Public Deliverables from SHAMAN Project

  • SHAMAN Reference Architecture (Final Version - Update Year 4)

    This Document is the final version of the SHAMAN Reference Architecture, updated with findings from the 4th year of the project.

    The SHAMAN Reference Architecture is an Enterprise Architecture-based approach that enables the accommodation of digital preservation concerns in the overall architecture of an organisation. For that, a capability-based model of preservation based on established digital preservation key references and best-practices from related fields was derived from research on the stakeholders of the domain, their concerns, goals, and influencers (drivers and constraints). The result is a general understanding of the domain, providing a multidimensional view on the concepts covered on these key references. The approach taken with this reference architecture enables the transfer of DP know-how into a non-traditional repository-based DP scenario, since it is itself agnostic to concrete scenarios. In other words, this capability-based approach can deliver value to organizations in which the preservation of contents is not a main business requirement, but required to enable actual delivery of value in the primary business

  • Industrial Digital Preservation Technologies with SHAMAN (D17.3)

    This deliverable is aimed at the industrial stakeholders who are likely to be interested in the DP future uptake and related market information, which has been created within SHAMAN Project context.

    It comprises outputs from market analyses of the SHAMAN competitive scenario assessing main actors, organisational and sustainability models, as well as threats and opportunities foreseen in deploying a DP products and services offering for this targeted domain.

  • Plan for using and disseminating knowledge beyond the scientific/academic communities (D17.2 -IV))

    This D17.2 is the 4th annual update of the Exploitation and Dissemination Plans aimed at those these groups of stakeholders who are likely to be interested in the future usage of SHAMAN enabled products and services to fulfill their requirements for long term management of digital assets.

  • Digital Preservation in Scientific & Academic Communities with SHAMAN (D16.3)

    This deliverable is aimed at the scientific stakeholders who are likely to be interested in the DP future uptake and related market information, which has been created within SHAMAN Project context.

    The document comprises outputs from market analyses of the SHAMAN competitive scenario assessing main actors, organisational and sustainability models, as well as threats and opportunities foreseen in deploying a DP products and services offering for this targeted domain.

  • Report on third set of SHAMAN training course (D15.5)

    This document reports on the training activities within the ISP3 trainning session event and results. The training session was designed to disseminate the potential of the SHAMAN framework for digital preservation in the context of e-science institutions and for the research and development community.

  • Report on second set of SHAMAN training coursesn (D15.4)

    This document reports on the training activities within the ISP2 event and results; whic was designed to disseminate the potential of the SHAMAN framework for digital preservation in the context of Industrial Design and Engineering, mainly aimed at manufacturing companies and industrial designers.

  • Report on the first set of SHAMAN training courses (D15.3)

    This document reports on the design, organisation and delivery of the first SHAMAN training event, which was held on February 1st, 2011 in Frankfurt, Germany, jointly organized with nestor, the German competence network for digital preservation, and hosted by the German National Library.

  • Report on Demonstration and Evaluation Activity in the Domain of “Industrial Design and Engineering” (D14.3)

    This deliverable, D14.3, reports the results of the demonstration and evaluation of the further work on the development of digital preservation applications for industrial design and engineering.

  • Semantic Annotations and Collaborative Modelling (D7.3)

    SHAMAN Deliverable 7.3 addresses methodologies in support of Semantic Annotations and Collaborative Modelling.

    The deliverable focuses on the Industrial Design and Engineering Domain, in association with SHAMAN ISP2, (Integration & Demonstrator Subproject 2).

  • SHAMAN Reference Architecture

    The SHAMAN Reference Architecture is an Enterprise Architecture-based approach that enables the accommodation of digital preservation concerns in the overall architecture of an organisation. For that, a capability-based model of preservation based on established digital preservation key references and best-practices from related fields was derived from research on the stakeholders of the domain, their concerns, goals, and influencers (drivers and constraints). The result is a general understanding of the domain, providing a multidimensional view on the concepts covered on these key references. The approach taken with this reference architecture enables the transfer of DP know-how into a non-traditional repository-based DP scenario, since it is itself agnostic to concrete scenarios. In other words, this capability-based approach can deliver value to organizations in which the preservation of contents is not a main business requirement, but required to enable actual delivery of value in the primary business.

  • SHAMAN Implementation of Templates to Manage the Ingest Workflow (D6.3)

    SHAMAN Implementation of Templates to Manage the Ingest Workflow (Deliverable 6.3) primarily holds the software based on the Xeproc© Domain-Specific Language.

    Xeproc© technology lets one define and design document processes while producing an abstract representation that is independent of the implementation. These representations capture the intent behind the workflow and can be preserved for reuse in future unknown infrastructures.

    Xeproc© is available under Eclipse Public Licence. In addition, D6.3 includes dedicated XML document processing components accessible as web services.

  • Demonstration of Distributed Ingestion for Memory Institutions (D 11.2 )

    This document describes the components of two demonstrators for the Integration & Demonstrator Subproject 1 which focuses on memory institutions.

    They are prototypical archiving systems which demonstrate distributed ingest systems within selected application scenarios. The main audience at present consists of people who are interested in the early SHAMAN developments and who have a basic knowledge of digital preservation. The demonstrators will be further refined and merged in the course of the project. A demonstrator is publicly accessible on the SHAMAN website.

  • Report on Demonstration and Evaluation activity in the domain of "Memory Institutions" (D 14.2)

    Report on Demonstration and Evaluation activity in the domain of "Memory Institutions"; which was designed to demonstrate the potential of the SHAMAN framework for digital preservation in the context of Memory Institutions.

  • SHAMAN Training Plan (D 15.2)

    SHAMAN Training Plan reports on the objectives of the Training Plan within the context of the SHAMAN project, detailing on the activities, methodologies and the schedule of the main operational aspects of training activities to be performed within the project lifecycle.

  • Plan for Using and Disseminating Knowledge beyond the Scientific Communities (D.17.2 - Year 3)

    Deliverable D17.2 is by design a live document, which is updated, enriched and expanded on a yearly basis along the Project lifecycle.

    In other words, the initial operational conception and programming of activities is periodically enhanced and refined according to the progress of the project and the evolution of the scenarios where the Plans are to be applied.

    This third annual update is aimed at those groups of stakeholders who are likely to be interested in the future usage of SHAMAN enabled products and services to fulfill their requirements for long term management of digital assets.

  • SHAMAN Implementation of Templates to Manage the Ingest Workflow (D6.3)

    SHAMAN Implementation of Templates to Manage the Ingest Workflow (Deliverable 6.3) primarily holds the software based on the Xeproc© Domain-Specific Language.

    Xeproc© technology lets one define and design document processes while producing an abstract representation that is independent of the implementation. These representations capture the intent behind the workflow and can be preserved for reuse in future unknown infrastructures.

    Xeproc© is available under Eclipse Public Licence. In addition, D6.3 includes dedicated XML document processing components accessible as web services.

  • Future of Digital Preservation (DP) Research & Impact Networking Session Agenda at ICT 2010

    The Networking Session "How to secure digital preservation resources, solutions, services, infrastructures in the information society? Future of Digital Preservation (DP) Research & Impact Networking Session" will be held on September 28th, 2010 from 9h to 10:30h. It will present how the prosperity of future generations is linked to ensuring that today’s digital assets will be accessible tomorrow.

    The ICT event is a biennial forum for research and innovation organised by the EC. Under the theme "Digitally Driven" the forum will be held in Brussels between 27 and 29 of September 2010 and will present latest research trends in information and communication technologies, and will gather potential research and business partners.

  • SHAMAN Requirements Analysis Report (public version) and Specification of the SHAMAN Assessment Framework and Protocol (SHAMAN D1.2)

    In Part 1, a set of requirements for each of the three SHAMAN Domains of Focus (memory institutions, industrial design and engineering segments, and e-science - DoFs) which support the derivation of fundamental cross-domain requirements has been presented. In Part 2, an assessment framework for the SHAMAN project is described and an initial set of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for the whole project, for individual work packages and for outputs is described.

  • Dissemination Plan (SHAMAN D16.2 )

    SHAMAN's dissemination and exploitation plans aiming at actively foster outreach and take-up of results that will be tailored according to the specific needs of the scientific / academic world and of industry users.

  • Specification Reference Architecture (SHAMAN D2.3)

    The document identifies high-level features required by a preservation system. These include those found in the OAIS, as well as additional features not present in the OAIS

  • Plan for Disseminating and Exploiting Knowledge beyond Scientific & Academic Communities (SHAMAN D17.2)

    This document presents the interlinked group of Dissemination & Exploitation activities along the SHAMAN Project lifecycle.

  • Functional SHAMAN Portal (SHAMAN D17.1)

    This deliverable comprises the functionalities for the so called the SHAMAN Portal, which is one of the “SHAMAN project dissemination vehicles”

  • Functional SHAMAN Web Site (SHAMAN D16.1)

    This deliverable comprises the functionalities and description for the SHAMAN website, which is conceived as a fast and light public communication channel for SHAMAN project.

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