Conference Presentation: “Software Citation Today and Tomorrow” by Daniel Katz
The presentation embedded below by Daniel Katz was delivered at the University of Manchester on September 6, 2018.
Abstract (via U. of Manchester)
This seminar will discuss the state of software citation, starting with history of work done by the FORCE11 Software Citation Working Group, leading to a published set of software citation principles, as well as other prior work. It will also talk about where the community is going, what the obstacles to progress are, and how they may be overcome.
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