Product

Description:Any result of research other than Publication or Patent. This includes: (1) research datasets, (2) software, (3) visualisations: still or moving images, including maps and other cartographic material, (4) audio recordings, (5) other objects that can be perceived through human senses.
Examples:openaire_cerif_xml_example_products.xml
Representation:XML element Product; the rest of this section documents children of this element
CERIF:the ResultProduct entity (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#ResultProduct)

Internal Identifier

Use:mandatory (1)
Representation:XML attribute id
CERIF:the ResultProductIdentifier attribute (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#ResultProduct.ResultProductIdentifier)

Type

Description:

The type of the resulting product (other than publication or patent)

Use:

mandatory (1)

Representation:

XML element Type from namespace https://www.openaire.eu/cerif-profile/vocab/COAR_Product_Types

CERIF:

the ResultProduct_Classification (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#ResultProduct_Classification)

Vocabulary:

Product types extracted from the COAR Resource Types concept scheme: Types of products as extracted from the COAR Resource Types concept scheme (http://vocabularies.coar-repositories.org/documentation/resource_types/, all types that do not descend from ‘text’).

  • interactive resource (http://purl.org/coar/resource_type/c_e9a0): A resource requiring interaction from the user to be understood, executed, or experienced. Examples include forms on Web pages, applets, multimedia learning objects, chat services, or virtual reality environments.
    • website (http://purl.org/coar/resource_type/c_7ad9): A website, also written as web site or simply site, is a set of related web pages typically served from a single web domain. A website is hosted on at least one web server, accessible via a network such as the Internet or a private local area network through an Internet address known as a uniform resource locator (URL). All publicly accessible websites collectively constitute the World Wide Web.
  • dataset (http://purl.org/coar/resource_type/c_ddb1): A collection of related facts and data encoded in a defined structure. (adapted from fabio; DataCite)
  • image (http://purl.org/coar/resource_type/c_c513): A visual representation other than text, including all types of moving image and still image.
  • other (http://purl.org/coar/resource_type/c_1843): A rest category which may cover text, interactive, sound, or image-based resources not explicitly addressed in any concept in this vocabulary
  • software (http://purl.org/coar/resource_type/c_5ce6): A computer program in source code (text) or compiled form.
  • workflow (http://purl.org/coar/resource_type/c_393c): A recorded sequence of connected steps, which may be automated, specifying a reliably repeatable sequence of operations to be undertaken when conducting a particular job, for example an in silico investigation that extracts and processes information from a number of bioinformatics databases.
  • cartographic material (http://purl.org/coar/resource_type/c_12cc): Any material representing the whole or part of the earth or any celestial body at any scale. Cartographic materials include two- and three-dimensional maps and plans (including maps of imaginary places); aeronautical, navigational, and celestial charts; atlases; globes; block diagrams; sections; aerial photographs with a cartographic purpose; bird’s-eye views (map views), etc.
    • map (http://purl.org/coar/resource_type/c_12cd): Defined as a representation normally to scale and on a flat medium, of a selection of material or abstract features on, or in relation to, the surface of the earth or of another celestial body.
  • sound (http://purl.org/coar/resource_type/c_18cc): A resource primarily intended to be heard. Examples include a music playback file format, an audio compact disc, and recorded speech or sounds.
    • musical composition (http://purl.org/coar/resource_type/c_18cd): Musical composition can refer to an original piece of music, the structure of a musical piece, or the process of creating a new piece of music.

Language

Description:The language or languages of the product, if applicable. Please use the IETF language tags as described in the IETF BCP 47 document.
Use:optional, possibly multiple (0..*)
Representation:XML element Language
CERIF:the ResultProduct_Classification linking entity (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#ResultProduct_Classification) with the https://w3id.org/cerif/vocab/LanguageTags semantics

Name

Use:optional, possibly multiple (0..*)
Representation:XML element Name as a multilingual string
CERIF:the ResultProduct.Name attribute (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#ResultProduct.Name)

VersionInfo

Use:optional, possibly multiple (0..*)
Representation:XML element VersionInfo as a multilingual string
CERIF:the ResultProduct.VersionInfo attribute (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#ResultProduct.VersionInfo)

ARK

Use:optional (0..1)
Representation:XML element ARK
CERIF:the FederatedIdentifier entity (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#FederatedIdentifier)

DOI

Description:The Digital Object Identifier
Use:optional (0..1)
Representation:XML element DOI
CERIF:the FederatedIdentifier entity (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#FederatedIdentifier)

Handle

Use:optional (0..1)
Representation:XML element Handle
CERIF:the FederatedIdentifier entity (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#FederatedIdentifier)

URL

Use:optional (0..1)
Representation:XML element URL
CERIF:the FederatedIdentifier entity (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#FederatedIdentifier)

URN

Use:optional (0..1)
Representation:XML element URN
CERIF:the FederatedIdentifier entity (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#FederatedIdentifier)

Creators

Description:The creators of this product
Use:optional (0..1)
Representation:XML element Creators with ordered embedded XML elements Creator that can contain an embedded person with affiliations or organisation unit

Creator

Use:optional, possibly multiple (0..*)
Representation:XML element Creator with embedded XML element Person optionally followed by one or several Affiliation elements, or OrgUnit
CERIF:the Person_ResultProduct linking entity (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#Person_ResultProduct) with the https://w3id.org/cerif/vocab/PersonOutputContributions#Creator semantics; the OrganisationUnit_ResultProduct linking entity (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#OrganisationUnit_ResultProduct) with the https://w3id.org/cerif/vocab/OrganisationOutputContributions#Creator semantics

Publishers

Description:The publisher or publishers of this product
Use:optional (0..1)
Representation:XML element Publishers with ordered embedded XML elements Publisher that can contain an embedded organisation unit or person

Publisher

Use:optional, possibly multiple (0..*)
Representation:XML element Publisher with embedded XML element OrgUnit or Person
CERIF:the OrganisationUnit_ResultProduct linking entity (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#OrganisationUnit_ResultProduct) with the https://w3id.org/cerif/vocab/OrganisationOutputContributions#Publisher semantics; the Person_ResultProduct linking entity (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#Person_ResultProduct) with the https://w3id.org/cerif/vocab/PersonOutputContributions#Publisher semantics

License

Description:The license of the product
Use:optional, possibly multiple (0..*)
Representation:XML element License containing the classification identifier and having a scheme attribute to specify the classification scheme identifier
CERIF:the ResultProduct_Classification (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#ResultProduct_Classification)

Description

Use:optional, possibly multiple (0..*)
Representation:XML element Description as a multilingual string
CERIF:the ResultProduct.Description attribute (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#ResultProduct.Description)

Subject

Description:The subject of the product from a classification
Use:optional, possibly multiple (0..*)
Representation:XML element Subject containing the classification identifier and having a scheme attribute to specify the classification scheme identifier
CERIF:the ResultProduct_Classification (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#ResultProduct_Classification)

Keyword

Description:A single keyword or key expression. Please repeat to serialize separate keywords or key expressions.
Use:optional, possibly multiple (0..*)
Representation:XML element Keyword as a multilingual string
CERIF:the ResultProduct.Keywords attribute (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#ResultProduct.Keywords)

PartOf

Description:Link to the research output of which this product is a part (e.g. a data set collection that contains it)
Use:optional (0..1)
Representation:XML element PartOf with embedded XML element Publication or Patent or Product
CERIF:the ResultProduct_ResultProduct linking entity (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#ResultProduct_ResultProduct) with the https://w3id.org/cerif/vocab/Inter-ProductRelations#Part semantics (direction :1)

OriginatesFrom

Use:optional, possibly multiple (0..*)
Representation:XML element OriginatesFrom with embedded XML element Project or Funding
CERIF:the Project_ResultProduct linking entity (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#Project_ResultProduct) with the https://w3id.org/cerif/vocab/Project_Output_Roles#Originator semantics; the ResultProduct_Funding linking entity (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#ResultProduct_Funding) with the https://w3id.org/cerif/vocab/Funding_Output_Roles#Originator semantics

GeneratedBy

Description:The equipment that generated this product
Use:optional, possibly multiple (0..*)
Representation:XML element GeneratedBy with embedded XML element Equipment
CERIF:the ResultProduct_Equipment linking entity (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#ResultProduct_Equipment) with the https://w3id.org/cerif/vocab/InfrastructureOutputRelations#Generation semantics

PresentedAt

Description:The event where this product was presented
Use:optional, possibly multiple (0..*)
Representation:XML element PresentedAt with embedded XML element Event
CERIF:the ResultProduct_Event linking entity (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#ResultProduct_Event) with the https://w3id.org/cerif/vocab/EventOutputRelationships#Presented semantics

Coverage

Description:The event that is covered by this product (e.g. a video or audio interview about the event)
Use:optional, possibly multiple (0..*)
Representation:XML element Coverage with embedded XML element Event
CERIF:the ResultProduct_Event linking entity (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#ResultProduct_Event) with the https://w3id.org/cerif/vocab/EventOutputRelationships#Coverage semantics

References

Description:Result outputs that are referenced by this product
Use:optional, possibly multiple (0..*)
Representation:XML element References with embedded XML element Publication or Patent or Product
CERIF:the ResultPublication_ResultProduct linking entity (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#ResultPublication_ResultProduct) with the https://w3id.org/cerif/vocab/Inter-OutputRelations#Reference semantics (direction :1); the ResultProduct_ResultProduct linking entity (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#ResultProduct_ResultProduct) with the https://w3id.org/cerif/vocab/Inter-OutputRelations#Reference semantics (direction :1); the ResultProduct_ResultPatent linking entity (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#ResultProduct_ResultPatent) with the https://w3id.org/cerif/vocab/Inter-OutputRelations#Reference semantics (direction :1)

ns4:Access

Description:

The open access type of the product

Use:

optional (0..1)

Representation:

XML element Access from namespace http://purl.org/coar/access_right

CERIF:

the ResultProduct_Classification (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#ResultProduct_Classification)

Vocabulary:
  • open access (http://purl.org/coar/access_right/c_abf2): Open access refers to a resource that is immediately and permanently online, and free for all on the Web, without financial and technical barriers.
  • embargoed access (http://purl.org/coar/access_right/c_f1cf): Embargoed access refers to a resource that is metadata only access until released for open access on a certain date. Embargoes can be required by publishers and funders policies, or set by the author (e.g such as in the case of theses and dissertations).
  • restricted access (http://purl.org/coar/access_right/c_16ec): Restricted access refers to a resource that is available in a system but with some type of restriction for full open access. This type of access can occur in a number of different situations. Some examples are described below: The user must log-in to the system in order to access the resource The user must send an email to the author or system administrator to access the resource Access to the resource is restricted to a specific community (e.g. limited to a university community)
  • metadata only access (http://purl.org/coar/access_right/c_14cb): Metadata only access refers to a resource in which access is limited to metadata only. The resource itself is described by the metadata, but is not directly available through the system or platform. This type of access can occur in a number of different situations. Some examples are described below: There is no electronic copy of the resource available (record links to a physical resource) The resource is only available elsewhere for a fee (record links to a subscription-based publisher version) The resource is available open access but at a different location (record links to a version at an open access publisher or archive) The resource is available elsewhere, but not in a fully open access format (record links to a read only, or other type of resources that is not permanent or in some way restricted)