Digital patterns for heritage and data preservation standards
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- Studies in Computational Intelligence, 2015, 595 pp. 47 - 59
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© Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2015. This research covers the digital preservation concept and the terms around this definition. According to this contextualization it is related with the management of data in the different fields but with the same issues and concerns. The appropriate way to keep information through the time is with preservation parameters. The managing of massive amounts of critical data involves designing, modeling, processing and implementation of accurate system. The methods for the treatment of data have to consider two dimensions that this chapter has focused: access dimension and cognitive dimension. Both of them have relevance to get results because at the same time, ensure the correct data preservation. On the other side data management has to consider digital resources and digital artefacts and how they affect the process of preservation. In this chapter there are approaches with other authors referencing current and future studies. This chapter has been organized as follow. First in the introduction we can find ideas about the types of data in the different fields nowadays. Second, the main part, the proposal of methods in reference with other authors. Finally the conclusions and future projects based on the findings. This study focus on the development of framework, beginning with the methodology and projected through the application of specific patterns such a model for sustainable solution.
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