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 dg.o2005 DIGARCH PIs meeting  

These presentations were offered May 17, 2005 at the PIs meeting for the NSF Digital Archiving Program, held at dg.o2005, the 6th National Conference on Digital Government Research.

Planning a Globally Accessible Archive of MODIS Data (download: .ppt | .pdf)
Micah Beck ()
Logistical Computing and Internetworking Lab, Computer Science Department, University of Tennessee

Managing the Lifetime of Versions in Digital Archives (download: .ppt | .pdf)
Randal C. Burns ()
Johns Hopkins University

Incentives for Data Producers to Create 'Archive-Ready' Data Sets (download: .ppt| .pdf)
Margararet Hedstrom ()
School of Information, University of Michigan

Robust Technologies for Automated Ingestion and Long-Term Preservation of Digital Information (download: .ppt| .pdf)
Joseph JaJa ()
Institute for Advanced Computer Studies, University of Maryland at College Park

Preserving Video Objects and Context (download: .ppt| .pdf)
Gary Marchionini ()
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Multi-Institution Testbed for Scalable Digital Archiving (download: .ppt | .pdf)
Stephen Miller ()
Scripps Institution for Oceanography

Shared Infrastructure Preservation Models (download: .ppt| .pdf)
Michael L. Nelson () and Johan Bollen
Old Dominion University

Digital Preservation Lifecycle Management Building - a demonstration prototype for the preservation of large-scale multi-media collections (download: .ppt| .pdf)
Arcot Rajasekar ()
San Diego Supercomputer Center, University of California, San Diego

Investigating Data Provenance in the Context of New Product Design and Development (download: .ppt)
Sudha Ram ()
Department of MIS, University of Arizona

Digital Engineering Archives (download: .ppt| .pdf)
William C. Regli (
Department of Computer Science, College of Engineering, Drexel University