The Dataset Acquisition, Accessibility, and Annotation e-Research Technologies (DART) Project: building the new collaborative e-research infrastructure

Andrew Treloar, {Director Information Management and Strategic Planning | DART Project Architect | ARROW Technical Architect}, Information Technology Services , PO Box 3A, Monash University, Victoria, 3800. Andrew.Treloar@its.monash.edu.au


Keywords

Collaboration, e-Research, CIMA, SRB, DEST, Fedora, Repositories, Sensors.


Abstract

The Dataset Acquisition, Accessibility, and Annotation e-Research Technologies (DART) Project is a Commonwealth Department of Education, Science and Training (DEST) funded project to develop and assess new e-research collaboration tools and infrastructure. This paper begins by describing the context in which the DART bid was submitted. It then goes on to describe the overall architecture for DART and its various work packages. The paper then outlines some of the underlying theory on which the DART bid and project are based. Finally, the paper concludes by examining progress to date on the project.


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