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Database Preservation Workshop

Original Event Webpage: www.nesc.ac.uk/esi/events/763/

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- 09:00 - Database Preservation Workshop Introduction. Vassilis Christophides PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.17 MB)
- 09:15 - Step Toward a Theory of Information Preservation. Giorgos Flouris and Carlo Meghini PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.50 MB)
- 09:45 - A Fresh Look at the Reliability of Long-Term Digital Storage. Mema Roussolpoulos Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (0.36 MB)
- 10:15 - Engineering Issues in the Preservation of Databases. David Rosenthal Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (0.18 MB)
- 10:45 - Database Watermarking: Protection by Alteration. David Gross-Amblard Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (1.83 MB)
- 11:30 - Why Current Databse Technology Does Not Support Preservation. Peter Buneman PowerPoint Format [PPT] (1.83 MB)
- 11:45 - Management of the Evolution of Database-Centric Information Systems. Panos Vassiliadis, George Papastefanatos, et al PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.52 MB)
- 12:00 - Long-term Archiving of Relational Databases with Chronos. Stefan Brandl and Peter Keller-Marxer Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (0.61 MB)
- 12:15 - Data Warehouses in the Path from Databases to Archives. Gabriel David PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.66 MB)
- 12:30 - Sustainable Data - Data Representation by Standardised Information Models. Norman Swindells PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.18 MB)
- 14:30 - Practical Citation in a World of Evolving Data. John A. Kunze PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.10 MB)
- 15:00 - Prserving the Imperfect. Kevin Ashley PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.49 MB)
- 16:00 - Data Preservation: It's a People Problem. Michael Lesk Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (0.10 MB)
- 16:45 - Promoting Trusted Digital Repositories to Support Database Preservation. W. Christopher Lenhardt PowerPoint Format [PPT] (3.62 MB)
- 17:00 - Legal Awareness on Database Preservation. Katerina Tsakona Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (0.24 MB)
- 17:30 - MIXED: Migration to Intermediate XML for Electronic Data. Dirk Roorda PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.47 MB)
- 18:00 - $2B of Irradiation Data from the '50s, Archived in an Incoherent DBMS. Jonathan Bard PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.37 MB)
- 18:15 - Position Paper. Rolf Lang PowerPoint Format [PPT] (1.78 MB)
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