The SCAPE preservation lifecycle. Duretec, K.; Kulmukhametov, A.; Kraxner, M.; Plangg, M.; Becker, C.; and Faria, L. In IEEE/ACM Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, pages 425–426, September, 2014.
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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 preservation suite, a loosely coupled set of systems and open APIs that facilitate scalable content profiling, monitoring, planning and workflow execution.
@inproceedings{duretec_scape_2014,
	title = {The {SCAPE} preservation lifecycle},
	doi = {10.1109/JCDL.2014.6970207},
	abstract = {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 preservation suite, a loosely coupled set of systems and open APIs that facilitate scalable content profiling, monitoring, planning and workflow execution.},
	booktitle = {{IEEE}/{ACM} {Joint} {Conference} on {Digital} {Libraries}},
	author = {Duretec, K. and Kulmukhametov, A. and Kraxner, M. and Plangg, M. and Becker, C. and Faria, L.},
	month = sep,
	year = {2014},
	keywords = {API, Decision support systems, Digital curation, Ecosystems, Face, Joining processes, Monitoring, Planning, SCAPE preservation lifecycle, Scalability, access mechanisms, application program interfaces, context, continuous access, digital objects, digital preservation, information retrieval, planning (artificial intelligence), repositories, scalable content profiling, workflow execution},
	pages = {425--426}
}
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