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The project will be centered on socio-economic, geospatial, environmental and digital architecture and design collections and seek to complement these with research data from these Enabling Capability Platforms (ECPs) and contributing disciplines; it is intended to link the collections and related research data in smart way and create value and ...
RMIT is currently a very large user of state and national High Performance Computing (HPC) facilities. It is currently the third largest user of the National Computational Infrastructure (NCI) Supercomputer Facility (based on 2008/2009 NCI Merit Allocations) and the third largest user of the Victorian Partnership for Advanced Computing (VPAC) ...
This project consolidates existing RMIT data collections, develops Integration processes and quality assessment procedures, to expose significant collections at RMIT to the wider research community. Collection data is packaged with services and workflows used during creation to allow validation and reuse. The overall project aim is to expose collection information ...
This project has addressed one of the most challenging issues facing today’s society – how best to adapt to a changing climate. The development of the ‘Climate Smart Seaports’ toolkit was designed to support more informed decision-making by seaports, a critical component of Australia’s infrastructure and vital to the future ...
Final: The Metadata Stores project at RMIT is the first step in bringing new services for RMIT Researchers to address their needs in research data management. Publishing research data outcomes is an important part of the research data life cycle as it announces the existence of useful information, promotes researchers ...
The Media Virtual Research Collections (MaVReC) is a virtual collections service designed to integrate cognate but differently structured existing research collections into a responsive, sustainable, user-friendly application for the ingestion, search and retrieval of screen media research. Screen media research is uniquely characterized by a wide range of objects and ...