      Infrastructure is not truly designed. It evolves. Infrastructure matures and becomes more ubiquitous, accessible, reliable, and transparent as ‘gateways’ begin to connect myriad systems [1]. Often these gateways that ...
    • Developing the Cross-Disciplinary Information Model for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate 

      Duerr, Ruth; Eleish, Ahmed; Parsons, Mark; Berrios, Daniel; Bugbee, Kaylin; Fox, Peter (AGU, 2021-12)
      The five divisions of NASAs Science Mission Directorate (SMD) represent a very broad spectrum of academic disciplines, ranging from Astronomy, to Planetary science, to Heliophysics, Earth science, Biology and Physical ...
    • Making Science Transparent By Default; Introducing the TOP Statement 

      Aalbersberg, IJsbrand Jan; Appleyard, Tom; Brookhart, Sarah; Carpenter, Todd; Clarke, Michael; Curry, Stephen; Dahl, Josh; DeHaven, Alexander C.; Eich, Eric; Franko, Maryrose; Freedman, Leonard; Graf, Chris; Grant, Sean; Hanson, Brooks; Joseph, Heather; Kiermer, Veronique; Kramer, Bianca; Kraut, Alan; Kumar Karn, Roshan; Lee, Carole J.; MacFarlane, Aki; Martone, Maryann Elizabeth; Mayo-Wilson, Evan; McNutt, Marcia; McPhail, Meredith; Mellor, David Thomas; Moher, David; Mudditt, Alison; Nosek, Brian A.; Orland, Belinda; Parker, Timothy H.; Parsons, Mark; Patterson, Mark; Santos, Solange; Shore, Carolyn; Simons, Daniel J.; Spellman, Bobbie; Spies, Jeffrey R.; Spitzer, Matthew; Stodden, Victoria; Swaminathan, Sowmya; Sweet, Deborah; Vazire, Anne TsuiSimine (OSF, 2018-07)
      In order to increase the replicability of scientific work, the scientific community has called for practices designed to increase the transparency of research (McNutt, 2014; Nosek et al., 2015). The validity of a scientific ...
    • G-PROV: A Provenance Encoding Structure for Guideline Evidence 

      Stephen, Shirly; Seneviratne, Oshani; McGuinness, Deborah L.; Chari, Shruthi; Das, Amar (AMIA, 2018-11-03)
    • WebSci 21 Companion 

      Seneviratne, Oshani; Singh, V.; Freire, A.; Luo, J. D. (ACM, 2021-06)
    • International Workshop on Knowledge Graph: Heterogenous Graph Deep Learning and Applications 

      Unknown author (ACM, 2021-08)
      Knowledge graph (KG) is the backbone to enable cognitive Artificial Intelligence (AI), which relies on cognitive computing and semantic reasoning. Knowledge graph is the connected data with the semantically enriched context. ...
    • BlockIoT: Blockchain-based Health Data Integration using IoT Devices 

      Shukla, Manan; Lin, Jianjing; Seneviratne, Oshani (arXiv, 2021-10)
      The development and adoption of Electronic Health Records (EHR) and health monitoring Internet of Things (IoT) Devices have enabled digitization of patient records and has also substantially transformed the healthcare ...