October 3, 2009

Issues in scientific data management

In the opinion of the leaders of the XLDB and SciDB efforts, key requirements for scientific data management include:

However:

Now let’s step back and consider approximately what is meant by the requirements listed above.

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6 Responses to “Issues in scientific data management”

  1. Jacek Becla on issues in scientific data management | DBMS2 -- DataBase Management System Services on October 5th, 2009 12:06 pm

    [...] as Martin Kersten did, Jacek Becla emailed a response to my post on issues in scientific data management. With his permission, I’ve lightly edited his email too, and am posting it below, with some [...]

  2. Scientific data sharing | DBMS2 -- DataBase Management System Services on October 10th, 2009 1:18 am

    [...] been posting recently about some issues in scientific data management. One topic I haven’t addressed yet is policies around data sharing. [...]

  3. Notes on SciDB and scientific data management | DBMS2 -- DataBase Management System Services on May 22nd, 2010 4:04 am

    [...] for example, I went to XLDB3 in Lyon, France at my own expense. Eight months ago, I wrote about issues in scientific data management. Here’s some of what has transpired since [...]

  4. Nested data structures keep coming up, especially for log files | DBMS2 -- DataBase Management System Services on July 31st, 2010 6:43 am

    [...] arrays that the XLDB/SciDB folks keep talking about are meant to be nested data structures. Scientific [...]

  5. Big Data is Watching You! | DBMS2 -- DataBase Management System Services on August 11th, 2010 8:59 am

    [...] may change some day, with the growing importance of machine-generated data, and of big-data science in particular. But I think it’s a fair assessment at the present, and for at least the next [...]

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