Recovery of a Digital Image Collection Through the SDSC/UMD/NARA Prototype Persistent Archive

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2003-11-25
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Smorul, Mike
JaJa, Joseph
McCall, Fritz
Brown, Susan Fitch
Moore, Reagan
Marciano, Richard
Chen, Sheau-Yen
Lopez, Rick
Chadduck, Robert
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The San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC), the University of Maryland, and the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) are collaborating on building a pilot persistent archive using and extending data grid and digital library technologies. The current prototype consists of node servers at SDSC, University of Maryland, and NARA, connected through the Storage Request Broker (SRB) data grid middleware, and currently holds several terabytes of NARA selected collections. In particular, a historically important image collection that was on the verge of becoming inaccessible was fully restored and ingested into our pilot system. In this report, we describe the methodology behind our approach to fully restore this image collection and the process used to ingest it into the prototype persistent archive. (UMIACS-TR-2003-105)
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