Tomasz Miksa on Research Data Preservation Using Process Engines and Machine-Actionable Data Management Plans at the TPDL conference in Porto
Tomasz Miksa presented a paper entitled “Research Data Preservation Using Process Engines and Machine-Actionable Data Management Plans” at the 22nd International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries (TPDL 2018) which was held 10-13 September in Porto, Portugal.
The paper demonstrates how systems used for managing data during research can be extended with preservation functions using process engines that run pre-defined preservation workflows. It also shows a prototype of a machine-actionable data management plan that is automatically generated during this process to document actions performed.
The full text of the paper can be found here: [click].