The data life-cycle - methodological aspects

The aim here is to consolodate standards that help address the various stages of the astronomical data life cycle. Increasingly data is captured digitally on CCD electronic detectors, it is subjected to image processing and statistical analysis, and finally is archived, or published, or both. The final stage of electronic publishing or archiving in digital libraries is increasingly important in astronomy. To support these various stages of the life cycle, the Network will help coordinate the different data storage, access and interface standards.
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