Web Archiving Methods and Approaches: A Comparative Study

@article{Masans2005WebAM,
  title={Web Archiving Methods and Approaches: A Comparative Study},
  author={Julien Masan{\`e}s},
  journal={Library Trends},
  year={2005},
  volume={54},
  pages={72-90}
}
The Web is a virtually infi nite information space, and archiving its entirety, all its aspects, is a utopia. The volume of information presents a challenge, but it is neither the only nor the most limiting factor given the continuous drop in storage device costs. Signifi cant challenges lie in the management and technical issues of the location and collection of Web sites. As a consequence of this, archiving the Web is a task that no single institution can carry out alone. This article will… CONTINUE READING

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