Data Sharing: Recent Progress and Remaining Challenges

Yousef Ibrahim Daradkeh (Editor)
Prince Sattam bin Abdulaziz University (PSAU) – KSA

Korolev Petr Mikhailovich (Editor)
Chief, World Global Network, Studia Korolevae, Russia

Series: Computer Science, Technology and Applications
BISAC: COM018000



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Coherence of the information world is needed to approve technology concerning data sharing. This book gives to a wide range of readers the possibility to know what problems exist in the field. An international group of experts discuss the situations in their practices concerning the data exchange. Bio information, education protocols, and investigation of data bases gather at different information resources. These data are needed for protection, invariability and open access. In many cases, opposite goals are encountered and it is important to solve complex problems. The authors of the chapters found within this book give their solutions to different problems. These tools and methods have been described in different conditions of locality (from the developed to the developing world) and domains of practice (from art and research to government and schooling). This book is founded on many sources, such as books, papers, reports, data bases, legislative acts, etc.
The editorial board and editors hope that this book will become a table book for readers and that they will often refer to it.


Chapter 1. Sharing Educational Data
(Yang Song, Edward F. Gehringer and Zhewei Hu, Department of Computer Science,
University of North Carolina Wilmington, Wilmington, NC, US, and others)

Chapter 2. Data Sharing in Structural Biology: Advances and Challenges
(M. Grabowski, I. G. Shabalin, P. J. Porebski, M. J. Domagalski, H. Zheng, D. R. Cooper, B. S. Venkataramany, P. E. Bourne and W. Minor, Department of Molecular Physiology and Biological Physics, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, US, and others)

Chapter 3. Data Sharing Practice and Policy Challenges in Developing Countries: The Context of Uganda
(Isaac Tomusange, Ayoung Yoon and Norman Mukasa, Muteesa Royal University, Mengo, Uganda, and others)


Keywords: data sharing, open initiative, molecular biology, education data base

Audience: For researchers, educators, government administrators as well as for wide audience interesting in data sharing tools of the information era

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