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The promise of e-Science will only be realized when data is discoverable, accessible, and comprehensible within distributed teams, across disciplines, and over the long-term - without reliance on out-of-band (non-digital) means. The authors have developed the open-source Tupelo semantic content management framework and are employing it to manage a wide range of e-Science entities (including data, documents, workflows, people, and projects) and a broad range of metadata (including provenance, social networks, geospatial relationships, temporal relations, and domain descriptions).
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