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    LiquidPub D2.1 - Processes, Roles and Licensing Models for SKO Lifecycle Management (v2)

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    This deliverable reports on copyright and licensing research in LiquidPub. It includes a review of copyright, trademarks and patents and their relationship to scientific discourse, a range of existing licensing models and use-cases, and a discussion of various key points of licensing philosophy. It proposes preliminary licensing models for the various Liquid Publication paradigms—liquid books, liquid journals and liquid conferences—and discusses alternative or extended possibilities to the models proposed. In addition it discusses role and process models for the different Liquid Publication paradigms. Finally, it reports on the implementation and validation activities in the third year.

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    Title : LiquidPub D2.1 - Processes, Roles and Licensing Models for SKO Lifecycle Management (v2)
    Author(s) : Joseph Rushton Wakeling, Aalam Wassef, Judith Simon, Gloria Origgi, Cristhian Parra, Ismel Brito Rodriguez, Nardine Osman, Jordi Sabater-Mir, Carles Sierra
    Abstract : This deliverable reports on copyright and licensing research in LiquidPub. It includes a review of copyright, trademarks and patents and their relationship to scientific discourse, a range of existing licensing models and use-cases, and a discussion of various key points of licensing philosophy. It proposes preliminary licensing models for the various Liquid Publication paradigms—liquid books, liquid journals and liquid conferences—and discusses alternative or extended possibilities to the models proposed. In addition it discusses role and process models for the different Liquid Publication paradigms. Finally, it reports on the implementation and validation activities in the third year.
    Keywords : LiquidPub, license, process

    Subject : unspecified
    Area : Computer Science
    Language : English
    Year : 2011

    Affiliations DISI, University of Trento, Trento
    Editors : Joseph Rushton Wakeling, Gloria Origgi, Judith Simon, Roberto Casati
    Reviewers : Ralf Gerstner, Maurizio Marchese
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