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The Future of Scientific Knowledge Discovery in Open Networked Environments: Summary of a Workshop

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National Research Council, Board on Research Data and Information, Policy and Global Affairs, The Future of Scientific Knowledge Discovery in Open Networked Environments: Summary of a Workshop (Paul F. Uhlir, Rapporteur 2012) (full-text).

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Digital technologies and networks are now part of everyday work in the sciences, and have enhanced access to and use of scientific data, information, and literature significantly. They offer the promise of accelerating the discovery and communication of knowledge, both within the scientific community and in the broader society, as scientific data and information are made openly available online.

The focus of this project was on computer-mediated or computational scientific knowledge discovery, taken broadly as any research processes enabled by digital computing technologies. Such technologies may include data mining, information retrieval and extraction, artificial intelligence, distributed grid computing, and others. These technological capabilities support computer-mediated knowledge discovery, which some believe is a new paradigm in the conduct of research. The emphasis was primarily on digitally networked data, rather than on the scientific, technical, and medical literature. The meeting also focused mostly on the advantages of knowledge discovery in open networked environments, although some of the disadvantages were raised as well.

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