Markus Plangg

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This article discusses opportunities for leveraging scale in cases of recurring scenarios of comparable decisions with multiple objectives in well-defined domains. Based on a software component ranking and selection method that uses utility analysis to separate objective information gathering and subjective assessment, we discuss challenges of decision(More)
The preservation community is busily building systems for repositories, identification and characterisation, analysis and monitoring, planning and other key activities, and increasingly, these systems are linked to collaborate more effectively. While some standard metadata schemes exist that facilitate interoperability, the controlled vocabularies that are(More)
Continuous activities such as preservation monitoring, planning and operations, including the provisioning of access mechanisms or the creation of derivatives through migration, are needed to enable continuous access to content across evolving technological contexts without affecting the authenticity of digital objects. This article describes the SCAPE(More)
Increasingly, content owners are operating repositories with large, heterogeneous collections. The responsibility to provide access to these collections on the long term requires preservation processes such as planning, monitoring, and actual preservation operations such as migration and quality assurance, which have to be managed and integrated with the(More)
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