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Title: A Biological Perspective on Digital Ecosystems and Digital Preservation
Authors: Pocklington, Michael
Eggers, Anna-Grit
Corubolo, Fabio
Hedges, Mark
Ludwig, Jens
Darányi, Sándor
Editors: Coates, Serena
King, Ross
Knight, Steve
Lee, Christopher
McKinney, Peter
O'Meara, Erin
Pearson, David
Department: University of Borås. Swedish School of Library and Information Science
Issue Date: 2014
Citation: Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Digital Preservation, 6-10 October, 2014, Melbourne, Australia
ISBN: 978-0-642-27881-4
Pages: 363-365
Media type: text
Publication type: conference poster
Keywords: digital preservation
digital ecosystem
biological ecosystem
significant environment information
niche
interaction map
complex digital objects
significant properties
preservation strategies and workflows
sheer curation
Subject Category: Subject categories::Social Sciences::Computer and Information Science
Area of Research: digital preservation
digital ecosystems
digital genomics
Strategic Research Area: Library and information science
Abstract: Successful preservation of Digital Objects (DOs) ultimately demands a solid theoretical framework. Such a framework with a high degree of generality emerges by treating DOs as containers of functional genetic information, exactly as in the genomes of organisms. We observe that functionality links survival in organisms and utility in DOs. In both cases, functional information is identifiable in principle by the consequence of its ablation. In molecular biology, genetic ablations (mutations) and environmental ablations (experimental manipulations) are used to construct interaction maps fully representing organismic activity. The equivalent of such interaction maps are dependency networks for the use of DOs within their Digital Environment (DE). In the poster we will present early work on the application of the theoretical background. It includes first results from a case-study examining a software-based art preservation scenario (SBA) developed as part of the PERICLES FP7 project [1].
Sponsorship: European Commission Seventh Framework Programme under Grant Agreement Number FP7- 601138 PERICLES.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2320/14697
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