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Travelled to:
1 × Italy
1 × South Korea
2 × Portugal
Collaborated with:
J.Barateiro J.L.Borbinha R.Mayer A.Rauber A.Caetano M.Cabral R.Rodrigues M.Bakhshandeh M.A.Neumann J.Thomson B.Kolany-Raiser S.Yankova A.Bachmann H.Miri D.Proença R.Vieira M.M.d.Silva C.Becker H.Kulovits
Talks about:
preserv (7) digit (6) process (4) model (3) scientif (2) ontolog (2) system (2) data (2) architectur (1) heterogen (1)

Person: Gonçalo Antunes

DBLP DBLP: Antunes:Gon=ccedil=alo

Contributed to:

JCDL 20142014
KEOD 20142014
SAC 20142014
KDIR/KMIS 20132013
SAC 20132013
TPDL 20122012
ECDL 20092009
ECDL 20082008
JCDL 20092009

Wrote 9 papers:

JCDL-2014-MayerRA #library #process
A context model for digital preservation of processes and its application to a digital library system (RM, AR, GA), pp. 459–460.
KEOD-2014-BakhshandehKAYC #ontology
A Digital Preservation-Legal Ontology (MB, BKR, GA, SAY, AC, JLB), pp. 215–222.
SAC-2014-AntunesBMBC #analysis #architecture #enterprise #ontology
Ontology-based enterprise architecture model analysis (GA, MB, RM, JLB, AC), pp. 1420–1422.
KDIR-KMIS-2013-BachmannNMBAC #information management #process #safety
Preservation and Redeployment of Sensor Acquisition Processes from a Dam Safety Information System (AB, MAN, HM, JB, GA, AC), pp. 490–495.
SAC-2013-ProencaVASB0K #maturity #process
Evaluating a process for developing a capability maturity model (DP, RV, GA, MMdS, JLB, CB, HK), pp. 1474–1475.
TPDL-2012-MayerRNTA #design #process
Preserving Scientific Processes from Design to Publications (RM, AR, MAN, JT, GA), pp. 113–124.
ECDL-2009-AntunesB #metadata
Securing the iRODS Metadata Catalog for Digital Preservation (GA, JB), pp. 412–415.
Digital Preservation of Scientific Data (JB, GA, MC, JLB, RR), pp. 388–391.
Preserving digital data in heterogeneous environments (GA, JB, MC, JLB, RR), pp. 345–348.

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