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Building the Hydra Together: Enhancing Repository Provision through Multi-Institution Collaboration.
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Cloud as Infrastructure at the Texas Digital Library.
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Sheer Curation of Experiments: Data, Process, Provenance.
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Preserving and delivering audiovisual content integrating Fedora Commons and MediaMosa.
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Visualizing Research Data Records for their Better Management.
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