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On this Wiki space you will find information about standards and application profiles used in the SURFshare program.

Read more about this project on: SURFshare Standards Coordination

Within the SURFshare program there are many activities in which existing standards are reused or new standards are developed. To prevent standards from being overseen, resulting in reinventing the wheel in developing an application profile, several activities will have to be started from which all parties of the SURFshare program benefit. The SURFshare standards are not limited to the repositories, but extend the scope to the entire SURFshare program in which aspects of the Academic Information Domain are addressed.
The SURFshare program consists of

  • Enhanced Publications
  • Collaboratories
  • Review and impact
  • Infrastructure
  • Permanent access
  • And HBO dissemination
For an extensive list of standards that exist, we refer you to the International Repositories Infrastructure Wiki, divided in categories under Briefing materials

For a list of standards discussed on this wiki, see below.

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Architectures: Dutch Academic Information Domain

On this page several views on the architectures of the Dutch Academic Information Domain are given.

Most of these are interconnecting information spheres using standards and application profiles due to intensive collaboration amoung all the parties.

Dutch Repository Infrastructure - A Simplified Overview

This shows the external targets who are dependend on harvesting information from the Dutch repositories.

Click illustration to view:

Repository Services Infrastructure

Powerpoint presentation files for reusing and editing the pictures on the architectural views:

The orange arrows in both illustrations represent the Application profiles involved for content provisioning.

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Application Profiles needed for content provisioning

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