Difference: VreProjects (12 vs. 13)

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Here you can find out about the activities of all VRE projects and look at the Wiki pages for the individual projects. People can edit their own information and pages. To do this please register and then email Rob Allan at r.j.allan@dl.ac.uk requesting editorial rights.
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PoliticsVre? East Anglia To develop a virtual research and research skills development environment, capable of expansion and of facilitating multiple participation in the rapidly evolving field of the history of political discourse. History of political discourse 1500-1800 SakaiPortal, AccessGrid JSR168, possibly WSRP http://www.jisc.ac.uk/index.cfm?name=vre_political_discourse
SakaiPortalVre Lancaster To address the requirement for a single point of access to a comprehensive set of Grid and collaboration services in a VRE. Generic collaboration and research tools SakaiPortal and WebServices WSRP, JSR168, Shibboleth http://www.jisc.ac.uk/index.cfm?name=vre_sakai_portal
GrowlVre Cambridge To build upon the existing prototype GROWL library to produce a truly lightweight extensible toolkit which complements other solutions. Bio-informatics, Chemistry and Stats WebServices, AccessGrid and SakaiPortal   http://www.jisc.ac.uk/index.cfm?name=vre_growl
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IbVre Oxford To develop a VRE demonstrator to investigate the utility of existing collaborative frameworks to support the entire research process of a large-scale, international research consortium. Integrative Biology OgcePortal WSRP, JSR168, Shibboleth  
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IbVre Oxford To develop a VRE demonstrator to investigate the utility of existing collaborative frameworks to support the entire research process of a large-scale, international research consortium. Integrative Biology uPortal + OGCE WSRP, JSR168, Shibboleth  
 
HumVre? Oxford To build a VRE for the Humanities by investigating how Humanities research can benefit from ICT and by constructing demonstrators in specific fields. Humanities     http://bvreh.humanities.ox.ac.uk/
EvieVre Leeds To test the integration and deployment of key existing software components within a portal framework. Institutional VRE BodingtonVKP   http://www.jisc.ac.uk/index.cfm?name=vre_evie
ElviVre Nottingham To produce and demonstrate a practical framework for the effective deployment of a generic VRE. Generic Research business process SunGardSCT?   http://www.jisc.ac.uk/index.cfm?name=vre_elvi
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PoliticsVre? - User requirements and gap analysis
- Evaluation of Sakai and Access Grid within the humanities
- Sakai development stage 1
- Access Grid development stage 1
- Populated VRE
- AG pilot report
- Evaluation of Sakai and Access Grid as a VRE platform
- Sakai development stage 2
- 2006 Evaluation reports
- Further VRE development
- DIY pack
- 2007 Evaluation reports
- A consortium of HE institutions involved in the VRE
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SakaiPortalVre - Annotated XML schema for describing a collaborative research session
- XML schema, database and interfaces to be used in VRE tools as part of Sakai TPP interface
- Shibboleth federation with project partners
- Tools for generation of Grid credentials using Shibboleth trust fabric
- Integration of PREMIS and management tools for role-based authorisation policies
- JSF for generic portlet interacting with web services
- Integrated delegation of rights based on identity
- Generic interface for peer-to-peer tools based on Gnutella/JXTA
- Comprehensive interface documentation
- Integration of above tools into Sakai (search, collaboration/discussion, analysis, publication/documentation, training and awareness
- Sakai Java stack for downloading the tools
- User documentation
- Online tutorials
 
GrowlVre - Client and wrappers to existing VRE resources and services
- Integration of SRB services into GROWL
- Integration of NetSolve? services into GROWL
- Clients for National Grid Service
- Clients for Condor resource pools
- Investigation of new authentication and authorisation frameworks
- Evaluation of GROWL for bioinformatics & recommendations
- Evaluation of GROWL for chemistry and physics & recommendations
- Evaluation of GROWL for social science stats analysis & recommendations
- Web service wrappers to bioconductor.org
- Extend GROWL client-side functionality to address workflow requirements
- Integrate extended GROWL client-side functionality with existing C, Perl and R environments
- Web service wrappers to chemistry applications
- Web service wrappers to a selection of functionality of the SABRE package
- Implemented GROWL generic Grid functionality in existing GUI interfaces, e.g. DL_POLY and R commander
- Link GROWL interface to SRB
- Build chemistry applications into simple workflow using GROWL library calls
 
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IbVre - User requirements document with use-cases
- Reports on user acceptance
- A set of component tools for incorporation into the VRE
- Development and production Sakai environments with software tracking tools
- Integrative Biology tools packaged in a VRE
 
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IbVre - User requirements document with use-cases
- Reports on user acceptance
- A set of component tools for incorporation into the VRE
- Development and production environments with software tracking tools
- Integrative Biology tools packaged in a VRE
 
 
HumVre? - A report on the findings from a survey of the use of ICT in Humanities projects at Oxford
- A report analysing and identifying the needs of the research community
- A report analysing and identifying existing VRE tools appropriate for deployment
- 2-3 demonstrators
- A formative report evaluating usability with overall recommendations
 
EvieVre - A user requirements analysis report with recommendations
- A system integration route map
- A demonstrator system
- A report on digital preservation requirements for VRE systems
- An implemented JSR168 Portlet(s) for library services
- A visual front-end to the resource discovery services
- A report summarizing the applicability of FAST classification for classifying content
- A taxonomy for use within EVIE
- Simplified-sign-on mechanisms
- Developed channel
- Complete working system
- User documentation
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