Data Management Plan

A data management plan describes the data that will be authored and how the data will be managed and made accessible throughout its lifetime. The contents of the data management plan should include:

  • the types of data to be authored;
  • the standards that would be applied, for example format and metadata content;
  • provisions for archiving and preservation;
  • access policies and provisions; and
  • plans for eventual transition or termination of the data collection in the long-term future.


Reasoning and querying over data streams rely on the ability to deliver a sequence of stream snapshots to the processing algorithms.

These snapshots are typically provided using windows as views into streams and associated window management strategies.

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