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Internet Documentation and Integration of Metadata (IDIOM). Presented by Ahmet E. Topcu Advisor: Prof. Geoffrey C. Fox 1/14/2009. Why IDIOM Project?. Necessities for integration Need for common data format No easy way to find all publications

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    1. Internet Documentation and Integration of Metadata (IDIOM) Presented by Ahmet E. Topcu Advisor: Prof. Geoffrey C. Fox 1/14/2009

    2. Why IDIOM Project? • Necessities for integration • Need for common data format • No easy way to find all publications • Wealth of information contained in numerous field remains largely outside the scope of tools • What happens if tool you choose is not adopted or worse just disappears, for example Windows Live Academic (WLA) • Architecture support Event based systems

    3. IDIOM Architecture

    4. We are NOT building a new tagging or search system We are building tools integrating and adding value to existing systems We built a mashup linking to, CiteULike, Connotea allowing exchange of tags between sites and between local repositories Repositories also link to Google Scholar (GS) and Windows Academic Live (WLA) GS has number of cited publications. WLA has Digital Object Identifier (DOI) We implement a rather more powerful access control mechanism We build heuristic tools to mine “web lists” for citations We have an “event” based architecture (consistency model) allowing change actions to be preserved and selectively changed Supports integrating different inconsistent views of a given document and its updates on different tagging systems Event based system implemented by Fatih Mustacoglu Original slide from Open Grid Forum Web 2.0 Workshop OGF21 presented by Geoffrey Fox Note: WLA is no longer available now IDIOM Key features

    5. IDIOM System Modules • Search Tools Services • Google Scholar/Windows Live Academic • Google Scholar Advanced • Web Page Metadata Collection • Local Database Search: • My Research Database • My Research Database Advanced • Authentication and Authorization Services • Login and Logout service • DE Access rights management • Database access rights management • Administrative tools • Other Services • User Registration • Username and password recovery • User’s Profile Management • DE metadata view options

    6. Digital Entity (DE) Management Service • Manual DE entity into the system • DE history • DE versioning and flexible choices (rollback) • Editing and more info tools for a DE (Update Model) • Session and Event Management Services • Event and dataset management • DE view options • User credentials (username/password) - cookie-based • Annotation Tools Service • Transfer Service • Download service • Upload Service • Extract DE and tags from web lists

    7. Tools Screen Shots • Google Scholar • Windows Live Academic(WLA) • Note: no longer avaliable now • Connotea •

    8. Tags Download to Local System Tags

    9. Web Search Tools(GS/WLA) results Web Search Tools after insertion operation

    10. Local Repository Metadata Search

    11. Metadata Collection from web pages • The aim • Eliminate duplicate data entry in different web platforms. • Building richer metadata in IDIOM using base collected Digital Entities from web pages. • Share new Digital Entities with other tools and users in IDIOM • Push new collected Digital Entities to other communities using web 2.0 features

    12. Methodology for CollectionCase: CGL Publications web page • Collect: • Digital Entities in Community Grid Publication web pages. • Analyze: • Using heuristic methodology to extract metadata fields of the Digital Entities for CGL publications • Build: • RSS objects using collected Digital Entities. • New tags using collected Digital Entities. • Compare: • Collected Digital Entities from CGL web pages with the existing Digital Entities in IDIOM • If they are: • different: Store new Digital Entities in SRG storage. • same: Option to update tags and other fields. • Share: • New Digital Entities with other Tools using IDIOM

    13. Web Metadata Collection

    14. Display list of the feeders for searched web pages

    15. Displaying the metadata dynamically Displaying the metadata in RSS/XML format Displaying the metadata using RSS subscription

    16. Key Definitions • Digital Entity (DE): A digital collection of metadata for a citation stored in a system database forms a primary copy of a DAR. • Event: A time-stamped action on a digital entity • Major Events: • Insertion or deletion of a digital entity • Minor Events: • Modifications to an existing digital entity • Distributed Annotation Record (DAR): Collection of metadata stored at an annotation tool.

    17. Security Model • Security in web 2.0 can be limited. • We implemented a simple but more powerful security model around local tools that wrap Web 2.0 systems. • We used an access-control matrix model to provide security for our information system • Supports multiple groups and multiple users for each Digital Entity (DE). • Similar to UNIX file system • The Unix RWX bits corresponds to Read, Write, and Execute operation for each file and directory. • In our system, DE correspond to the file element and folder corresponds to the directory element. • For each DE and folder, there are three types of access rights defined in the systems: Read, Write, and Delete.

    18. Security Model II • We have a security model that supports • Level of Authorization • Roles are defined as Super Administrator (SA) and Group Administrator (GA), User (U) • The system allows having more than one SA. • An existing SA can add other SAs to the system. • SA can assign any User to become GA, and remove GA from group. • Each group should at least one GA. GA add/remove User from group • User can allow other Users and groups to share their resources • User profile • Share user profile between sites.

    19. Manage Digital Entities Manage All Digital Entities for selected repository

    20. Super Admin capabilities Group Admin capabilities

    21. Summary • Build integration architecture • We do not reinvent existing tools • Use existing features of tools • Provide tagging services • Provides common metadata • Allows to use consistent data

    22. End • Thanks!