Pickering, Adrian, Gutteridge, Christopher and De Roure, David
A networked registration scheme to support open science
At UK e-Science All Hands Meeting 2009, United Kingdom.
The Open Source and Open Science movements have demonstrated the success of distributed collaborative experimentation and intellectual property (IP) development. While those contributing to the effort may do so without seeking to secure IP rights, it is clear that credit and attribution are crucial to the scholarly lifecycle because they underpin reputation – when IP is created it is only fair that ‘credit is given where credit is due’. We propose that there need to be systems in place, independent of the project, where the evidence of ‘prior art’ can be registered.
Conference or Workshop Item
||Event Dates: December 2009
|Venue - Dates:
||UK e-Science All Hands Meeting 2009, United Kingdom, 2009-12-01
||Electronics & Computer Science
|19 July 2009||Submitted|
||19 Jul 2009 11:20
||23 Feb 2017 09:49
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