1 set of scenarios for each of the pilot cities
Plan that outlines the envisioned architecture and the activities that need to be undertaken to ensure successful integration of all the individual elements.
This will be a requirement document that translate the local policy decision needs into functional design to hand over to WP4.
Plan outlining the monitoring techniques and evaluation methodology including a schedule for data collection.
Plans for exploitation of PoliVisu outputs including any joint commercialisation activities related to PoliVisu’s technical tools.
1 baseline analysis for each of the pilot cities
This technical document describes the metadata requirements (incl. use of standards) for successful application of technical components in policy making processes and tools. The report will also document the gap between those requirements and the most popular open source metadata software.
First edition of standards white paper
One page deliverable summarising the results of the project visioning process.
Specific recommendations for refinements of the pilot solutions based on the regular monitoring and assessment of the impact of PoliVisu solutions on the policy making process in the pilots.
An overarching strategy to ensure dissemination, communication and exploitation plans are linked and executed in harmony. Initial versions of each of the three plans will be included here.
This technical report describes the overall architecture and how the different components interact. The main purpose of the document is to define best practices and standards for integrating the different technical components in policy making processes and tools.
DMP describes the data management life cycle for all data sets that will be collected, processed or generated by the research project. It is a document outlining how research data will be handled during a research project, and even after the project is completed, describing what data will be collected, processed or generated and following what methodology and standards, whether and how this data will be shared and/or made open, and how it will be curated and preserved. The DPM will be defined at very early stage of the project and will be updated continuously with new submissions at M12, M24 and M36.
the DMP update
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Author(s): Susie Ruston McAleer, Pavel Kogut, Lieven Raes
Published in: International Conference on Internet Science, 2018, Page(s) 137-152