This paper presents research based on the new Content Factor (CONTFACT) applied to long-term knowledge resources, which are continuously in development. The CONTFACT methodology was especially created for data description and analysis complementary to previously existing methods. The Content Factor method can be applied to arbitrary data and content and it can be adopted for many purposes like data analysis and knowledge discovery. The goal of this research is to use the new methodology in order to create additional data-centric description to multi-disciplinary long-term knowledge resources. The new methodology supports flexible ways for data description and analysis and can be used with huge structured and even unstructured data resources, e.g., with Integrated Information and Computing System (IICS) components and High End Computing (HEC) resources.

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