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(EN) Efficient data collection, analysis and preservation are needed to accomplish adequate business decision making. Long-lasting and sustainable business operations, such as mining, add extra requirements to this process: data must be reliably preserved over periods that are longer than that of a typical software life-cycle. These concerns are of special importance for the combined on-line-on-mine-real-time expert system SOLSA (http://www. solsa-mining. eu/) that will produce data not only for immediate industrial utilization, but also for the possible scientific reuse. We thus applied the experience of scientific data publishing to provide efficient, reliable, long term archival data storage. Crystallography, a field covering one of the methods used in the SOLSA expert system, has long traditions of archiving and disseminating crystallographic data. To that end, the Crystallographic Interchange Framework (CIF,[1]) was developed and is maintained by the International Union of Crystallography (IUCr). This framework provides rich means for describing crystal structures and crystallographic experiments in an unambiguous, human-and machine-readable way, in a standard that is independent of the underlying data storage technology. The Crystallography Open Database (COD,[2]) has been successfully using the CIF framework to maintain its open-access crystallographic data collection for over a decade [3, 4]. Since the CIF framework is extensible it is possible to use it for other branches of knowledge. The SOLSA system will generate data using different methods of material identification: XRF, XRD, Raman, IR and DRIFT spectroscopy. For …
TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Freiberg
Publication date: 
1 Jan 2017

Saulius Gražulis, Yassine El Mendili, Daniel Chateigner, Stéphanie Gascoin, Gino Mariotto, Marco Giarola, Arun Kumar, Nicola Daldosso, Marco Zanatta, Adolfo Speghini, Andrea Sanson, Andryus Merkys, Luca Lutterotti, Antanas Vaitkus, Cédric Duée, Nicolas Maubec, Valérie Laperche, Laure Capar, Anne Bourguignon, Xavier Bourrat

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Volume: 624 Pages: 141-142
Real-Time Mining Conference