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Distributed Preservation Services: Integrating Planning and Actions

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Distributed Preservation Services: Integrating Planning and Actions
Digital preservation has turned into an active field of research. The most prominent approaches today are migration and emulation; especially considering migration, a range of working tools is available, each with specific strengths and weaknesses. The decision process on which actions to take to preserve a given set of digital objects for future access, i.e., preservation planning, is usually an ad-hoc procedure with little tool support and even less support for automation. This paper presents the integration of tools and services for object migration and characterization through a service oriented architecture into a planning tool called Plato, thus creating a distributed and highly automated preservation planning environment.
Christoph Becker, Miguel Ferreira, Michael Kraxner
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where ERCIMDL
Authors Christoph Becker, Miguel Ferreira, Michael Kraxner, Andreas Rauber, Ana Alice Baptista, José Carlos Ramalho
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