Data Jacket
A data description model devised by Professor Yukio Ohsawa of the University of Tokyo. By describing outline data or such information as when and where it was collected, without divulging the data details, it is a method for describing the actual data, consisting of lines of digital data, in a format that enables people to understand its value. The research of Professor Yukio Ohsawa relating to the system of Data Jackets was advanced with the support of grants, such as CREST JPMJCR1304 from Japan Science and Technology Agency.
A method for bringing visibility to the connections between data, proposed by Professor Yukio Ohsawa of the University of Tokyo. By analyzing such data characteristics as the frequency of the appearance of terms included in multiple Data Jacket descriptions or related terminology, correlations among the data can be visualized in the form a network graph.
 Mentor License
A license that restricts access authority to chat functions, the viewing of Data Jackets and other features of a consortium.
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Date: 14 May, 2018
Company: Fujitsu Limited