RAID Associative Tool Requirements Specification

Mansur Darlington, Alexander Ball, Thomas Howard, Stephen Culley, Christopher McMahon

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Abstract

Association is a data development activity that greatly improves the ability of secondary users to contextualize and understand research data. It is of such importance that the ERIM Project proposes a software tool to assist in the construction of associative data records, specifically using the Research Activity Information Development (RAID) modelling method. The design requirements for such a tool are presented, with the focus on the context of its use, the user tasks the tool must support, and the functions that the tool must consequently perform.
LanguageEnglish
PublisherUniversity of Bath
StatusUnpublished - 23 Feb 2011

Publication series

NameERIM Project Document
No.erim6rep101111mjd10

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Keywords

  • research data
  • software requirements
  • information management
  • data management

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Darlington, M., Ball, A., Howard, T., Culley, S., & McMahon, C. (2011). RAID Associative Tool Requirements Specification. (ERIM Project Document; No. erim6rep101111mjd10). University of Bath.

RAID Associative Tool Requirements Specification. / Darlington, Mansur; Ball, Alexander; Howard, Thomas; Culley, Stephen; McMahon, Christopher.

University of Bath, 2011. (ERIM Project Document; No. erim6rep101111mjd10).

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Darlington, M, Ball, A, Howard, T, Culley, S & McMahon, C 2011, RAID Associative Tool Requirements Specification. ERIM Project Document, no. erim6rep101111mjd10, University of Bath.
Darlington M, Ball A, Howard T, Culley S, McMahon C. RAID Associative Tool Requirements Specification. University of Bath, 2011. (ERIM Project Document; erim6rep101111mjd10).
Darlington, Mansur ; Ball, Alexander ; Howard, Thomas ; Culley, Stephen ; McMahon, Christopher. / RAID Associative Tool Requirements Specification. University of Bath, 2011. (ERIM Project Document; erim6rep101111mjd10).
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