Data Modeling for Tools and Technologies for the Analysis and Synthesis of NANOstructures (TASNANO) Project

Data Modeling for Tools and Technologies for the Analysis and Synthesis of NANOstructures (TASNANO) Project

M. Giacomini (University of Genoa, Italy), L. Pastorino (University of Genoa, Italy), F. Caneva Soumetz (University of Genoa, Italy), J.A. Mielczarski (LEM, UMR 7569 INPL/CNRS, France), E. Mielczarski (LEM, UMR 7569 I NPL/CNRS, France), Ivo Rangelow (University of Kassel, Germany) and Teodor Gotszalk (University of Wroclaw, Poland)
Copyright: © 2009 |Pages: 22
DOI: 10.4018/jitr.2009070104
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Abstract

The main aim of TASNANO project is to focus on the development of a web-based system that allows cooperative work between partners. Even if some commercial tools become available, the specificities of nanotechnology applications suggest implementing an ad-hoc tool. This approach permits to update information every moment, so that not only the latest versions of the documents are always available, but also the raw experimental data are shared in a protected environment. Organizing big amount of data begins with modeling of conceptual schemes, which individualizes entities involved into the project and links between them. The rules’ application of logic modeling leads to the production of a logic scheme. The model allows the data base design, which can be enlarged and enriched preserving coherence and avoiding redundancy. Data and information can be directly treated on the web in accordance with latest modifications.

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