Semantics-based Framework for Incentivized Research Data Sharing
Keywords:ontology, data sharing, smart contracts, SPARQL
We present a framework for incentivized research data sharing using an ontology called the Data Sharing Ontology (DSO). The DSO captures the semantics of academic research data sharing and provides an operational specification for data sharing between researchers. The DSO includes a two-part incentive mechanism to confirm citations and reward reproducible research methods. The proposed solution is demonstrated using a dataset-sharing decentralized application use case. The paper's contributions provide a scalable technique for creating, curating, publishing, and consuming web-based, structured, and reusable datasets, including semantically annotated knowledge graphs.
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