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2014 Report Restricted

iMarine sustainability white paper
Taconet M., Ellenbroek A., Caumont H., Garavelli S., Parker S., Castelli D., Pagano P., Bosio C., Zoppi F.
The sustainable management of fisheries and conservation of marine living resources through the ecosystem approach is a societal issue of global dimension. More and more, data is needed to support evidence-based decision making and adaptive management, a challenge that no single institution or country can address in isolation. The European Union's programme for e-infrastructures and data infrastructures has been the pathway to integrating data services and tools in a seamless way, increasingly at large scale. As a data management infrastructure, iMarine (http://www.i-marine.eu) ensures that computational resources, specific tools, and data services are open to many different actors and complementary initiatives. With a long-term vision for providing the comprehensive data management solutions required to support the full policy cycle of the ecosystem approach to fisheries at a global scale, iMarine proposes a public partnership centered business modelSource: ISTI Technical reports, pp.1–104, 2014
Project(s): IMARINE via OpenAIRE

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2011 Report Open Access OPEN

Guidelines for the iMARINE project quality plan
Bosio C., Zoppi F.
The objective of this report to define the guidelines for the Quality Plan established for the iMarine project. This report focuses on several activities of the project, trying to ensure the achievement of concrete and efficient results. The different activities of the project are governed by a number of procedures and guidelines described in different project documents: Annex I to the Grant Agreement (Description of Work), Consortium Agreement, individual work package work plans, etc. This deliverable gathers in a single document all this disperse information which together will foster the achievement of the project objectives.Source: ISTI Technical reports, pp.1–14, 2011
Project(s): IMARINE via OpenAIRE

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2011 Report Open Access OPEN

Guidelines for the EUBrazilOpenBio project quality plan
Bosio C., Zoppi F.
The EUBrazilOpenBio Quality Plan will define the guidelines and procedures of the project in order to ensure efficient project execution as well as high quality project results. The purpose of the present Technical Report is to facilitate the co-operation within the EU-BR consortium providing its members with a point of reference and a common understanding of project methods and procedures, with particular emphasis on the fulfillment of the contractual obligations towards the European Commission and the CNPq. This report will guide all beneficiaries in order to reduce project overhead and increase the efficiency and quality of the work to be performed. The rules, templates, suggestions, and means of communication specified in this document aim to guide the EUBrazilOpenBio beneficiaries providing a framework for operation in different managerial aspects. The ultimate objective of the Quality Plan is to serve as tool, or handbook, for consistent use by project participants to ensure concrete and quality results in line with the work plan the EUBrazilOpenBio project is committed to achieve.Source: ISTI Technical reports, pp.1–10, 2011
Project(s): EUBRAZILOPENBIO via OpenAIRE

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2009 Report Open Access OPEN

Guidelines for the D4Science-II project quality plan
Bosio C., Zoppi F.
The objective of this Technical Report is to report the Quality Plan established for the D4Science-II project. This plan focuses on several activities of the project, trying to ensure the achievement of concrete and efficient results. The different activities of the project are governed by a number of procedures and guidelines described in different project documents: Annex I to the Grant Agreement (Description of Work), Consortium Agreement, individual work package work plans, etc. This deliverable gathers in a single document all this disperse information which together will foster the achievement of the project objectives.Source: ISTI Technical reports, pp.1–17, 2009
Project(s): D4SCIENCE-II via OpenAIRE

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2008 Other Unknown

D4Science - DIstributed colLaboratories Infrastructure on Grid ENabled Technology for Science
Assante M., Bosio C., Candela L., Castelli D., Frosini L., Lelii L., Pagano P., Simi M.
This project aims to continue the path that the GÉANT, EGEE, and DILIGENT projects have initiated towards establishing networking, grid-based, and data-centric e-Infrastructures that accelerate multidisciplinary research by eventually overcoming several crucial barriers that stand on the way, primarily those related to heterogeneity, sustainability and scalability. Such a scientific work needs to be supported by a wide range of heterogeneous and continuously evolving application resources, i.e., data and services, whose integration is very problematic as they are usually tailored to the specific requirements of the organisation that developed each one. Furthermore, the core functionality implemented by these applications (e.g., analysis, transformation, and extraction of knowledge from a large body of distributed and heterogeneous data) is computationally intensive and can rarely be sustained by individual organisations. Finally, setting up an appropriate collaboration framework is an expensive, time-consuming, and complex task that only few organisations can undertake.

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2008 Other Unknown

DRIVER II - Digital Repository Infrastructure Vision for European Research – Phase II
Artini M., Baldacci M. B., Bardi A., Bosio C., Castelli D., Manghi P., Mikulicic M., Zoppi F.
DRIVER is a multi-phase effort whose vision and primary objective is to establish a cohesive, pan-European infrastructure of Digital Repositories, offering sophisticated functionally services to both researchers and the general public. Its aims to introduce key innovations compared to the original “DRIVER” project, while building on its results. The main novelties envisioned are: Establishment of a “European Confederation of Digital Repositories” as a strategic arm of DRIVER; Inclusion of Digital Repositories with non-textual or non-publication content, e.g., images, presentations, and possibly primary data; Construction of “enhanced publications”, which combine interrelated information objects into a logical whole, e.g., publications coupled with relevant presentations and associated datasets; Provision of advanced functionality to address the requirements raised by the above innovations or to serve varied modes of scientists’ research explorations. Additionally, DRIVER Phase-II moves from a test-bed to a production-quality infrastructure, expands the geographical coverage of Digital Repositories included in it, intensifies state-of-the-art and future-direction studies, and escalates dissemination, training, and community building activities. “DRIVER Phase-II” significantly broadens the horizons of the DRIVER endeavour regarding infrastructure operation, functionality innovation, and community relevance, and is a major step on the way to the envisioned Knowledge Society.

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2008 Other Unknown

BELIEF II - Bringing Europe’s eLectronic Infrastructures to Expanding Frontiers - Phase II
Biagini F., Bosio C., Castelli D., Pagano P., Zoppi F.
The initiative Bringing Europe’s electronic infrastructures to expanding frontiers II (BELIEF-II) is a twenty four month Coordination Action (CA) of the INFRA-2007-3.3: Studies, conferences and coordination actions supporting policy development, including international cooperation, for eInfrastructures. It builds on the success achieved in BELIEF [2005-2007] and has as its strategic objective to coordinate the efficient & effective communication, Results, Networking & Knowledge Flow between EU e-Infrastructures projects and their users, promoting their development and exploitation worldwide. Through adopting a structured coordination of all EU e-Infrastructures projects, dissemination and networking activities, BELIEF-II seeks to: 1. Ensure Europe’s numerous e-Infrastructures projects evolve in synergy with one another together with national initiatives to ensure common directions and efficient interaction. 2. Reinforce the relevance of Europe’s e-Infrastructures worldwide thus helping sustain their successful development and exploitation globally. 3. Provide a communication platform that is at the same time a channel for projects to manage their content, to communicate activities to users and the public, and to be a unique access point for users to find out about eInfrastructures.

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2008 Report Unknown

D4Science - DIstributed colLaboratories Infrastructure on Grid ENabled Technology for Science
Assante M., Bosio C., Candela L., Castelli D., Frosini L., Lelii L., Pagano P., Simi M.
Infrastruttura per: (i) la registrazione, monitoring e mantenimento di risorse di calcolo, servizi e dati condivise secondo certe politiche e (ii) la creazione di ambienti virtuali di supporto alla collaborazione scientifica che si basano sull'uso di queste risorse.Source: Project report, D4Science, 2008

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2008 Other Open Access OPEN

DRIVER - Digital Repository Infrastructure Vision for European Research
Artini M., Baldacci M. B., Bardi A., Bosio C., Castelli D., Manghi P., Mikulicic M., Zoppi F.
The DRIVER Infrastructure is an implementation of D-NET (see) and hosts one main aggregation system, integrating Open Access metadata records from a growing number of European Institutional Repositories. At present, the infrastructure runs 36 services distributed over 9 partner sites; as a result of the Confederation efforts, the resulting Information Space numbers 1,000,000+ records out of 200+ repositories across 27 countries, and the number of repositories willing to join is still growing. Currently, the space is accessed by three DL applications: the Belgium national repository portal, offering search over the Belgium Repository Federation subset; Recolecta national repository portal, offering search on the Spanish Repository Federation subset; and the main DRIVER portal, providing access and advanced functionality over the whole space.

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2008 Software Unknown

gCube Open Source Software System
Assante M., Bosio C., Candela L., Castelli D., Frosini L., Lelii L., Pagano P., Simi M.
gCube is a Software System designed and implemented to enable the building and operation of a Service Oriented Infrastructure supporting the definition of Virtual Research Environments (VREs). Such system is capable to exploit and simplify the access to the largest Grid infrastructure currently existing, i.e. the one operated by the European Grid for E-sciencE project (EGEE). A Service Oriented Infrastructures is an infrastructure developed according to the Service Orientation principles, this reflects in facilities for the re-usability and dynamic allocation of the resources forming the infrastructure itself. A Virtual Research Environment is the materialization of a very flexible and agile application development model based on the notion of Software as a Service (SaaS) in which components may be bound instantly, just at the time they are needed and then the binding may be discarded. According to it, user communities are enabled to define their own applications by simply selecting the application constituents (the services, the collections, the machines) among the pool of resources made available through the infrastructure. The cost of operating each defined VRE is completely outsourced to the infrastructure that by applying economies of scale to the operation of the applications (sharing and re-use) can offer better, cheaper and more reliable applications than single communities can themselves.

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2008 Report Open Access OPEN

Guidelines for the BELIEF-II project quality plan
Bosio C., Zoppi F.
The Project Quality Plan (PQP) is a handbook designed to guide the BELIEF-II project participants through all aspects of the project's management and to state, track and monitor the quality of the work produced by the project. It is to serve as a reference tool as it brings together all of the procedures and policies that have been agreed upon since the beginning of the project by the Project Coordinator, the Partner Managers and the Work Package Leaders.Source: ISTI Technical reports, pp.1–27, 2008
Project(s): BELIEF-II via OpenAIRE

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2005 Report Open Access OPEN

DILIGENT - D4.2.2 Dissemination plan - M6
Ioannidis Y., Kakaletris G., Delis A., Castelli D., Bosio C., Michel J., Manieri A.
This document describes the DILIGENT Project dissemination plan, which will serve as the guideline for the Dissemination and Liaison Activities during the remaining 30 months of the project. This plan handles both one-way traditional or electronically supported dissemination activities, as well as interactive collaborations between the DILIGENT project and selected relevant task forces or user communities, by proposing steps to be taken in a realistic, cost effective manner. It highlights the opportunities to be exploited, proposes the instruments to be utilized and the actions to be taken and sets the rules for facilitating both the sustainable development of the project's outcome and the reuse of technology and knowledge produced by experts worldwide.Source: Project report, DILIGENT, Deliverable D4.2.2, pp.1–67, 2005
Project(s): DILIGENT

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2005 Report Open Access OPEN

DILIGENT Deliverable D4.2.3 - Dissemination & Liaison Activities Report - 2005
Ioannidis Y., Kakaletris G., Delis A., Tsakalozos K., Castelli D., Bosio C., Michel J., Manieri A., Guidetti V., Crestani F.
This document contains a full report on the DILIGENT project's dissemination activities performed during the first 12-month period of the project. It provides brief background information on the concepts that guide dissemination in DILIGENT and introduces both the activities performed during this period and the material and instruments produced.Source: Project report, DILIGENT, Deliverable D4.2.3, 2005
Project(s): DILIGENT

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