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  1. Breakout session Four groups to discuss four topics which relate to the development of projects for scholarly data integration and distributed annotation (e.g. WikiAuthors). Describe: problems, solutions, future evolution of the topic. 1 hour discuss + 1/2 hour reports (take notes, write clearly!  )

  2. Breakout session Ron Day Lokman Meho Katy Börner Ricardo Pietrobon Thom Hickey Martijn Schuemie Damien Sherman Marc Weeber Weixia Huang Sumeet Ambre Israel Lederhendler Stacy Kowalczyk 2 1 3 Bruce Herr Jeff Krause Miguel Andrade Ketan Mane Mike Pollard Erik van Mulligen Neil Smalheiser Erik Möller Gavin La Rowe James Pringle John Burgoon Barend Mons 4

  3. Breakout session 1. Author ID - standards: How do we set a unique author ID standard? How do we get everybody to agree and to use it? What about other standards for genes, proteins, institutions? Which ones do you think are needed in relation to these projects?

  4. Breakout session 2. Funding Who would be giving the money for these projects? Why? How the funding situation could change in the future as the projects develop?

  5. Breakout session 3. Incentive design: How do we engage the community to participate? How do we convince database owners and companies to participate and contribute data? How do we facilitate contributions by computer-illiterate people?

  6. Breakout session 4. Technical What technologically feasible and politically manageable approaches might result in a high quality, high coverage integration of existing and future scholarly databases? Consider a blend of of automatic, top-down and wiki-like, bottom-up driven data integration approaches.

  7. Breakout session Ron Day Lokman Meho Katy Börner Ricardo Pietrobon Thom Hickey Martijn Schuemie Damien Sherman Marc Weeber Weixia Huang Sumeet Ambre Israel Lederhendler Stacy Kowalczyk 1. Author ID - standards: How do we set a unique author ID standard? How do we get everybody to agree and to use it? What about other standards for genes, proteins, institutions? Which ones do you think are needed in relation to these projects? 2. Funding Who would be giving the money for these projects? Why? How the funding situation could change in the future as the projects develop? Bruce Herr Jeff Krause Miguel Andrade Ketan Mane Mike Pollard Erik van Mulligen Neil Smalheiser Erik Möller Gavin La Rowe James Pringle John Burgoon Barend Mons 4. Technical What technologically feasible and politically manageable approaches might result in a high quality, high coverage integration of existing and future scholarly databases? Consider a blend of of automatic, top-down and wiki-like, bottom-up driven data integration approaches. 3. Incentive design: How do we engage the community to participate? How do we convince database owners and companies to participate and contribute data? How do we facilitate contributions by computer-illiterate people?