Titel (eng): Towards Support for Long-Term Digital Preservation in Product Life Cycle Management: Paper - iPRES 2009 - San Francisco

Autor: Wilkes, Wolfgang
Heidbrink, Hans-Ulrich
Hemmje, Matthias
Hundsdörfer, Andreas
Heutelbeck, Dominic
Brunsmann, Jörg

Beschreibung (eng): Important legal and economic motivations exist for the design and engineering industry to address and integrate digital long-term preservation into product life cycle management (PLM). Investigations revealed that it is not sufficient to archive only the product design data which is created in early PLM phases, but preservation is needed for data that is produced during the entire product lifecycle including early and late phases. Data that is relevant for preservation consists of requirements analysis documents, design rationale, data that reflects experiences during product operation and also metadata like social collaboration context. In addition, also the engineering environment itself that contains specific versions of all tools and services is a candidate for preservation. This paper takes a closer look at engineering preservation use case scenarios as well as PLM characteristics and workflows that are relevant for long-term preservation. Resulting requirements for a long-term preservation system lead to an OAIS (Open Archival Information System) based system architecture and a proposed preservation service interface that respects the needs of the engineering industry.

Sprache des Objekts: Englisch

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Klassifikation: iPRES, San Francisco

Conferences, Conference 2009

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