Setting Up the Modern Digital Infrastructure for the Storage and Analysis of Scientific and Technological Information
The basic principles, framework conditions, and specific measures aimed at creating a modern digital infrastructure of scientific and technological information in the Russian Federation are discussed along with the organizational, political, economic, and legal aspects of setting up a digital infrastructure of scientific and technological information.
Keywords:scientific and technological information digital infrastructure national projects and programs information resources and services
This article reflects the results of the research project No. 18-00-002\18 Integration of scientific information resources of the Russian Academy of Sciences (on the example of linguistics) as part of the unified digital space of the Russian Academy of Sciences implemented with the support of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research.
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The authors declare that they have no conflict of interest.
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