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24 D24.1 - link        
24 D24.1 Being able to assess the authenticity and provenance of the digital resources is one of the central problems in digital preservation repositories. Twitter 20140729    
24 D24.1 Operational guidelines for managing the authenticity of digital resources are now available within the APARSEN project. Twitter 2014-10-01    
24 D24.1 Which are the different approaches proposed in the literature for dealing with teh authenticity of digital resources? - Section 2-STATE OF THE ART        
24 D24.1 Modeling the transformations that the authenticity of digital resources undergoes during their lifecycle. Section 4 - A MODEL FOR MANAGING AUTHENTICITY AND PROVENANCE THROUGH THE DIGITAL RESOURCE LIFECYCLE        
24 D24.1 Are there practical guidelines that can be adopted in a digital preservation repository? - Section 5 - GUIDELINES FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF AUTHENTICITY EVIDENCE Twitter 20140801    
24 D24.1 How access to the repository can be managed in order to protect the authenticity of the preserved resources? Section 6 - SECURE LOGGING MECHANISMS        
24 D24.1 How the provenance of digital resources can be inferred through reasoning? Section 7 - PROVENANCE INTEROPERABILITY AND REASONING        
24 D24.1 How should the crucial issue of assessing the authenticity of the preserved digital resources be addressed and supported by long term preservation repositories? Facebook 20140904    
24 D24.2 - link        
24 D24.2 Case study 1. Athenticity management in an Italian Heath-care data repository. Section 2 - HEALTH-CARE DATA REPOSITORY IN VICENZA        
24 D24.2 Case study 2. Athenticity management in a Social Science data repository. Section 3 - SOCIAL SCIENCE DATA REPOSITORY AT THE UK DATA ARCHIVE        
24 D24.2 Case study 3. Athenticity management in a scientic experimental data repository at CERN. Section 4 - SCIENTIFIC EXPERIMENTAL DATA REPOSITORY IN HEP        
24 D24.2 We report about a set of case studies, carried out in three different digital preservation environments with the main purpose of field testing the guidelines for the management of the authenticity of the digital resources that have been proposed within the APARSEN project.        
24 D24.2 Defining and implementing an Authenticity Management Policy can be done and has been done. We report three different case studies.        
24 D24.2 Operational guidelines for managing the authenticity of digital resources are now available within the APARSEN project. Twitter 20140415    


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21 D21.1 - link        
21 D21.1 What is meant by services for digital preservation? (Sec 2) Twitter 2014-08-05    
21 D21.1 What types of high-level service could there be? (Sec 3)        
21 D21.1 What implementations exist of these high-level services? (Individual items within Sec 3)        
21 D21.1 How do the high-level services cover the range of what is required for a trustworthy digital repository? (Sec 4)        
21 D21.1 Want to find out what is meant by "Preservation Services"? Read [URL D21.1] Facebook 2014-05-15    
21 D21.1 Conclusions about the landscape of preservation services can be found in the #APARSEN deliverable here: [URL] Twitter 2014-09-09    
21 D21.1 Read about the understanding of #APARSEN on characteristics of a preservation service here #Sustainability Twitter 2014-05-13    
21 D21.1 Where is there a need for preservation services? Introducing high-level services[URL] Twitter 2014-08-06    
21 D21.1 High-Level threats to long-term preservation are … read more here: [URL]        
21 D21.1 Propose additions to our list here:        
21 D21.1 Find a presentation on Preservation Services here:        
23 D23.1 - link        
23 D23.1 For each storage solutions "General remarks" are reported (Sections 2.1.1, 2.2.1, 2.3.1, 2.4.1 ) Twitter 2014-06-12    
23 D23.1 For each storage solutions "Basic information about the repositories" is reported (Sections 2.1.2, 2.2.2, 2.3.2, 2.4.2)        
23 D23.2 - link        
23 D23.2 For each storage solutions "Preserved digital objects and storage solutions" are reported (Sections 2.1.3, 2.2.3 2.3.3, 2.4.3)        
23 D23.2 For each storage solutions "Analysis and proposal for improvements" are reported (Sections 2.1.4, 2.2.4, 2.3.4, 2.4.4) Twitter 2014-10-07    
23 D23.2 find the Questionnaire used to receive the inputs from the istituitions (Section 4)        
23 D23.2 Find a presentation on Sustainability- Securing the Value of DIgital Data here        
32 D32.1 - link        
32 D32.1 Are there any published cost models which will allow me to ascertain the costs of digital preservation within my organisation?        
32 D32.1 Do research libraries use cost models to ascertain the costs of digital preservation activities?        
32 D32.2 - link        
32 D32.2 Are there any published cost models which will allow me to ascertain the costs of digital preservation within my organisation?        
32 D32.2 Do research libraries use cost models to ascertain the costs of digital preservation activities? Twitter 2014-09-10    
32 D32.2          
32 D32.2 Interested in finding out the costs of digital preservation activities in your organisation? Want to know which published cost model can provide you with an answer to this question? See a report from APARSEN on the analysis of cost parameters - add link Facebook 2014-06-13    
36 D36.2 - link        
36 D36.2 What are the alternatives ways to develop a DP activity Twitter 2014-10-09    
36 D36.2 How can I design a sustainable DP environment Twitter 2014-05-16    
36 D36.2 What are the key parameters in deveopling a sustainable DP activitiy Twitter 2014-08-07    
36 D36.2 Developing a compelling value proposition is crucial for implementing a DP activity        


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25 D25.1 - link        
25 D25.1 an investigation and analysis of current initiatives, solutions and challenges about interoperability in DP in order to formulate recommendations and guidelines to fill the current gaps and address the identified challenges.        
25 D25.1 What does interoperability mean and why is it relevant for DP? (paragraphs 2; 1.5) Twitter 20140715    
25 D25.1 Which are the current projects and initiatives about interoperability in DP? (paragraph 2.4)        
25 D25.1 Which are some typical interoperabily scenarios and related challenges encountered by DP stakeholders? (paragraph 3)        
25 D25.1 Which are the current interoperability solutions adopted in different areas of DP? (paragraph 4.2)        
25 D25.1 Which are the key interoperability gaps identified from the analysis between the current situation and the future objectives and goals? (paragraph 5.1) Facebook+Twitter 20140523    
25 D25.1 How can we meet the identified interoperability challenges? Which recommendations can be drawn from the analysis to promote the realisation of an interoperable DP landscape? (paragraph 5.2)        
25 D25.1 An overview of the current projects and initiatives on interoperability in different areas of digital preservation.        
25 D25.1 A description of the main interoperability scenarios and challenges encountered by partners and other stakeholders in their daily life activity that served to drive the definition of the main common interoperability objectives and guidelines for digital preservation.        
25 D25.1 A detailed analysis of the current solutions adopted to enable semantic interoperability in the domain of Earth Science.        
25 D25.1 An analysis of the key questions about global semantic interoperability in digital preservation enabled by the Semantic Web initiative and Linked Data, including an overview of the main strengths and weaknesses of the approach.        
25 D25.1 A broad matrix of models, standards and services for interoperability that cover the main areas of digital preservation which can be used as a tool to navigate the complex ecosystem of the current interoperability solutions.        
25 D25.1 A gap analysis which identifies the gaps between the current situation and future interoperability requirements that must be met and proposes possible strategies to fill these gaps.        
25 D25.1 A list of recommendations and guidelines for ensuring interoperable digital preservation services. Twitter 20140520    
25 D25.1        
25 D25.1 Epimenides prototype for checking the performability of a digital object: available at Twitter 20140702    
25 D25.1 Interoperability Objectives and Approaches: Results from the APARSEN NoE. Proceedings of the the 10th International Conference on Preservation of Digital Objects, Lisbon 2013. Twitter 20140408    
25 D25.2-link        
25 D25.2 “Which approaches for interoperability currently exist?” - Section 2.1 INTRODUCTION Twitter 20140916    
25 D25.2 “How Interoperability is related with Digital Preservation?” - Section 2.1 INTRODUCTION        
25 D25.2 "Do we necessarily need standards to achieve interoperability?” - Section 3 INTEROPERABILITY STRATEGIES Twitter 20140523    
25 D25.2 "How can I use a digital object?" - Section 3 INTEROPERABILITY STRATEGIES        
25 D25.2 "Which tasks are the more useful for the needs of digital preservation?" - Section 8 WHICH TASKS TO MODEL, HIERARCHY OF TASKS        
25 D25.2 We can achieve interoperability without necessarily having to rely on standards, but by combining existing software.        
25 D25.2 One (human or artificial agent) should be able to understand and use the digital material over time. This is closely related to the aspect of interoperability, and for this reason digi- tal preservation has been termed “interoperability with the future”.        
25 D25.2 The process of checking whether is feasible to perform a task over a digital object is too complex for a human and this is where automated reasoning services could contribute. Facebook & Twitter 20130617    
25 D25.2 Automated reasoning services could greatly reduce the human effort required for periodically checking (monitoring) whether a task on a digital object is performable.        
25 D25.2 Y. Tzitzikas, Y. Marketakis and Y. Kargakis (2012). Conversion and Emulation-aware Dependency Reasoning for Curation Services, iPres2012 (        
25 D25.2 Demonstrator: System Epimenides:        
25 D25.2 Demonstrator Video Tutorial:        
25 D25.2 APARSEN Webinar: Interoperability and Intelligibility, November 2013,        
27 D27.1 - link        
27 D27.1 What is scalability? Twitter 2014-09-15    
27 D27.1 What are the scalability needs for preservation systems        
27 D27.1 What scalability gaps were identified Twitter 20140521    
27 D27.1 What are our recommendations to allow for scalability of preservation systems Twitter 20140717    
27 D27.1 Recommendations on what should be considered when planning for a long term preservation syetem or service        


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22 D22.3 Find our demonstrator with PI systems for digital objects and actors here: Twitter 20140702    
22 D22.3 the IF model tries to overcome the current fragmented situation of the PI practices in order to create some concrete benefits for the final users of the PI systems:        
31 D31.1 link        
31 D31.1 What is DRM? (Section 1.7)        
31 D31.1 How can digital rights ultimately be safeguareded on a permanent basis? Twitter 2014-10-27    
31 D31.1 How are DRM and digital rights handled within the long-term preservation community? Facebook+Twitter 2014-05-27    
31 D31.1 What are the result of the survey on how the community hndles DRM protected materials.        
31 D31.1 A scale is introduced for the evaluation in order to make the DRM variants easier comparable, regardless of which file format. Twitter 2014-08-27    
31 D31.1 Any organization thinking about implementing a long-term preservation repository must think about preservation metadata Twitter 2014-09-25    
31 D31.1 It is more efficient to use different kinds of viewers, players and readers in parallel if needed in case of different file types, than to invest in one tool that can do it all.        
31 D31.1 Usage rights definitions should be simplified and streamlined. Twitter 2014-08-25    
35 D35.1 - link        
35 D35.1 What is "data policy" and why do we need those? Twitter 2014-05-28    
35 D35.1 What kind of issues should be covered in data policies? Twitter 2014-09-26    
35 D35.1 What is the institutions' level of preparedness for interoperable governance and data policies?        
35 D35.1 What recommendations do we give for governance structures and data policies? Twitter 2014-06-26; 20140702    

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