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New Technology of Library and Information Service  2008, Vol. 24 Issue (1): 61-68    DOI: 10.11925/infotech.1003-3513.2008.01.07
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Preservation Planning in the OAIS Model
STEPHAN STRODL    ANDREAS RAUBER
Institute of Software Technology and Interactive Systems, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
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Abstract  

The OAIS model has gained widespread acceptance as the fundamental design reference model for an archival system by the digital library community. One of its core entities is Preservation Planning, for which central functional entities are given yet without every detail breaking down into activities requirements. The Planets Preservation Planning approach addresses this by providing a way to make informed and accountable decisions on which preservation strategy to implement in order to most suitably preserve digital objects for a given preservation context. It allows the explicit definition of requirements and goals and offers a systematic way to evaluate preservation strategies.
This paper shows the implementation of the Develop Preservation Strategies and Standards function of the OAIS model through the Planets Preservation Planning approach. Moreover, the paper examines the information flows within the OAIS Preservation Planning entity and with other functional entities with respect to the Planets model.

Key wordsPreservation planning      OAIS mode      Preservation strategy      Strategy revision     
Published: 25 January 2008
Corresponding Authors: STEPHAN STRODL     E-mail: strod@ifs.tuwien.ac.at
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STEPHAN STRODL,ANDREAS RAUBER. Preservation Planning in the OAIS Model. New Technology of Library and Information Service, 2008, 24(1): 61-68.

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