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Proceedings of the International Conference on Preservation of Digital Objects iPRES 2016

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  1. OAIS for all of us: Panel - iPRES 2016 - Swiss National Library, Bern

    Kilbride, William; Sierman, Barbara; Ras, Marcel; Schrimpf, Sabine
    In this panel we will discuss various aspects of the ISO 17421: 2012 OAIS standard.

  2. iPRES 2016 - Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Digital Preservation: iPRES 2016 – Swiss National Library, Bern

    Signori, Barbara; Knight, Steve; Milic-Frayling, Natasa
    From October 3-6, 2016, the Swiss National Library was pleased to host the 13th annual iPRES Conference.

  3. Towards a Systematic Information Governance Maturity Assessment: Paper - iPRES 2016 - Swiss National Library, Bern

    Proença, Diogo; Borbinha, José; Vieira, Ricardo
    Information Governance as defined by Gartner is the “specification of decision rights and an accountability framework to encourage desirable behavior in the valuation, creation, storage, use, archival and deletion of information. Includes the processes, roles, standards and metrics that ensure the effective and efficient use of information in enabling an organization to achieve its goals”. In this paper, we present assess the maturity of seven project pilots using the Information Governance maturity model based on existing reference documents. The process is based on existing maturity model development methods. These methods allow for a systematic approach to maturity model development backed...

  4. Applied Interoperability in Digital Preservation: Paper - iPRES 2016 - Swiss National Library, Bern

    Aas, Kuldar; Delve, Janet; Wilson, Andrew
    This paper describes the interoperability solutions which have been developed in the context of the E-ARK project. The project has, since February 2014, tackled the need for more interoperability and collaboration between preservation organizations. The solutions being developed include harmonized specifications for Submission, Archival and Dissemination Information Packages; and pre-ingest and access workflows. Furthermore, the specifications have been implemented using a range of software tools and piloted in real-life scenarios in various European archival institutions. This paper provides a statement on the need for interoperability, and an overview of the necessary specifications and tools, and it calls for preservation organizations...

  5. Using RMap to Describe Distributed Works as Linked Data Graphs: Paper - iPRES 2016 - Swiss National Library, Bern

    Hanson, Karen L.; Donoghue, Mark; DiLauro, Tim; Birkland, Aaron; Morrissey, Sheila
    Today's scholarly works can be dynamic, distributed, and complex. They can consist of multiple related components (article, dataset, software, multimedia, webpage, etc.) that are made available asynchronously, assigned a range of identifiers, and stored in different repositories with uneven preservation policies. A lot of progress has been made to simplify the process of sharing the components of these new forms of scholarly output and to improve the methods of preserving diverse formats. As the complexity of a scholarly works grows, however, it becomes unlikely that all of the components will become available at the same time, be accessible through a...

  6. Processing Capstone Email Using Predictive Coding: Paper - iPRES 2016 - Swiss National Library, Bern

    West, Brent; Kaczmarek, Joanne
    Email provides a rich history of an organization yet poses unique challenges to archivists. It is difficult to acquire and process, due to sensitive contents and diverse topics and formats, which inhibits access and research. We plan to leverage predictive coding used by the legal community to identify and prioritize sensitive content for review and redaction while generating descriptive metadata of themes and trends. This will empower records creators, archivists, and researchers to better understand, synthesize, protect, and preserve email collections. Early findings and information on collaborative efforts are shared.

  7. Navigating through 200 Years of Historical Newspapers: Paper - iPRES 2016 - Swiss National Library, Bern

    Rochat, Yannick; Kaplan, Frédéric; Bornet, Cyril; Buntinx, Vincent; Ehrmann, Maud
    This paper describes the processes which led to the creation of an innovative interface to access a digital archive composed of two Swiss newspapers, namely Gazette de Lausanne (1798–1998) and Journal de Gen`eve (1826–1998). Based on several textual processing steps, including lexical indexation, n-grams computation and named entity recognition, a general purpose web-based application was designed and implemented ; it allows a large variety of users (e.g. historians, journalists, linguists and the general public) to explore different facets of about 4 million press articles spanning an almost 200 hundred years period.

  8. Database Preservation Toolkit: Paper - iPRES 2016 - Swiss National Library, Bern

    Ferreira, Bruno; Ramalho, José Carlos; Faria, Luís
    The Database Preservation Toolkit is a software that automates the migration of a relational database to the second version of the Software Independent Archiving of Relational Databases format. This exible tool supports the currently most popular Relational Database Management Systems and can also convert a preserved database back to a Database Management System, allowing for some specific usage scenarios in an archival context. The conversion of databases between different formats, whilst retaining the databases' significant properties, poses a number of interesting implementation issues, which are described along with their current solutions. To complement the conversion software, the Database Visualization Toolkit...

  9. What Makes A Digital Steward: Paper - iPRES 2016 - Swiss National Library, Bern

    Blumenthal, Karl-Rainer; Steeves, Vicky; Peltzman, Shira; Kim, Julia; Griesinger, Peggy
    Digital stewardship is the active and long-term management of digital objects towards their preservation for and unencumbered access by future generations. Although the field is rapidly maturing, it still lacks a comprehensive competency profile for practitioners. This is due in part to the relative youth of the field, and to the fact that being an effective steward of digital materials requires highly specialized training that is best acquired through hands-on work. Given the key role that competency profiles play in the design of curricula and job postings, the lack of one hinders the training and education of professionals for these...

  10. To Act or Not to Act – Handling File Format Identification Issues in Practice: Poster - iPRES 2016 - Swiss National Library, Bern

    Töwe, Matthias; Suri, Roland E.; Geisser, Franziska
    Format identification output needs to be assessed within an institutional context, also considering provenance information that is not contained in the data, but provided by data producers by other means. Sometimes, real issues in the data need to be distinguished from warnings. Ideally, this assessment should permit to decide where to invest effort in correcting issues, where to just document them, and where to postpone activities. The poster presents preliminary considerations at the ETH Data Archive of ETH-Bibliothek, the main library of ETH Zurich, on how to address file format identification and validation issues. The underlying issues are mostly independent...

  11. Acquiring and Providing Access to Born-Digital Materials with the BitCurator Environment and BitCurator Access Webtools: Tutorial - iPRES 2016 - Swiss National Library, Bern

    Lee, Christopher A.
    This tutorial will prepare participants to use the open-source BitCurator environment and BitCurator Access Webtools to acquire, process and provide access to born-digital materials. There will be a brief lecture and discussion that focuses on the motivation for using the tools and several foundational technical concepts. The remainder of the tutorial will be devoted to demonstration and hands-on exercises that feature specific tools and methods. Participants will learn how to mount media as read-only, create disk images, mount forensically packaged disk images, export individual files or entire directories from disk images, use specialized scripts to perform batch activities, generate and...

  12. Symmetrical Web Archiving With Webrecorder: Workshop - iPRES 2016 - Swiss National Library, Bern

    Espenschied, Dragan; Kreymer, Ilya
    This paper describes a workshop for the novel, open source web archiving tool Webrecorder. Until now, web archiving has mainly been thought to be synonymous with “spidering” or “crawling,” meaning that a very basic, simulated version of a web browser travels paths of links and storing what it encounters, based on a certain set of rules. Webrecorder introduces a new web archiving concept, symmetrical archiving, which makes use of actual browsers and actual user behavior to archive the web, as well. The software stack used for accessing or replaying archived material is exactly the same as during the capturing process....

  13. Building a Future for our Digital Memory A National Approach to Digital Preservation in The Netherlands: Paper - iPRES 2016 - Swiss National Library, Bern

    Ras, Marcel
    In 2015 the national Network for Digital Heritage was established. This network is based on three pillars: to make the digital heritage wider visible, better usable and more sustainable preserved. A series of collaborative projects are in progress since Summer 2015, framed within three working programs, all with their own but integrated set of dedicated actions in order to create a national infrastructure in the Netherlands, based on an optimal use of existing facilities. In this paper the focus is on the activities related to the sustainable preservation of the Dutch national digital heritage. What are the developments and where...

  14. An OAIS-oriented System for Fast Package Creation, Search, and Access: Paper - iPRES 2016 - Swiss National Library, Bern

    Schlarb, Sven; Aas, Kuldar; Delve, Janet; Rörden, Jan; Bartha, Mihai; Karl, Roman; Schmidt, Rainer
    This paper describes the scalable e-archiving repository system developed in the context of the E-ARK project. The system is built using a stack of widely used technologies that are known from areas such as search engine development, information retrieval and data-intensive computing, enabling efficient storage and processing of large volumes of data. The E-ARK Integrated Platform Reference Implementation Prototype takes advantage of these technologies and implements an OAIS-oriented repository system for creating, archiving, and accessing data as information packages. The system consists of software components including an efficient file handling infrastructure, a configurable and scalable ingest system, a powerful full-text-based...

  15. Consortial Certification Processes – The Goportis Digital Archive: Poster - iPRES 2016 - Swiss National Library, Bern

    Friese, Yvonne; Bähr, Thomas; Schwab, Franziska; Gerdes, Thomas
    The Goportis Consortium consists of the three German National Subject Libraries. One key area of collaboration is digital preservation. The Goportis Digital Archive is jointly used by the consortial partners. As part of their quality management the partners strive to obtain certifications for trustworthy digital repositories. The Goportis Consortium successfully applied for the Data Seal of Approval (DSA) [1] and is currently working on the application for the nestor Seal [2]. The poster illustrates the collaboration of the Goportis partners during the certification process (distribution of tasks, time frame, etc.). This way it could serve as best-practice example for other...

  16. Exploring Friedrich Kittler’s Digital Legacy on Different Levels: Paper - iPRES 2016 - Swiss National Library, Bern

    Enge, Jürgen; Kramski, Heinz Werner
    Based on the example of Friedrich Kittler’s digital papers at the Deutsches Literaturarchiv Marbach (DLA), this paper explores digital estates and their challenges on different logical levels within the pre-archival analysis, documentation and indexing process. As opposed to long-term digital preservation procedures, which are set about afterwards when relevant digital objects have already been identified, this process starts shortly after physical material (computers, hard drives, disks…) is delivered to the archive and has been ingested and safeguarded into volume image files. In this situation, it is important to get an overview of the “current state”: Which data was delivered (amount,...

  17. Towards a Risk Model for Emulation-based Preservation Strategies: Paper - iPRES 2016 - Swiss National Library, Bern

    Rechert, Klaus; Ensom, Tom; Falcão, Patrícia
    Virtualization and emulation provide the technical basis for a potential preservation strategy to keep performing digital objects accessible, despite obsolescence of their original technical platform. By simulating the presence of physical components, in the form of virtual hardware, it is possible to maintain the software environments needed to run original software. In this paper we describe a conceptual model to analyse and document the hardware and software elements of software-based artworks, in order to then identify dependencies and assess risks. This information is used to select the most appropriate options when creating disk images, and to make decisions about whether...

  18. Implementing Automatic Digital Preservation for a Mass Digitization Workflow: Paper - iPRES 2016 - Swiss National Library, Bern

    Berthold, Henrike; Krug, Sabine; Fritzsche, Stefan; Sachse, Jörg; Romeyke, Andreas
    The Saxon State and University Library Dresden (SLUB) has built up its digital preservation system SLUBArchiv from 2012 to 2014. In January 2015, we launched the preservation workflow for digitized documents. This workflow extends the in-house mass digitization workflow, which is based on the software Kitodo.Production. In this paper, we describe the three major challenges we faced while extending our mass digitization workflow with an automatic preparation and ingest into our digital long-term preservation system and the solutions we found. These challenges have been (1) validating and checking not only the target file format of the scanning process but also...

  19. A Case Study on Emulation-based Preservation in the Museum: Paper - iPRES 2016 - Swiss National Library, Bern

    Padberg, Frank; Häberle, Martin; Irrgang, Daniel; Tögel, Philipp
    We use emulation to preserve a complex digital artifact in the museum. We describe all stages of the preservation process and discuss the technical and curatorial problems that we encountered. The exhibition setting defines additional requirements for an emulation. Our findings and lessons learned are instructive for emulation researchers and museum practitioners. The preserved artifact now is on display in real exhibitions.

  20. Ellipse – Long-term and Permanent Protection and Accessibility of Geodata: Paper - iPRES 2016 - Swiss National Library, Bern

    Ohnesorge, Krystyna W.; Mast, Alain; Marciani, Chiara
    Archiving of geodata historically focused on methods of keeping digital geodata alive “almost forever”. Project Ellipse is a joint effort by the Swiss Federal Archives (SFA) and the Federal Office of Topography (swisstopo) running from 2011 to 2016. Its aim is to find a common solution for the archiving of geodata in order to implement the applicable legislation. Ellipse follows the entire archiving process chain: from the inventory and appraisal of geodata, to its submission to the digital archives and finally to the users, who expect geodata in a form that is authentic and accessible in a future technological environment....

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