Cyberinfrastructure Vision for 21st Century Discovery

TitleCyberinfrastructure Vision for 21st Century Discovery
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2007
Corporate AuthorsNational Science Foundation, & National Cyber Infrastructure Foundation
Date Published2007///
Keywordsgap_evidence, gap_relationships, sg_data_archiving, sg_data_infrastructure, sg_data_policy, sg_ps, sg_us_gov

The National Science Foundations Cyberinfrastructure Council (CIC)1, based on extensive input from the research community, has developed a comprehensive vision to guide the Foundations future invest- ments in cyberinfrastructure (CI). In 2005, four multi-disciplinary, cross-foundational teams were created and charged with drafting a vision for cyberinfrastructure in four overlapping and complementary areas: 1) High Performance Computing, 2) Data, Data Analysis, and Visualization, 3) Cyber Services and Virtual Organizations, and 4) Learning and Workforce Development. Draft versions of the document were posted on the NSF website and public comments were solicited from the community. These drafts were also reviewed for comment by the National Science Board. The National Science Foundation thanks all of those who provided feedback on the Cyberinfrastructure Vision for 21st Century Discovery document. Your comments were carefully reviewed and considered during preparation of this version of the docu- ment, which is intended to be a living document, and will be updated periodically.


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