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 ... ... @@ -10,13 +10,13 @@ This proposal relates to the topic Prototyping new innovative services (INFRAE \eucommentary{Develop an agile, fit-for-purpose and sustainable service offering accessible through the EOSC hub that can satisfy the evolving needs of the scientific community by stimulating the design and prototyping of novel innovative digital services. Innovative models of collaboration that genuinely include incentive mechanisms for a user oriented open science approach should be considered.} The objectives of \TheProject fits the scope of the call perfectly. \inparahighlight{The objectives of \TheProject fit the scope of the call perfectly.} There are currently a variety of highly innovative and widely used services for digital data in the mathematical sciences. These are developed by researchers, often in very agile open source communities, in the respective field in response to the specific needs in their own community and therefore fit their purpose exactly. These are developed by researchers, often in very agile open source communities, in response to the specific needs in their own community and therefore fit their purpose exactly. But they currently form a patchwork of disparate and mostly ad-hoc systems. But they currently form a patchwork of disparate and mostly ad-hoc --- albeit mature and powerful --- services. Therefore, the \TheProject consortium brings together a representative selection of experts in the development, maintenance, and application of such services. \TheProject will integrate the most powerful and most used of these services into a coherent scalable easy-to-use service offering for the mathematical sciences that can be readily deployed at the EOSC. \TheProject will integrate the most powerful and most used of these services into a coherent scalable easy-to-use service offering for the mathematical sciences that can be readily deployed on the EOSC Hub. In the mathematical sciences, a systematic collaboration between Open Science-committed and user-oriented service providers is very innovative. Our proposal is inspired by and partially driven by the results of the OpenDreamKit project (Horizon 2020, 2015--2019), which pioneered this collaboration model. ... ... @@ -55,10 +55,10 @@ In particular, \TheProject includes the development of multiple client applicati Crucially, these are integrated with existing widely-used systems, thus making it possible for users from other disciplines and industry to discover our services and integrate them into their existing work flows. \TheProject is \textbf{strongly committed to providing a prototype service that can be readily integrated with the EOSC} (see \WPref{services}). To maximize our impact, we ensure that many representative and well-known mathematical datasets out there, like the ones surveyed in \cite{bercic:cmo:table,Bercic:cmo:wiki}, are already deployed on this prototype service (see Figure~\ref{fig:datasets} and \WPref{cases}). To maximize our impact, we ensure that many representative and well-known mathematical datasets out there, like the ones surveyed in \cite{bercic:cmo:table,Bercic:cmo:wiki}, will be already deployed on this prototype service (see Figure~\ref{fig:datasets} and \WPref{cases}). Besides increasing the popularity of the EOSC, this will provide a well-greased pathway for other users to share their data via the EOSC. In particular, this can salvage the many large and practically used datasets, which are currently generated and lost soon thereafter. In particular, this can salvage the many large and practically used datasets that are currently generated and lost soon thereafter. The latter happens because many datasets are created in the scope of small underfunded or unfunded research projects, often by junior researchers or PhD students, who are currently forced to abandon their datasets when they change research areas or pursue a non-academic career. %%% Local Variables: ... ...