An Overview of the Virtual Data Center Project and Software

Citation:

Micah Altman, Leonid Andreev, Mark Diggory, Gary King, Daniel L. Kiskis, Elizabeth Kolster, Michael Krot, and Sidney Verba. 2001. “An Overview of the Virtual Data Center Project and Software.” JCDL ’01: First Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, Pp. 203-204. Copy at https://j.mp/2oDYtBh

Abstract:

Software is now superseded by Dataverse.

In this paper, we present an overview of the Virtual Data Center (VDC) software, an open-source digital library system for the management and dissemination of distributed collections of quantitative data. (see http://TheData.org). The VDC functionality provides everything necessary to maintain and disseminate an individual collection of research studies, including facilities for the storage, archiving, cataloging, translation, and on-line analysis of a particular collection. Moreover, the system provides extensive support for distributed and federated collections including: location-independent naming of objects, distributed authentication and access control, federated metadata harvesting, remote repository caching, and distributed "virtual" collections of remote objects.

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