Development of Information Systems for Scientific Research
Based on the conceptual model of the information system, which provides an abstract representation of entities and relationships (connections between entities), support is provided for the architecture of a universal information system related to a particular area of scientific knowledge.
The conceptual model includes the basic entities: actors (persons, actors, organizations and other subjects of activity, including computer applications). An essential component of the conceptual model are documents, publications, dictionary articles, key terms, data and other objects of activity, including facts - a special kind of document. In turn, facts are understood as characteristics of entities described in the ontology of the information system, represented as a single value of data.
KeywordsInformation system Conceptual model Actors Essences Facts
The work was carried out within the framework of the RFBR grant (No. 18-07-01457), the Integration Project of the SB RAS (AAAA-A18-118022190008-8) and the Basic Research Project (AAAA-A17-117120670141-7).
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