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  • Conference Abstract  + (Texts of a specified length that states the issue to be discussed in a proposed conference paper. It serves as the basis for the acceptance of the paper at a conference. The abstract is published along with the paper.)
  • Book Chapter  + (Texts written by a single author or collaboratively based on research or scholarly findings and expertise in a field.)
  • Project Info/Activity Parent ID  + (The ActivityID of any larger program of which this activity is a part.)
  • Journal Article/DOI  + (The Digital Object Identifier.)
  • Journal Article/ISSN  + (The International Standard Serial Number.)
  • Principal Investigator  + (The Principal Investigator (P.I.) is a res
    The Principal Investigator (P.I.) is a researcher who has a research leadership role and is the point of contact for a project or partnership that applies the scientific method, historical method, or other research methodology for the advancement of knowledge resulting in independent, objective, high quality, traceable, and reproducible results. The P.I. has primary responsibility for the intellectual direction and integrity of the research or research-related activity, including data production, findings and results, and ensures ethical conduct in all aspects of the research process including but not limited to the treatment of human and animal subjects, conflicts of interest, data acquisition, sharing and ownership, publication practices, responsible authorship, and collaborative research and reporting. While various tasks may be delegated to team members, some of whom may have greater expertise in specific areas, the P.I. is familiar with the various technical and scientific aspects of a project and how they fit together, is able to identify and remediate gaps, and ensure communication within the team and with users of the research data and results. The project may be very small involving only a few people (or even only one person - the P.I.), or extremely large involving many groups and multiple P.I.ís and/or co-P.I.ís. Depending on the type of organization (e.g., university, industry, institute, laboratory, government program, etc.) the role of the P.I., how that role fits into the organizational structure, and how it relates to roles within and outside of the organization can vary. SYNONYM. PI. RELATED TERM. Researcher; Research manager; Project manager; Program manager; Laboratory manager; Manager
    ogram manager; Laboratory manager; Manager)
  • Project quality control  + (The Principal Investigator and the project team work together to inspect the accomplished work to ensure its alignment with the project scope, data fitness for use, and data end-user needs.)
  • Review Subject/URL  + (The URL of the subject reviewed.)
  • Personal information privacy  + (The World Wide Web Consortium's Platform f
    The World Wide Web Consortium's Platform for Personal Privacy Project (P3P) offers specific recommendations for practices that will let users define and share personal information with Web sites that they agree to share it with. The P3P incorporates a number of industry proposals, including the Open Profiling Standard (OPS). Using software that adheres to the P3P recommendations, users will be able to create a personal profile, all or parts of which can be made accessible to a Web site as the user directs. A tool that will help a user decide whether to trust a given Website with personal information is a Statement of Privacy Policy that a Web site can post.
    f Privacy Policy that a Web site can post.)
  • Semantic interoperability  + (The ability of computer systems to transmi
    The ability of computer systems to transmit data with unambiguous, shared meaning. Semantic interoperability is a requirement to enable machine computable logic, inferencing, knowledge discovery, and data federation between information systems. Semantic interoperability is achieved when the information transferred has, in its communicated form, all of the meaning required for the receiving system to interpret it correctly, even when the algorithms used by the receiving system are unknown to the sending system. Syntactic interoperability is a prerequisite to semantic interoperability.
    prerequisite to semantic interoperability.)
  • Remote data access  + (The ability to access and download data from a repository. RELATED TERM. Remote access)
  • Remote access  + (The ability to get access to a computer or
    The ability to get access to a computer or a network from a remote distance. Access may be through an Internet service provider (ISP) or through a dedicated line between a computer or a remote local area network and the "central" or main corporate local area network. A dedicated line is more expensive and less flexible but offers faster data rates.
    ess flexible but offers faster data rates.)
  • Creativity  + (The ability to have an innovative approach to research by creating new or modified current concepts, theories, approaches and/or solutions.)
  • Dissambuation  + (The act of interpreting an author's intended use of a word that has multiple meanings or spellings.)
  • Litigation  + (The act or process of contesting at law.)
  • Data management  + (The activities of data policies, data plan
    The activities of data policies, data planning, data element standardization, information management control, data synchronization, data sharing, and database development, including practices and projects that acquire, control, protect, deliver and enhance the value of data and information. SYNONYM. Data coordination
    nd information. SYNONYM. Data coordination)
  • Curation  + (The activity of managing and promoting the
    The activity of managing and promoting the use of data from their point of creation to ensure that they are fit for contemporary purpose and available for discovery and reuse. For dynamic datasets this may mean continuous enrichment or updating to keep them fit for purpose. Higher levels of curation will also involve links with annotation and with other published materials.
    tation and with other published materials.)
  • Project Partner/Partner Contact Address  + (The address of the contact.)
  • Signature/Signatory Institution Department Address  + (The address of the department named above.)
  • Reviewer Suggestion/Primary Address  + (The address of the reviewer.)
  • Reference/Primary Address  + (The address of the reviewer.)
  • Information  + (The aggregation of data to make coherent observations about the world, meaningful data, or data arranged or interpreted in a way to provide meaning.)
  • Contract/Total Amount  + (The amount awarded under the contract.)
  • Award/Total Amount  + (The amount awarded.)
  • Grant/Total Amount  + (The amount awarded.)
 (The amount of VAT paid in addition to the Amount Paid)
  • APC Payment/VAT Amount  + (The amount of VAT paid in addition to the Amount Paid.)
  • Distinction/Amount  + (The amount of the award.)
  • Award/Time Commitment Per Year  + (The amount of time the person committed to project as a percentage of the year.)
  • Grant/Time Commitment Per Year  + (The amount of time the person committed to project as a percentage of the year.)
  • Award/Portion of Funding  + (The amount of total funding received by the person for their participation in the project.)
  • Grant/Portion of Funding  + (The amount of total funding received by the person for their participation in the project.)
  • APC Payment/Amount Paid  + (The amount that was actually paid for the open access, excluding Value Added Tax component and excluding Added Costs Component.)
  • Health science  + (The application of a comprehensive knowled
    The application of a comprehensive knowledge of professional specialties in the fields of dentistry, medicine, nursing, nutrition and dietetics, occupational and physical therapy, pharmacy, psychology and social work to the safety and physical and mental well-being of people; and, in the field of veterinary medicine, to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of animal diseases and the determination of the human safety of veterinary drugs. Activities include the: (a) Prevention, diagnosis and treatment of dental disease and abnormal dental conditions, and the management of dental health programs; (b) Conduct and management of programs to promote public and individual health and the reduction of disease; (c) Prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease, disability and abnormal physical and mental conditions; (d) Assessment of the incidence and prevalence of diseases; the assessment of the fitness for work; the medical assessment of applicants for immigration; and the assessment of the medical fitness of specific occupations; (e) Assessment of medical fitness for the determination of disability, special equipment and services; (f) Appraisal of drugs and medical devices for safety and efficacy under the conditions of their intended use; (g) Care of patients and the treatment and management of illness in co-operation with medical doctors, and the provision of specialized nursing services; (h) Evaluation of nursing policies, procedures, standards and practices and the conduct of related research and education; (i) Development of standards and guides in the field of nutrition and dietetics; the assessment of nutritional requirements and provision of nutrition and dietetic services; the provision of nutritional education and information; the management of nutritional programs; and the management of food services; (j) Assessment and treatment of clients for whom occupational or physical therapy services are required for the improvement or maintenance of their well-being; (k) Planning and management of client treatment or health education programs delivered by health care providers; (l) Compounding and dispensing of drugs; and the maintenance and control or the audit of drug stocks; (m) Conduct of research in human behaviour, the assessment of human motives, abilities, skills, decisions and acts, and the treatment of human behaviour; (n) Promotion of individual, group and community well-being through the identification and assessment of social needs; and the planning, development and delivery and management of social programs and social work services with the objective of lessening, removing or preventing the physical, emotional and material problems of individuals, families or groups; (o) Prevention, diagnosis and treatment of animal diseases; the examination of animals, organs and tissues to determine whether they are diseased or potentially harmful to people or animals; and the evaluation of veterinary drugs to determine their human safety; (p) Provision of advice in the above fields; and, (q) Leadership of any of the above activities.
    Leadership of any of the above activities.)
  • University teaching  + (The application of a comprehensive knowled
    The application of a comprehensive knowledge of a discipline or disciplines to the development of expertise and the generation of new knowledge through research, and the planning and presentation of courses of study for undergraduates and graduates in universities. RELATED TERM. Researcher
    in universities. RELATED TERM. Researcher)
  • Statistical de-identification  + (The application of a set of data transformation techniques to de-identify data in such a manner that the resulting transformed fields retain a very high analytic value..)
  • Masking  + (The application of a set of data transform
    The application of a set of data transformation techniques to de-identify data without any concern for the analytical utility of the data. This is a good approach for fields that are not required to be analyzed. Masking is applied to direct identifiers such as name and phone number. Masking techniques include, among others, removal of direct identifiers or replacement of direct identifiers with pseudonyms
    ment of direct identifiers with pseudonyms)
  • Physical science  + (The application of comprehensive scientific and professional knowledge to the following applied sciences: physics, planetary, and earth sciences.)
  • Computer systems  + (The application of computer systems knowle
    The application of computer systems knowledge to the planning, development, installation and maintenance of information technology processing systems to manage, administer or support programs and activities. SYNONYM. CS. RELATED TERM. Science, Technology, Applied science, Health Science, Physical science, Engineering and scientific support
    cience, Engineering and scientific support)
  • Applied science  + (The application of existing scientific and
    The application of existing scientific and professional knowledge to develop practical applications in a scientific field (e.g., actuarial science, agriculture, biology, chemistry, forestry, meteorology, physics, planetary and earth sciences), scientific regulation, or patent.
    iences), scientific regulation, or patent.)
  • Project Partner/Partner Contact Telephone  + (The area code and phone number of the contact.)
  • Reviewer Suggestion/Primary Phone  + (The area code and phone number of the reviewer.)
  • Reference/Primary Phone  + (The area code and phone number of the reviewer.)
  • Course Taught/Section  + (The area of study in which the course falls.)
  • Phone Number/Area Code  + (The area, or city, code of the given phone number.)
  • Aggregation  + (The bringing together of elements. Types o
    The bringing together of elements. Types of aggregations differ by the nature of the processes by which elements are brought together and the reason understood for aggregating or contained as a unit. Aggregations differ in the nature of relations between the member parts.
    ure of relations between the member parts.)
  • Project Budget/Item Type  + (The budget category to which this item belongs.)
  • Document type definition  + (The building blocks of an XML document.)
  • Interoperability  + (The capability to communicate, execute pro
    The capability to communicate, execute programs, or transfer data among various functional units in a useful and meaningful manner that requires the user to have little or no knowledge of the unique characteristics of those units. Foundational, syntactic, and semantic interoperability are the three necessary aspects of interoperability.
    ree necessary aspects of interoperability.)
  • Causation  + (The capacity of one variable to influence another. The first variable may bring the second into existence or may cause the incidence of the second variable to fluctuate. RELATED TERM. Correlation)
  • Language Competency/Can Peer Review  + (The capacity of the person to assess the quality and value of a proposed research activity by reading a proposal in the indicated language.)