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The following types have been identified for controlled vocabularies and identifiers.

Practice

The http://purl.org/info:eu-repo/semantics URIs will be linked to URIs that stand for concepts from other vocabularies. E.g., several of the terms from Eprints Type Vocabulary Encoding Scheme (http://www.ukoln.ac.uk/repositories/digirep/index/Eprints_Type_Vocabulary_Encoding_Scheme) are owl:sameAs terms from info:eu-repo/semantics:
<info:eu-repo/semantics/article> <owl:sameAs> <http://purl.org/eprint/type/JournalArticle>
In the case a concept is already defined in another vocabulary, the concept gets a eu-repo/semantics URI if
•    the semantics of the concept is not described by that vocabulary
•    the concept is relevant for repositories
A review board is needed for checking of these criteria. The maintainer of the registry should see to it that a requested term is checked through http://sameas.org. All owl:sameAs relations can be accessed via this service. On short term SURFShare is able to do this. On the long term KNAW might be able to do it.

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Namespace

 

Type

 

Term

 

Description

 

Used by project

info:eu-repo

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semantics

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closedAccess

 

This type of access is the opposite of Open Access. Also referred to as "toll gated access". The main incentive her to gain access is by financial means.

 

NEEO, SURFshare

info:eu-repo

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semantics

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embargoedAccess

 

This type of access means the resource is Closed Access, until released for Open Access on a certain date. (this date can be specified elsewhere in the metadata) The incentives to embargo a resource has often to do with the fairness towards publisher to provide them an advantage as the exclusive first deliverers of knowledge. Also embargoes are used in sections of a Ph.D. thesis that are concerned with classified corporate information.

 

OpenAIRE

info:eu-repo

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semantics

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restrictedAccess

 

Open Access, but with restrictions. Often the Author wants to control the people who have access to for example a dataset. Access is provided in exchange for an e-mail address, to keep in touch with other people who are interested.

 

NEEO, SURFshare

info:eu-repo

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semantics

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openAccess

 

Open Access, this refers to access without restrictions, and without financial incentives. Access to the resource is gained directly, without any obstacles.

 

NEEO, SURFshare

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Namespace

 

Type

 

Term

 

Description

 

Used by project

info:eu-repo

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semantics

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closedAccess

 

 

 

NEEO, SURFshare

Date of submission of the resource.