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BagIt Library

BagIt is a hierarchical file packaging format for storage and transfer of standardized digital packages called “bags”. Descriptive tags and a payload (arbitrary content) is associated with each bag. This format works for disk or network-based storage and transfer procedures.

Library of congress
Open Source
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Scrapy

An open source and collaborative framework for extracting the data you need from websites. In a fast, simple, yet extensible way.

Scrapy developers
Open Source
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SPIN Rule Engine

This is a RESTful wrapper around the TopQuadrant SPIN API that executes SPIN rule inference on provided models.

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Computer System Ontology Design Pattern (ODP)

The pattern intends to model computer systems based on a hardware/software approach. This pattern has been developed by MKLab at CERTH/ITI and Tate for the PERICLES FP7 project.

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Digital Video Ontology Design Pattern (ODP)

The pattern intends to model digital video files, their components and other associated entities, such as codecs and containers. This pattern has been developed by MKLab at CERTH/ITI for the PERICLES FP7 project.

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Policy Ontology Design Pattern (ODP)

The pattern intends to model policies, their characteristics and their associated entities, such as processes and agents. This pattern has been developed by MKLab at CERTH/ITI and the University of Liverpool for the PERICLES FP7 project.

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Born-Digital Archives Ontology Design Pattern (ODP)

The pattern intends to model the domain of born digital archives. This pattern has been developed by MKLab at CERTH/ITI for the PERICLES FP7 project.

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Born-Digital Archives Domain Ontology (BDA)

The BDA ontology models the domain of born-digital archives. SBA was created by the Information Technologies Institute (ITI) of the Centre for Research & Technology Hellas (CERTH), within the EU-funded PERICLES FP7 project.

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Software-Based Artworks Domain Ontology (SBA)

The SBA ontology models the domain of software-based artworks. SBA was created by the Information Technologies Institute (ITI) of the Centre for Research & Technology Hellas (CERTH), within the EU-funded PERICLES FP7 project.

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Digital Video Artworks Domain Ontology (DVA)

The DVA ontology models the domain of digital video artworks. DVA was created by the Information Technologies Institute (ITI) of the Centre for Research & Technology Hellas (CERTH), within the EU-funded PERICLES FP7 project.

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Protecting and Preserving Long-Term Digital Information for IT Professionals & Practitioners Webinar

How and why organizations are using digital preservation to ensure digital information with long-term value can be found, used and trusted into the future – and explains how digital preservation differs from other approaches such as back-ups, archiving and content management systems.

CoSA-Preservica
Open Access
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Introduction to Recordkeeping Continuum Thinking

A webinar as part of a meeting with Barbara Reed presenting the records continuum model and the theory behind it

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An introduction to OAIS

Introducing OAIS – Open Archival Information System

Open Access
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Introduction into digital archiving and preservation

An introductory glance at where preservation fits into the data lifecycle of research data, the reasons to preserve data and pros and cons of different preservation media.

Open Access
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Introduction to SALIC

A software toolbox designed for use and adaptation by machine learning researchers and developers working in the field of automated image annotation and classification.

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Things Change: Conservation and display of Time-based Media Art

TATE conservators explain a range of issues related to the challenges of conserving and displaying time-based media art

Patricia Falcao, Pip Laurenson, John McNeil, Simon Tegala
Open Access
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Introduction to Image Annotation

Introduction to the background of image annotation.

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Introduction to the PROPheT

PROPheT is a novel application that enables instance extraction and ontology population from Linked Open Data (LOD) sources, such as DBpedia and Europeana, through a user-friendly graphical user interface

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Ontology Development 101: A Guide to Creating Your First Ontology

To develop a deeper understanding of what ontologies are, how they work and how they are created, the following guide is an excellent place to start. Using ‘wine’ as a case study, it takes the reader through the steps (and approaches) associated with creating an ontology. As well as reading the guide, it is recommended […]

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Contextualised semantics – a background

An overview of the main issues involved in the annotation of digital objects as well as an appreciation of technologies to aid this process.