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KIM, ERIM and the Silo of Doom: Lessons from Two Long-Lived Data Projects


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Ball, A., 2010. KIM, ERIM and the Silo of Doom: Lessons from Two Long-Lived Data Projects. In: Designed to Last: Computer-Aided Design, 2010-07-16, British Library Centre for Conservation.

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      Abstract

      For the organisations that build long-lived products such as aircraft and buildings, integrating CAD with systems throughout the product lifecycle brings with it many benefits, but from a preservation perspective it creates additional problems and exacerbates others. The KIM Project (amongst other things) looked at preservation-friendly methods of working with CAD within and outside the design team. The ERIM Project is now seeing how the lessons learned from KIM might be applied in managing engineering research data.

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      Item Type Conference or Workshop Items (Other)
      CreatorsBall, A.
      Research CentresUKOLN
      RefereedNo
      StatusUnpublished
      ID Code19825

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