Enhanced Publications

The term of “enhanced publications”, unlike traditional digital publications, are often tailored to serve specific scientific domains and are generally constituted by a set of interconnected parts corresponding to research assets of several kinds, for example, videos, images, stylesheets, databases, presentations, and to textual descriptions of the research, for examplepapers, chapters, sections, tables.

The nature and format of such parts and of the relationships between them, depends on the application domain and may largely vary from case to case.

On this respect, several enhanced publication information systems were built to offer the possibility to enrich a publication with links to relevant research data, possibly deposited in data repositories or discipline specific databases. For the Digital History, The existence of links between literature and data support the discovery of used and produced scientific data, strengthen data citation, facilitate data re-use, and reward the precious work underlying data management procedures

References :

Vernooy-Gerritsen, Marjan (2009).Emerging standards for enhanced publications and repository technology: survey on technology. Amsterdam University Press.

Haley, K. B.. (2010). The Challenge of Publications.The Journal of the Operational Research Society,61(1), 4-10. Retrieved fromhttp://www.jstor.org/stable/40540222

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