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Proceedings of the International Conference on Preservation of Digital Objects iPRES 2006

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  1. kopal - Data into the future: Co-operative Development of a Long-term Digital Information Archive: Presentation - iPRES 2006 - Ithaca

    Altenhöner, Reinhard; Steinke, Tobias
    The German project kopal develops a cooperative used long-term digital archive. The archival system of kopal could be used by different clients, just like a bank account. It is hosted by an experienced service provider and based on software by IBM. Its interfaces are open defined in a way, that it is possible to use open software and standard object formats to connect to them. As a result of the project an open archiving and exchange format for digital objects was specified, called Universal Object format. There is also an open source software library called koLibRI to build up objects,...

  2. DAITSS and the Florida Digital Archive: Presentation - iPRES 2006 - Ithaca

    Caplan, Priscilla
    The Florida Digital Archive (FDA) is a digital preservation repository run by the Florida Center for Library Automation (FCLA) for the use of the eleven public universities of Florida. The FDA went into production in November 2005. It ingested 108,607 files (2.2 TB) in the first 6 months of operation. The FDA uses a locally developed software application called DAITSS to support the repository functions of ingest, data management and dissemination, and the preservation functions of format normalization and format migration. Functionally, DAITSS consists of a set of services. The Ingest Service performs format validation, extraction of technical metadata, creation...

  3. Preserving Things that Count: exploring partnerships among domain specific repositories, institutional repositories, and social science researchers: Presentation - iPRES 2006 - Ithaca

    Green, Ann; Gutmann, Myron
    In developing and debating digital repositories, the digital library world has devoted more attention to their missions and roles in supporting access to and stewardship of academic research output than to discussing discipline, or domain, specific digital repositories. This is especially interesting, given that in social science these domain-specific repositories have been in existence for many decades. The goal of this presentation is to juxtapose these two kinds of repositories and to suggest ways that they can help build partnerships between themselves and with the research community. It is based on the fundamental idea that all the parties involved share...

  4. Low-Risk Persistent Identification: the "Entity" (N2T) Resolver : Presentation - iPRES 2006 - Ithaca

    Kunze, John
    The N2T ("entity") identifier resolver addresses the same problem as URN, Handle, and DOI resolvers, but does so without complex or proprietary software components. N2T is lower-risk than those resolvers because it relies only on off-the-shelf open-source components, and it is the only resolver to acknowledge and address the "namespace splitting problem". N2T (Name-to-Thing) is both a persistent identifier resolver and a consortium of cultural memory organizations. The consortium has no fees or requirements, and merely offers its members the option to publicize a protected form of their URLs supported by the resolver. The resolver is a small, standard web...

  5. nestor II: e-Science and Preservation - A Perfect Match?: Presentation - iPRES 2006 - Ithaca

    Neuroth, Heike
    The hard sciences have worked for many years towards global collaboration on an infrastructural and workflow level. The concepts and technologies eveloped in this venture are increasingly being adopted by other disciplines including the social sciences or the arts and humanities. In Europe these disciplines aim to establish an integrated e-Science landscape to benefit from the existing resources and experiences attained by the "hard sciences". Current humanities projects under the e-Science umbrella are on a promising route. The preservation community could benefit greatly from the e-science community in the strive for - amongst other - sharing storage resources while maintaining...

  6. Digital Data Preservation and Curation: A Collaboration Among Libraries, Publishers, and the Virtual Observatory - A pilot project aimed at preserving, curating, and enabling access to digital data and associated electronic journals content.: Presentation - iPRES 2006 - Ithaca

    Ehling, Teresa; Plante, Ray; Milkey, Robert; Vishniac, Ethan; Szalay, Alex; DiLauro, Tim; Choudhury, Sayeed; Steffen, Julie; Hanisch, Robert
    Astronomers are producing and analyzing data at ever more prodigious rates. NASA's Great Observatories, ground-based national observatories, and major survey projects have archive and data distribution systems in place to manage their standard data products, and these are now interlinked through the protocols and metadata standards agreed upon in the Virtual Observatory. However, the digital data associated with peer-reviewed publications is only rarely archived. Most often, astronomers publish graphical representations of their data but not the data themselves. Other astronomers cannot readily inspect the data to either confirm the interpretation presented in a paper or extend the analysis. Highly processed...

  7. Global Digital Format Registry (GDFR): An Interim Status Report: Presentation - iPRES 2006 - Ithaca

    Abrams, Stephen
    The format of a digital object must be known in order to interpret the information content of that object properly. Strong format typing is therefore fundamental to the effective use, interchange, and preservation of all digitally-encoded content. In terms of the OAIS reference model, format typing is a component of an object's representation information. Formats themselves also have representation information--primarily, the set of syntactic and semantic rules for encoding content into digital form--that must be preserved to address the concern raised by the Library of Congress's recent planning report, Preserving Our Digital Heritage: "Longevity of digital data and the ability...

  8. The International e-Depot: e-Journal Archiving at the national library of the Netherlands: Presentation - iPRES 2006 - Ithaca

    Oltmans, Erik
    Electronic journals dominate the field of academic literature, and it is of great importance to the international scientific community that this electronic intellectual output remains accessible in perpetuity. It is uncertain, however, whether the traditional model, based on national deposits and geographical frontiers, will be able to guarantee the long-term safety of the international academic output in a digital form. Academic literature is produced by multinational publishers, and has often no longer a country of origin that can be easily identified and thus no obvious guardian. Hence, in the traditional model there is a huge risk of academic records being...

  9. Bringing Many Tools Together: Building a system of co-operating OAIS's in the MathArc project: Presentation - iPRES 2006 - Ithaca

    Enders, Markus; Smith, Adam; Kehoe, William
    The MathArc project has created a protocol, software, and registry that enable multiple institutions to share and store digital objects in each other's OAIS repositories, regardless of the nature of each system's underlying repository. In the pilot version, the Goettingen State and University Library (SUB) and the Cornell University Library (CUL) are sharing, storing, and managing collections preserved in Goettingen's kopal system (based on DIAS) and Cornell's CUL-OAIS (based on aDORe). The tools and standards used to build the system are familiar to those working in the digital preservation field and have been described and presented in many places. They...

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