Accepted Papers

The following papers have so far been accepted and will be presented on the second day of the conference:

  • "Challenges and issues relating to the use of Representation Information for the digital curation of Crystallography and Engineering data" Manjula Patel and Alexander Ball (Digital Curation Centre and UKOLN, University of Bath, UK)
  • "Toward distributed infrastructures for digital preservation: the roles of collaboration and trust" Michael Day (Digital Curation Centre and UKOLN, University of Bath, UK)
  • "Sustaining Engineering Informatics: Toward Methods and Metrics for Digital Curation" Joshua Lubell, Sudarsan Rachuri, Eswaran Subrahmanian and Mahesh Mani (Manufacturing Systems Integration Division, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg MD, USA)
  • "Migration Performance for Legacy Data Access" Kam Woods and Geoffrey Brown (Department of Computer Science, Indiana University, USA)
  • "Long-Time Preservation of Data sets Results of the DareLux project" Eugène Dürr (Utrecht University and Euformatics), Kees van der Meer (Delft University of Technology Faculty EWI), Wim Luxemburg (Delft University of Technology Faculty of Civil Engineering, CITG), and Ronald Dekker (Delft University Library)
  • "Towards a Theory of Digital Preservation" Reagan Moore (San Diego Supercomputer Center, San Diego CA, USA)
  • "Evolving a Network of Networks: The Experience of Partnerships in the National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program" Martha Anderson (The Library of Congress, Office of Strategic Initiatives, USA)
  • "Surveying Bloggers' Perspectives on Digital Preservation: Methodological Issues" Laura Sheble, Songphan Choemprayong and Carolyn Hank (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, USA)
  • "SCOPE - A Scientific Compound Object Publishing and Editing System" Kwok Cheung, Jane Hunter, Anna Lashtabeg and John Drennan (The University of Queensland St Lucia, Queensland, Australia)
  • "Moving Archival Practices Upstream: An Exploration of the Life Cycle of Ecological Sensing Data in Collaborative Field Research" Jillian C. Wallis (Center for Embedded Networked Sensing, University of California, Los Angeles, USA), and Christine L. Borgman, Matthew S. Mayernik and Alberto Pepe (Department of Information Studies Graduate School of Education & Information Studies, University of California, Los Angeles, USA)
  • "Defining File Format Obsolescence: a risky journey" David Pearson and Colin Webb (Web Archiving and Digital Preservation Branch, National Library of Australia, Canberra, Australia)
  • "Digital Data Practices and the Long Term Ecological Research Program" Helena Karasti (Department of Information Processing Science, University of Oulu, Finland), Karen S. Baker (Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego, USA), and Katharina Schleidt (Department Data and Diagnoses, Umweltbundesamt, Austria)
  • "Data Documentation Initiative: Towards a Standard for the Social Sciences" Mary Vardigan, Pascal Heus and Wendy Thomas (ICPSR/University of Michigan, USA)

Note: Details about posters and demonstrations are also available.

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