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  • APARSEN defines four topics of DP in which it undertakes research of state of the art and gap analysis: Trust Sustainability Usability Acess
  • Silvio Salza
  • Aparsen panel on trust at ipres 2012

    1. 1. Co-funded by the European Union under FP7-ICT-2009-6Panel on “TRUST”iPRES 2012, TorontoOctober 3 2012, 13:30 – 15:00 Co-ordinated byaparsen.eu
    2. 2. Co-funded by the European Union under FP7-ICT-2009-6 PanelChair: Peter Doorn, DANSTopic introduction: René van Horik, DANSThe Panel: Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina Seamus Ross, University of Toronto Silvio Salza, Univeristy of Rome Maurizio Lunghi, Rinascimento Digitale Andreas Rauber, Technical University, Vienna APARSEN & Trust Panel at iPRES 2012 Toronto October 3 2012 aparsen.e
    3. 3. Co-funded by the European Union under FP7-ICT-2009-6 Program1. Short introduction on APARSEN & Trust2. Topic 1 Audit & Certification – Topic introduction – Discussion1. Topic 2 Data Quality – Topic introduction – Discussion1. Topic 3 Authenticity – Topic introduction – Discussion1. Concluding remarks / Wrap up APARSEN & Trust Panel at iPRES 2012 Toronto October 3 2012 aparsen.e
    4. 4. Co-funded by the European Union under FP7-ICT-2009-6 What is APARSEN?• A Network of Excellence in digital preservation• Funded by European Commission – 7th Framework Programme — Digital Libraries and Digital Preservation• Runs January 2011 to December 2014 (4 years)• 31 Partners from 13 countries• Leading to a “Virtual Centre of Excellence”• Coordinated by Science and Technology Facilities Council (UK) APARSEN & Trust Panel at iPRES 2012 Toronto October 3 2012 aparsen.e
    5. 5. aparsen.eu #APARSENNetwork of Excellence
    6. 6. Co-funded by the European Union under FP7-ICT-2009-6 Approach of APARSEN TRUST SUSTAIN USABILITY ACCESS ABILITY Stream 1 Integration Stream 2 Technical research Stream 3Non-technical research Stream 4 Sustainable uptake APARSEN & Trust Panel at iPRES 2012 Toronto October 3 2012 aparsen.e
    7. 7. Co-funded by the European Union under FP7-ICT-2009-6Brochure on Trust APARSEN & Trust Panel at iPRES 2012 Toronto October 3 2012 aparsen.e
    8. 8. Co-funded by the European Union under FP7-ICT-2009-6Project deliverables APARSEN & Trust Panel at iPRES 2012 Toronto October 3 2012 aparsen.e
    9. 9. Co-funded by the European Union under FP7-ICT-2009-6 APARSEN research papers @ iPRES 2012- Interoperability Framework for Persistent Identifiers systemsMaurizio Lunghi, Emanuele Bellini, Chiara Cirinnà, Barbara Bazzanella, PaoloBouquet, David Giaretta and René van Horik- Authenticity Management in Long Term Digital Preservation of Medical RecordsSilvio Salza and Mariella Guercio- Conversion and Emulation-aware Dependency Reasoning for Curation ServicesYannis Tzitzikas, Yannis Marketakis and Yannis Kargakis- Curating the Specificity of Metadata while World Models EvolveYannis Tzitzikas, Anastasia Analyti and Mary Kampouraki- On the Applicability of Workflow Management Systems for the Preservation ofBusiness ProcessesStefan Proell, Rudolf Mayer and Andreas Rauber- From cataloguing to digital curation: the role of libraries in data exchangeSusan K. Reilly APARSEN & Trust Panel at iPRES 2012 Toronto October 3 2012 aparsen.e
    10. 10. Co-funded by the European Union under FP7-ICT-2009-6 Topic 1: Audit & Certification• “European Framework for Audit & Certification of Digital Repositories”• Basic Certification -> Data Seal of Approval• Extended Certification -> Self-audit based on ISO 16363 DIN 31644• Formal Certification -> Full external audit and certification based on ISO 16363 DIN 31644• www.trusteddigitalrepository.eu APARSEN & Trust Panel at iPRES 2012 Toronto October 3 2012 aparsen.e
    11. 11. Co-funded by the European Union under FP7-ICT-2009-6 Discussion• Statement 1: Formal accredited auditors are required to assess the trustworthiness of a digital repository.• Statement 2: An integrated (European) framework for Audit and Certification is essential to coordinate all activities in the field of audit and certification of digital repositories. APARSEN & Trust Panel at iPRES 2012 Toronto October 3 2012 aparsen.e
    12. 12. Co-funded by the European Union under FP7-ICT-2009-6Topic 2 Data Quality APARSEN & Trust Panel at iPRES 2012 Toronto October 3 2012 aparsen.e
    13. 13. Co-funded by the European Union under FP7-ICT-2009-6Key points, concerning peer review of data • Scientists recognize that accessibility of data is a precondition for peer review of it. • In principle, reviewers and editors find it preferable for data to be peer reviewed but many reservations exist about its feasibility. • Scientists fear that reviewing data in the course of the peer review process is not practical due to the amount of work and time involved, and that peer review might grind to a halt. • Scientists have a positive attitude towards innovative publication strategies of research data and welcome greater clarity regarding the re-use of their data. • Scientists are sceptical about obligatory measures of data management, since they fear bureaucracy. APARSEN & Trust Panel at iPRES 2012 Toronto October 3 2012 aparsen.e
    14. 14. Co-funded by the European Union under FP7-ICT-2009-6 Statements:Statement 1. “The best way to determine the quality ofresearch data is by creating reviewing systems”Statement 2: “Publications enhanced with data give the bestguarantee for the quality assurance of research results” APARSEN & Trust Panel at iPRES 2012 Toronto October 3 2012 aparsen.e
    15. 15. Co-funded by the European Union under FP7-ICT-2009-6 Topic 3: AuthenticityPresentation by Silvio Salzo APARSEN & Trust Panel at iPRES 2012 Toronto October 3 2012 aparsen.e
    16. 16. Co-funded by the European Union under FP7-ICT-2009-6Authenticity: the key issues“The degree of authenticity is judged on the basis of evidence” [OAIS (2012 version] Key issue : collecting the appropriate evidence Understand: – When evidence should be collected – Which evidence should be collected – How to structure and preserve it APARSEN & Trust Panel at iPRES 2012 Toronto October 3 2012 16 aparsen.e
    17. 17. Co-funded by the European Union under FP7-ICT-2009-6 The APARSEN contributionAPARSEN methodology for the management ofauthenticity of a Digital Resource (DR): – Formal authenticity model: represent the DR lifecycle and the management of authenticity – Operational guidelines: guide the process of instantiating the model in a specific environment – Case studies: tune the methodology and test its effectiveness in a variety of environments APARSEN & Trust Panel at iPRES 2012 Toronto October 3 2012 17 aparsen.e
    18. 18. Co-funded by the European Union under FP7-ICT-2009-6 The digital resource lifecycle PRE-INGEST PHASE LTDP PHASE LTDP KEEPING SYSTEM SYSTEM LTDP SYSTEMCREATION KEEPING LTDP SYSTEM SYSTEM AGGREGATE APARSEN & Trust Panel at iPRES 2012 Toronto October 3 2012 18 aparsen.e
    19. 19. Co-funded by the European Union under FP7-ICT-2009-6 Key points of the model Encompassing to the whole lifecycle: before and after preservation begins Core Events: transformations that affect the DR authenticity Event templates: specify: − Controls that should be performed − Authenticity evidence to be collected Authenticity Evidence Records: − authenticity evidence for a given event − provides a basis for interoperability APARSEN & Trust Panel at iPRES 2012 Toronto October 3 2012 19 aparsen.e
    20. 20. Co-funded by the European Union under FP7-ICT-2009-6 Discussion• Statement 1. “There is no set of information items that are sufficient for establishing the authenticity of a digital object (in a generic case)”• Statement 2: “If something is changed during the lifecycle of a digital object that change should be documented as evidence” APARSEN & Trust Panel at iPRES 2012 Toronto October 3 2012 aparsen.e

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