Increasing the Visibility of Scientific Data in Armenia Using Persistent Identifiers


  • Hayk A. Grigoryan Institute for Informatics and Automation Problems of NAS RA


Persistent identifier, Scientific data, Data sharing, Metadata


During the development of computer technologies, the scientific research becomes more data intensive and collective than in the past. Data practices of researchers such as data sharing, discovery, reuse and preservation can be useful for other researchers in the same domain. Data sharing allows the verification of results and extends scientific research from previous results. Many scientific fields such as Biology, Astronomy, Weather forecast, etc., produce a vast amount of data, these data need to be shared and increase its accessibility, because sharing data has an important role for today’s science communities. In this paper, we introduce a deployed infrastructure to enable data-sharing using metadata which increases the accessibility of this data.


(2010) National Science Foundation. Press release 10-077 Scientists seeking NSF funding will soon be required to submit data management plans. Online. [Available]: Accessed 2010 Oct 2.

(2009) National Academies of Science, Committee on Ensuring the Utility and Integrity of Research Data in a Digital Age Ensuring the integrity, accessibility, and stewardship of research data in the digital age. Online. [Available]: Accessed 2010 Oct 5.

(2010) National Science Foundation, Office of Cyber infrastructure Directorate for Computer & Information Science & Engineering (2008) Sustainable digital data preservation and access network partners (DataNet) program solicitation - NSF 07- 601. Online.[Available]: Accessed 2010 Sep 22.

(2013) NISO Press “Understanding Metadata”, Online. [Available]:

(2015) Gary Berg-Cross, Raphael Ritz, Peter Wittenburg “RDA DFT Core Terms and Model”, December 02, 2015, Online. [Available]:

(2010) JuhaHakala “Persistent identifiers – an overview”, TWR Technology Watch Review, Online.[Available]:

(2011) Carol Tenopir, Suzie Allard, Kimberly Douglass, Arsev Umur Aydinoglu, Lei Wu, Eleanor Read, Maribeth Manoff, Mike Frame , “Data Sharing by Scientists: Practices and Perceptions”, Online. [Available]:

(2016) The IEEE website. [Online]. Available:

(2016) The IEEE website. [Online]. Available:

(2016) The IEEE website. [Online]. Available:




How to Cite

Grigoryan, H. A. . (2021). Increasing the Visibility of Scientific Data in Armenia Using Persistent Identifiers. Mathematical Problems of Computer Science, 46, 81–86. Retrieved from