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Title:What the web has done for scientific data -- and what it hasn't
Authors: Peter Buneman
Date: 2006
Publication Title:6th International Conference, WAIM 2005, LNCS
Publication Type:Conference Paper
Volume No:3739
The web, together with database technology, has radically changed the way scientific research is conducted. Scientists now have access to an unprecedented quantity and range of data, and the speed and ease of communication of all forms of scientific data has increased hugely. This change has come at a price. Web and database technology no longer support some of the desirable properties of paper publication, and it has introduced new problems in maintaining the scientific record. This brief paper is an examination of some of these issues.
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author = { Peter Buneman },
title = {What the web has done for scientific data -- and what it hasn't},
book title = {6th International Conference, WAIM 2005, LNCS},
year = 2006,
volume = {3739},

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