Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

S. Strodl, R. Mayer, A. Rauber, A. Draws:
"Digital Preservation of a Process and its Application to e-Science Experiments";
Talk: iPRES2013 - 10th International Conference on Preservation of Digital Objects, Lisbon, Portugal; 2013-09-02 - 2013-09-06; in: "iPRES 2013: proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Preservation of Digital Objects", Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, 1 (2013), ISBN: 978-972-565-493-4; 128 - 135.

English abstract:
The increase in computationally intensive science (called e-
science) drives the need to make scienti c processes available
for the long term. The current approach is often to archive
only the resulting publications, and at very most the data
sets, of scienti c experiments, which is insu cient in ex-
perimental and data intensive science. The preservation of
scienti c experiments and their results enables others to re-
produce and verify the results as well as build on the result of
earlier work. The TIMBUS projects aims at preserving pro-
cesses for the long term. In this paper we present the process
framework developed, and apply it to the preservation of a
Music Classi cation evaluation process. This classi cation
experiment represents a typical information retrieval process
for classifying music into prede ned categories, and evalu-
ating the performance thereof. The paper describes and
applies the process steps of the three phases of the TIMBUS
approach: plan, preserve and redeploy.

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