Peter Rödig

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Whenever a group of authors collaboratively edits interrelated documents semantic consistency is a major goal. Current document management systems (DMS) lack adequate consistency management facilities. We propose liberal use of formal consistency rules which permits inconsistencies. In this paper we focus on deriving repairs for inconsistencies. Our major(More)
When a group of authors collaboratively edits interrelated documents, consistency problems occur almost immediately. Current document management systems (DMS) often lack adequate facilities for consistency management. We extend traditional DMS by explicit formal consistency rules. In contrast to many other approaches, we permit inconsistencies and present(More)
When a group of authors collaboratively edits interrelated documents, consistency problems occur almost immediately. Current document management systems (DMS) provide useful mechanisms such as document locking and version control, but often lack consistency management facilities.If at all, consistency is "defined" via informal guidelines, which do not(More)
Over the last decades, the amount of digital documents has increased exponentially. Nevertheless, traditional document engineering methods are applied. Even worse, the long-term preservation issues have been neglected in standard document life cycle implementations.Our digital (cultural) heritage is, therefore, highly endangered by the silent obsolescence(More)
Quality management is one of the essential parts to become a trustworthy digital archive. The German network of expertise in Digital long-term preservation (nestor), in cooperation with the German Institute for Standards (DIN) has undertaken a small study in order to systematically analyse the relevance und usage of quality management standards for(More)
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