Contents 1 The reference model 2 Requirements of the system 3 The OAIS environment and information model 4 The functional model 5 Adoption 6 See also 7 References

The reference model[edit] OAIS Functional Entities. The reference model: provides a framework for the understanding and increased awareness of archival concepts needed for long term digital information preservation and access. provides the concepts needed by non-archival organizations to be effective participants in the preservation process. provides a framework, including terminology and concepts, for describing and comparing architectures and operations of existing and future archives. provides a framework for describing and comparing different long term preservation strategies and techniques. provides a basis for comparing the data models of digital information preserved by Archives and for discussing how data models and the underlying information may change over time. provides a foundation that may be expanded by other efforts to cover long-term preservation of information that is not in digital form (e.g., physical media and physical samples). expands consensus on the elements and processes for long-term digital information preservation and access, and promotes a larger market which vendors can support. guides the identification and production of OAIS-related standards.[2]

Requirements of the system[edit] The reference model (ISO 14721:2003) includes the following responsibilities that an OAIS archive must abide by: Negotiate for and accept appropriate information from information Producers. Obtain sufficient control of the information provided to the level needed to ensure Long-Term Preservation. Determine, either by itself or in conjunction with other parties, which communities should become the Designated Community and, therefore, should be able to understand the information provided. Ensure that the information to be preserved is Independently Understandable to the Designated Community. In other words, the community should be able to understand the information without needing the assistance of the experts who produced the information. Follow documented policies and procedures which ensure that the information is preserved against all reasonable contingencies, and which enable the information to be disseminated as authenticated copies of the original, or as traceable to the original. Make the preserved information available to the Designated Community.[2]:3-1

The OAIS environment and information model[edit] The OAIS environment involves the interaction of four entities: producers of information, consumers of information (or the Designated Community), management, and the archive itself. The management component of the OAIS environment is not an entity that carries out day-to-day maintenance of an archive but a person or group that sets policies for the content contained in the archive. The OAIS model also defines an information model. Physical or digital items which contain information are known as data objects. Members of the Designated Community for an archive should be able to interpret and understand the information contained in a data object either because of their established knowledge base or with the assistance of supplementary "representation information" that is included with the data object. An information package includes the following information objects: Content Information: this includes the data object and its representation information Preservation Description Information: contains information necessary to preserve its affiliated content information (such as information about the item's provenance, unique identifiers, a Checksum or other authentication data, etc.) Packaging Information: holds the components of the information package together Descriptive Information: metadata about the object which allows the object to be located at a later time using the archive's search or retrieval functions There are three types of information package in the OAIS reference model: Submission Information Package (SIP): which is the information sent from the producer to the archive Archival Information Package (AIP): which is the information stored by the archive Dissemination Information Package (DIP): which is the information sent to a user when requested These three information packages may or may not be identical to each other.

The functional model[edit] There are six functional entities in an OAIS: Ingest function: receives information from producers and packages it for storage. It accepts a SIP, verifies it, creates an AIP from the SIP, and transfers the newly created AIP to archival storage Archival Storage function: stores, maintains, and retrieves AIPs. It accepts AIPs submitted from the Ingest function, assigns them to long term storage, migrates AIPs as needed, checks for errors, and provides requested AIPs to the Access function Data Management function: coordinates the Descriptive Information of the AIPs and the system information that supports the archive. It maintains the database that contains the archive's information by executing query requests and generating results; generates reports in support of other functions; and updates the database. Administration function: manages the daily operations of the archive. This function attains submission agreements from information producers, performs system engineering, audits SIPs to ensure compliance with submission agreements, develops policies and standards. It handles customer service and acts as the interface between Management and the Designated Community in the OAIS environment. Preservation Planning function: supports all tasks to keep the archive material accessible and understandable over long terms even if the original computing system becomes obsolete, e.g. development of detailed preservation/migration plans, technology watch, evaluation and risk analysis of content and recommendation of update and migration. Access function: This function includes the user interface that allows users to retrieve information from the archive. It generates a DIP from the relevant AIP and delivers it to the customer who has requested the information.[3]

Adoption[edit] Although originally developed by the Consultative Committee for Space Data Systems, a body dedicated to overseeing space agencies, as digital preservation has become a discipline unto itself, the OAIS has become the standard model for digital preservation systems at many institutions and organizations. OAIS-compliance has been a stated fundamental design requirement for major digital preservation and repository development efforts at the National Archives and Records Administration, Library of Congress, British Library, Bibliothèque nationale de France, National Library of the Netherlands, the Digital Curation Centre in the UK, OCLC (the Online Computer Library Center), the JSTOR (Journal Storage) scholarly journal archive, as well as several university library systems. Centre of Excellence for Digital Preservation, C-DAC, India has implemented OAIS for National Cultural Audiovisual Archive (NCAA) which has been certified as Trusted Digital Repository as per ISO 16363: 2012 during November 2017. This initiative was a part of Indian National Digital Preservation Program (NDPP). The OAIS has been the basis of numerous prominent digital preservation initiatives and standards including the Preservation Metadata: Implementation Strategies working group and the Trustworthy Repositories Audit & Certification (TRAC) document from OCLC.[4] which was an initial draft of, and subsequently superseded by, CCSDS 652.1-M-2 of the Consultative Committee for Space Data Systems;[1] this text is identical to ISO 16363:2012 which forms the basis of the ISO audit and certification of Trustworthy Repositories, more details about which are available here.

See also[edit] Data curation Digital preservation National Digital Library Program (NDLP) National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program (NDIIPP) CASPAR digital preservation project Trustworthy Repositories Audit & Certification National Digital Preservation Program (NDPP), India

References[edit] ^ a b - CCSDS Recommendations and Reports - All Publications ^ a b Consultative Committee for Space Data Systems. (2012). Reference Model for an Open Archival Information System (OAIS) Archived 2013-10-20 at the Wayback Machine.. Washington, DC: CCSDS Secretariat, p. 1-1. ^ Lavoie, Brian. "Meeting the challenges of digital preservation: The OAIS reference model". OCLC. Archived from the original on 2014-05-12. Retrieved 2014-05-19.  ^ Lee, Christopher A. (2005). "Defining Digital Preservation Work: A Case Study of the Development of the Reference Model for an Open Archival Information System". The University of Michigan. Retrieved 27 March 2014.  Reference Model for an Open Archival Information System (OAIS), Recommended Practice, CCSDS 650.0-M-2 (Magenta Book) Issue 2, June 2012 Reference Model for an Open Archival Information System (OAIS), Draft Recommended Standard, CCSDS 650.0-P-1.1 (Pink Book) Issue 1.1 August 2009 Work co-ordinated by RLG and NARA on standard(s) for accreditation of archives. Consultative Committee for Space Data Systems Retrieved from "" Categories: Reference modelsDigital librariesArchival scienceCCSDSDigital preservationHidden categories: Webarchive template wayback links

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