Preserving digital objects: a Constraint-based approach for the automated application to transformation processes

@inproceedings{Triebsees2008PreservingDO,
  title={Preserving digital objects: a Constraint-based approach for the automated application to transformation processes},
  author={Thomas Triebsees},
  year={2008}
}
Rapid technology evolution lets Digital Archives (DA) face great challenges in preserving the contents of digital objects. A standard approach to preservation is to migrate digital objects to new technologies periodically. There, object representations may change whereas their contents must not. In large-scale scenarios automated quality assurance is a major concern: Did a given migration process preserve all relevant object properties? However, automation is often hindered as preservation… CONTINUE READING

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