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IS & T Archiving Conference 2005

Il II convegno promosso dall'organizzazione internazionale Society for Imaging science and Technology, intende affrontare tutti gli aspetti e i vantaggi che la moderna tecnologia digitale offre alle istituzioni culturali, in particolare biblioteche e musei, quale strumento di riproduzione visiva per la catalogazione, la conservazione e il restauro di materiali archivistici, bibliografici e fotografici.  Numerosi i progetti e i casi studio che verranno presentati.


Mercoledì 27 aprile 2005
Keynote Session
General Chairs: Robert Buckley, Xerox Corp. and Franziska Frey, RIT
8:30 to 9:20 am
Welcome and Announcements
The View of Archiving from the Library of Congress
Deanna Marcum, Associate Librarian for Library Services, Library of Congress (USA)
Rethinking Repositories
Session Chair: Stephen Chapman
9:20 am to 12:00 pm
Curation and Preservation: Re-thinking Roles and Responsibilities in the Distributed Digital Environment
Sheila Anderson, King's College London
Paper Repositories: Developing a JSTOR Repository at the University of California
Roger C. Schonfeld, Ithaka (USA)
Digital Repository Planning and Policy
Lee Mandell and Sue Kriegsman, Harvard University Library (USA)
Building a Dark Archive in the Sunshine State: A Case Study
Priscilla Caplan, Florida Center for Library Automation (USA)
Long-Term Preservation of Complex Processes
Raymond A. Lorie¹ and Raymond J. van Diessen², ¹IBM Almaden Research Center (USA) and ²IBM Business Consulting Services (The Netherlands)
A Performance Model and Process for Preserving Digital Records for Long-term Access
Andrew C Wilson, National Archives of Australia (Australia)
Case Studies
Session Chair: Helen Tibbo, University of North Carolina (USA)
1:30 to 3:10 pm
Don't Forget the STAGES! Searching for Values in Digital Surrogates of Historical Photographs
Veronica Davis Perkins, Richard Butterworth, and Paul Curzon, Middlesex University, London (UK)
Photographs in Western Cape Museums (South Africa): Protecting the National Heritage.
Irvine A.C. Meyer, Cape Peninsula University of Technology (South Africa)
Designing Effective Retrieval Systems for Digital Archives of Historical Documents
Andy White, Centre for Media Research at the University of Ulster (Ireland)
Characterizing Web Archive Content
Andrew Boyko, Library of Congress (USA)
Design Strategies for a Prototype Electronic Preservation System for Biomedical Documents
Song Mao, Dharitri Misra, and George R. Thoma, National Library of Medicine (USA)
Hard Copy Permanence
Session Chair: Peter Adelstein, Image Permanence Institute, RIT (USA)
3:40 to 5:00 pm
The Fading Of Dye Based Inkjet Images -- Colorimetric Issues
Alan Hodgson¹ and Amanda M. Jackson², ¹Independent consultant and ²ILFORD Imaging UK Ltd (UK)
Stability of Acetate Film Base: Accelerated-Aging Data Revisited
Jean-Louis Bigourdan, Image Permanence Institute (IPI), Rochester Institute of Technology (USA)
IPI's Climate Notebook Software for Environmental Analysis
James M. Reilly, Image Permanence Institute, Rochester Institute of Technology (USA)
The Database of the St. Catherine’s Library Conservation Project in Sinai, Egypt
Athanasios Velios and Nicholas Pickwoad, Camberwell College of Arts (UK)

Giovedì 28 aprile 2005

Keynote Session
General Chairs: Robert Buckley, Xerox Corp. and Franziska Frey, RIT
8:30 to 9:10 am

Archiving, Stewardship, Curation: From the Personal to the Global Sphere
Clifford Lynch, Executive Director, Coalition for Networked Information (USA)
Session Chair: Sabine Süsstrunk, EPFL (Switzerland)
9:10 to 11:20 am
RIT American Museums Survey on Digital Imaging for Direct Capture of Artwork
Mitchell R. Rosen¹ and Franziska S. Frey², ¹Munsell Color Science Laboratory, Rochester Institute of Technology (USA) and ²School of Print Media, Rochester Institute of Technology (USA)
Experimental Evaluation of Museum Case Study Digital Camera Systems
Erin P. M. Smoyer, Lawrence A. Taplin, and Roy S. Berns, Munsell Color Science Laboratory, Rochester Institute of Technology (USA)
High-Accuracy Digital Imaging of Cultural Heritage without Visual Editing
Roy S. Berns, Lawrence A. Taplin, Mahdi Nezamabadi, Yonghui Zhao, and Yoshio Okumura, Munsell Color Science Laboratory, Rochester Institute of Technology (USA)
The Digital Paul Klee: A Case Study
Rudolf Gschwind¹ and Michael Baumgartner², ¹Imaging and Media Lab, University Basel (Switzerland) and ²Zentrum Paul Klee, Bern (Switzerland)
High Spatial Resolution and Bit Depth in Reformatting Projects: Supporting Varied Outputs and High Volume Throughput
Phil Michel and Carl Fleischhauer, Library of Congress (USA)
Image Workflow Session
Moderator: Simon Tanner, King's College London (UK)
11:20 am to 12:00 pm
Panel Discussion: Imaging Workflows, Reports from the Field
Chris Gallagher, Art Institute of Chicago; Erik Landsberg, MoMA; David Remington, Harvard College Library,
Digital Archiving -- Metadata
Session Chair: Robin Dale, RLG (USA)
1:30 to 3:10 pm
Design for the Long Term: Authenticity and Object Representation in the British Library's Digital Object Management System
Adam Farquhar, Vince Dooher, Sean Martin, and Richard Masters, The British Library (UK)
A Metadata Schema Registry for the Registration and Analysis of Recordkeeping and Preservation Metadata
Anne Gilliland-Swetland¹ and Sue McKemmish², ¹University of California, Los Angeles (USA) and ²Monash University (Australia)
PREservation Metadata: Implementation Strategies
Rebecca Guenther, Library of Congress (USA)
Portable Image Archiving: Annotation, Search and Data Retrieval
Vladimir Misic, Jim Kang, Ankur Teredesai, and Jordan Sissel, CS Department, Rochester Institute of Technology (USA)
Interactive Poster Session -- Spotlight Presentations
Session Chair: Scott Stovall, Government Printing Office (USA)
3:10 to 3:40 pm
An Open Source Tool for Migrating Digital Records for Long-term Preservation
Andrew C Wilson, National Archives of Australia (Australia)
The Brunel Collection: Piloting Digital Archiving
Kate Devlin, University of Bristol (UK)
A Study on a Viewing System for Museum Collections using High-Definition Images
Fumio Adachi, Takuzi Suzuki, and Kimiyoshi Miyata, National Museum of Japanese History (Japan)
Creating and Maintaining a Permanent Electronic Archives: The Maryland Experience
Edward C. Papenfuse, Jr., Maryland State Archives (USA)
Archiving City Goes Digital - Case Mikkeli, Finland
Osmo Palonen, Mikkeli Polytechnic (Finland)
Unified Still and Video Archiving and Distribution with JPEG 2000 & Arch-BEAM
Andrew Leung and Eisaburo Itakura, BEAM Group, Information Technologies Laboratories, Sony Corporation (Japan)
Extending the Gamut of Print Quality for Artists Ink Jet Printing
Paul Thirkell, Stephen Hoskins, and Carinna Parraman, Centre for Fine Print Research, University of the West of England (UK)
The Experience of Images Digitization at the National Palace Museum: The Digital Archives Project of Chinese Antiquities
C. Alan Cheung and Mei-li Yang, National Palace Museum (Taiwan R.O.C.and digital data of any kind with laser technology on microfilm)
Metadata structures in the ElkaD- Project
Sari Järn, Milla Roine, and Jani Salminen, Mikkeli Polytechnic (Finland)
When Form is Content: A User's Perspective from InterPARES
Bonnie Mak, School of Library, Archival, and Information Studies, University of British Columbia (Canada)
Capturing the Minds of Carolina
Helen R. Tibbo, Angela Bardeen, and Terrell Russell, University of North Carolina (USA)
Palette-Based Steganography used for Secure Digital Image Archiving
Sos S. Agaian, Benjamin M. Rodriguez, and Juan Pablo Perez, University of Texas at San Antonio (USA)
Secure Multilayer Database System for Digital Image Archiving
Sos S. Agaian, Okan Caglayan, and Natalie Granado, University of Texas at San Antonio (USA)
Joint Compression and Restoration of Documents with Bleed-through
Eric Dubois¹ and Patrick Dano², ¹University of Ottawa (Canada) and ²CIBC (Canada)
Water Damage Recovery of Digital and Traditional Prints
Peter Z. Adelstein, Daniel M. Burge, and Jannette Hanna, Image Permanence Institute (USA)
ECHO DEPository Project
Judith Cobb¹ , Taylor Surface¹ , Richard Pearce-Moses², Janet Eke***, ¹ OCLC, ²Arizona State Library and Archives and ³University of Illinois (USA)
Survey of Environmental Conditions Relative to Display of Photographs in Consumer Homes -- Phase II
Douglas Bugner, Joseph LaBarca, Jon Kapecki, Robert Willard, Thomas Kaltenbach, Jonathan Phillips, and Adam Bush, Eastman Kodak Company (USA)
Exploring Strategies for Digital Preservation for DSpace@Cambridge
Jim Downing¹ and Grace Carpenter², ¹Cambridge University Library, DSpace@Cambridge and ²MIT Libraries, DSpace@Cambridge (USA)
Metadata Extraction from Office Documents
William Stumbo and John Handley, Xerox Corporation (USA)
Continuous Archiving of Personal Digital Photograph Collections with an Ontology based MPEG-7 Dozen Dimensional Digital Content Architecture
Pei-Jeng Kuo, Terumasa Aoki, and Hiroshi Yasuda, Yasuda-Aoki Laboratory, The University of Tokyo (Japan)
Moving Beyond Manual Media Migration
James Lindner, Media Matters LLC (USA)
ArchiveLaser Project: Accurate Long-term Storage of Analog Originals and Digital Data with Laser Technology on Color Preservation Microfilm
Andreas Hofmann, Fraunhofer Institute (Germany)
The Ending of Digital Obsolescence
Michael C. Maxwell and Ken Quick, Affiliated Computer Services, Inc. (USA)
Interactive Poster Display Session
Session Chair: Scott Stovall, Government Printing Office (USA)
3:40 to 5:30 pm
Venerdì 29 aprile  2005
Keynote Session
General Chairs: Robert Buckley, Xerox Corp. and Franziska Frey, RIT
8:30 to 9:10 am
Real Time, Deep Time, Life Time - Spanning Digital and Traditional Collections Life Cycles
Helen Shenton, British Library (UK)
Focal Session
Session Chair: Larry Masinter, Adobe Systems (USA)
9:10 to 10:00 am
Risk Analysis for Digital Library Materials
Deborah Woodyard, Woodyard-Robinson Holdings Ltd (New Zealand)
PASS: Picture Archiving ad Sharing Standard for Consumers
Ben Gibson, Eastman Kodak Company
Formats for Digital Archiving
Session Chair: Melitte Buchman, New York University (USA)
10:30 to 11:50 am
Digital Formats: Factors for Sustainability, Functionality, and Quality.
Caroline Arms and Carl Fleischhauer, Library of Congress (USA)
Microfilm: A Preservation Technology for the 21st Century?
Stephen Chapman, Harvard University Library (USA)
An Evaluation of Motion JPEG 2000 for Video Archiving
Glenn Pearson and Michael Gill, The National Library of Medicine / NIH / HHS (USA)
Migration: Methods and Tools
Session Chair: Steve Puglia, National Archives and Records Administration (USA)
1:30 to 3:20 pm
Keeping the Bits in Place: A Case Study on Migration of Raster Image Data
Jacob J. Nadal, Craig Preservation Lab, Indiana University Libraries (USA)
Migration of Photo CD Image Files
Peter D. Burns, Edward J. Giorgianni, Thomas E. Madden, Don Williams, Eastman Kodak Company (USA)
Image Preservation Through PDF/A
Frank L. Walker and George R. Thoma, National Library of Medicine (USA)
Digital Archival Tomorrow a Foresight
Lukas Rosenthaler and Rudolf Gschwind, Imaging & Media Lab, University of Basel (Switzerland)