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Proceedings of the International Conference on Preservation of Digital Objects iPRES 2004

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  1. DELOS: Network of Excellence on Digital Libraries, with a focus on the Preservation Cluster: Presentation - iPRES 2004 - Beijing

    Rauber, Andreas
    Digital Libraries (DL) have been made possible through the integration and use of a number of IC technologies, the availability of digital content on a global scale and a strong demand for users who are now online. They are destined to become essential part of the information infrastructure in the 21st century. The DELOS network intends to conduct a joint program of activities aimed at integrating and coordinating the ongoing research activities of the major European teams working in DL-related areas with the goal of developing the next generation DL technologies. This talk will provide an overview of the seven Research...

  2. Trusted Digital Repositories, Certification: Presentation - iPRES 2004 - Beijing

    Altenhöner, Reinhard; Neuroth, Heike
    Electronic publishing is the usual form in the scientific communication: easy to handle, worldwide available and accessible at every time. But digital information objects are in the deep sense of the word much more fragile than traditional paper based information. They can be easily altered, damaged or become unreadable especially in the long run of time. In this situation a special deposit system is necessary, which supports procedures to preserve electronic publications (online and offline) and keeps them accessible through time. To implement such a system, specific standards, technologies, and procedures are needed. The basic standard of a Reference Model for...

  3. Digital Preservation: Legal Issues: Presentation - iPRES 2004 - Beijing

    Beagrie, Neil
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  4. Preservation Planning, Institutional Strategies and Policies: Presentation - iPRES 2004 - Beijing

    Severiens, Thomas
    Should we preserve everything or only a selection of the available information? This is the question which will be illuminated from different point of view within this talk. Institutions all around the world are developing strategies and policies for preservation. Many developments are done in parallel redundantly, some are still open. This talk will give a brief overview of the activities (in selection) and the solutions they developed or the state of discussion process. This overview is part of the project "nestor" http://www.langzeitarchivierung.de/index.php?newlang=eng supported by the Germany Ministry for Education and Research.

  5. The UK Digital Curation Centre: Presentation - iPRES 2004 - Beijing

    Day, Michael
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  6. Preservation Strategy Proposals for Licensed Resources of CSDL: Presentation - iPRES 2004 - Beijing

    Xiaolin, Zhang; Ling, Wan
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  7. Persistent Identifiers: Presentation - iPRES 2004 - Beijing

    Altenhöner, Reinhard
    The electronic publishing process implies in generell certain attributes: "fast, cost-saving, worldwide acessible". Seen from the author's or the user's perspective, however, those attributes are sufficient to ensure permanent access to the electronic publication? The usual experience with the Internet promises not a sufficient result: URLs don't offer a mechanism that allows internet based publications to be identified unequivocally and being traceable at anytime. One solution to that situation is being provided by Persistent Identifiers such as Uniform Resource Names (URN), whose implementation Die Deutsche Bibliothek consolidates within the scope of the project EPICUR. An implementation in local contexts cannot provide...

  8. File format registries - a global infrastructure for local persistence: Presentation - iPRES 2004 - Beijing

    Aschenbrenner, Andreas
    Cooperation has always been essential in the digital preservation community regarding knowledge exchange and collaboration in research activities. As initiatives increasingly turn to implementation, cooperation also gains practical significance. Initiatives embark on collaboratively building services that are required by various preservation systems. This presentation addresses file format registries. The preservation community jointly calls for a register that identifies and documents file formats, to come to terms with the myriad of different file formats. Activities towards building a file format registry are emerging, as already some preservation initiatives rely on such a future service in their current approaches.

  9. The Digital Preservation Coalition: A Brief Introduction: Presentation - iPRES 2004 - Beijing

    Beagrie, Neil
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  10. Metadata-Registries: Presentation - iPRES 2004 - Beijing

    Neuroth, Heike
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  11. The JISC FAIR Programme: Presentation - iPRES 2004 - Beijing

    Beagrie, Neil
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  12. reUSE! reUSE digital master files of printed material!: Presentation - iPRES 2004 - Beijing

    Altenhöner, Reinhard
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  13. erpanet: Presentation - iPRES 2004 - Beijing

    Aschenbrenner, Andreas
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  14. nestor - Network of Expertise in long-term STORage of Digital Preservation: Presentation - iPRES 2004 - Beijing

    Neuroth, Heike
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  15. KOPAL: KOoPerativer Aufbau eines Langzeitarchivs digitaler Informationen

    Altenhöner, Reinhard
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  16. PREMIS: PREservation Metadata: Implementation Strategies: Presentation - iPRES 2004 - Beijing

    van Wijngaarden, Hilde
    x

  17. The European Union: Programmes for EU-China Cooperation in ICT: Presentation - iPRES 2004 - Beijing

    Segbert, Monika
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  18. Project “DARE”: Presentation - iPRES 2004 - Beijing

    van Horik, René
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  19. The OAIS Reference Model: current implementations: Presentation - iPRES 2004 - Beijing

    Day, Michael
    The OAIS Reference Model (ISO 14721:2003) is an important part of the current digital preservation landscape. Initially developed by the Consultative Committee on Space Data Systems, the OAIS establishes a common framework of terms and concepts, identifies the basic functions of an archival system, and provides an information model for managing digital objects and information packages. The OAIS information model has proved to be extremely influential on the development of preservation metadata schemas. While the OAIS Reference Model does NOT specify any implementation, it has informed the implementation of some preservation systems, including the National Library of the Netherlands deposit...

  20. Web Information Preservation at National Library of China: Presentation - iPRES 2004 - Beijing

    Zhigeng, Wang
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