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Using linked data notifications to assemble the scholarly record on the decentralised web

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In this presentation we present the results of the Mellon funded Scholarly Communication project that proposes a decentralised architecture for generating, propagating and notification of artefact lifecycle information in scholarly networks. Scholarly artefacts go through many stages from the creation of artefacts, through the registration of these artefacts in repositories, requesting certification at a publisher websites where they will be peer-reviewed and eventually published, to the archivation in a (web) archive. The results of each of these events are typically stored in different environments that are rarely interconnected. This makes assembling the complete lifecycle of artefacts an expensive post-factum endeavour involving mining many information sources and applying heuristics to combine the information into a meaningful result. The Mellon Scholarly Communication project proposes a researcher-centric, institution-enabled scholarly communication system aligned with Decentralised Web concepts and technologies. In this vision researchers use a personal domain and associated storage space (researcher pod) as their long-term scholarly hub. Using Linked Data Notifications these scholarly hubs communicate with service hubs (such as peer review systems, discovery systems, archives) for the fulfilment of the functions of scholarly communication. The research pod stores all the information pertaining to the artefacts that the researcher contributes to the scholarly record where it can be shared and consulted.

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Hochstenbach, Patrick, et al. “Using Linked Data Notifications to Assemble the Scholarly Record on the Decentralised Web.” Semantic Web in Libraries Conference, 13th, Abstracts, 2021.
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Hochstenbach, P., Dedecker, R., Vander Sande, M., Werbrouck, J., Van De Sompel, H., & Verborgh, R. (2021). Using linked data notifications to assemble the scholarly record on the decentralised web. In Semantic Web in Libraries Conference, 13th, Abstracts. Online.
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Hochstenbach, Patrick, Ruben Dedecker, Miel Vander Sande, Jeroen Werbrouck, Herbert Van De Sompel, and Ruben Verborgh. 2021. “Using Linked Data Notifications to Assemble the Scholarly Record on the Decentralised Web.” In Semantic Web in Libraries Conference, 13th, Abstracts.
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Hochstenbach, Patrick, Ruben Dedecker, Miel Vander Sande, Jeroen Werbrouck, Herbert Van De Sompel, and Ruben Verborgh. 2021. “Using Linked Data Notifications to Assemble the Scholarly Record on the Decentralised Web.” In Semantic Web in Libraries Conference, 13th, Abstracts.
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Hochstenbach P, Dedecker R, Vander Sande M, Werbrouck J, Van De Sompel H, Verborgh R. Using linked data notifications to assemble the scholarly record on the decentralised web. In: Semantic Web in Libraries Conference, 13th, Abstracts. 2021.
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P. Hochstenbach, R. Dedecker, M. Vander Sande, J. Werbrouck, H. Van De Sompel, and R. Verborgh, “Using linked data notifications to assemble the scholarly record on the decentralised web,” in Semantic Web in Libraries Conference, 13th, Abstracts, Online, 2021.
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  abstract     = {{In this presentation we present the results of the Mellon funded Scholarly Communication project that proposes a decentralised architecture for generating, propagating and notification of artefact lifecycle information in scholarly networks. Scholarly artefacts go through many stages from the creation of artefacts, through the registration of these artefacts in repositories, requesting certification at a publisher websites where they will be peer-reviewed and eventually published, to the archivation in a (web) archive. The results of each of these events are typically stored in different environments that are rarely interconnected. This makes assembling the complete lifecycle of artefacts an expensive post-factum endeavour involving mining many information sources and applying heuristics to combine the information into a meaningful result.
The Mellon Scholarly Communication project proposes a researcher-centric, institution-enabled scholarly communication system aligned with Decentralised Web concepts and technologies. In this vision researchers use a personal domain and associated storage space (researcher pod) as their long-term scholarly hub. Using Linked Data Notifications these scholarly hubs communicate with service hubs (such as peer review systems, discovery systems, archives) for the fulfilment of the functions of scholarly communication. The research pod stores all the information pertaining to the artefacts that the researcher contributes to the scholarly record where it can be shared and consulted.}},
  author       = {{Hochstenbach, Patrick and Dedecker, Ruben and Vander Sande, Miel and Werbrouck, Jeroen and Van De Sompel, Herbert and Verborgh, Ruben}},
  booktitle    = {{Semantic Web in Libraries Conference, 13th, Abstracts}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  location     = {{Online}},
  title        = {{Using linked data notifications to assemble the scholarly record on the decentralised web}},
  url          = {{https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7mgMSi5Vs0s&list=PL7fMsenbLiQ3kk6067QRQckO9CYv-t6-_&index=2}},
  year         = {{2021}},
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