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JHOVE2 Bibliography

Abrams, Stephen, "Preservation Characterization," Preservation and Archiving Special Interest Group (PASIG) Spring Meeting, San Francisco, May 27-29, 2008.

Abrams, Stephen, Sheila Morrissey, and Tom Cramer, "'What? So What?': The Next-Generation JHOVE2 Architecture for Format-Aware Characterization," International Journal of Digital Curation 4:3 (2009) 123-136.

Blanchi, Christophe, and Jason Petrone, An Architecture for Digital Object Typing, Corporation for National Research Initiatives, 2001.

Brown, Adrian , "Developing Practical Approaches to Active Preservation," International Journal of Digital Curation 2.1 (2007) pp 3-11.

Hartle, Michael, Arsene Botchak, Daniel Schumann, and Max Mühlhäuser, "A Logic-based approach to the formal specification of data formats," iPRES 2008: The Fifth International Conference on Preservation of Digital Objects, British Library, London, September 29-30, 2008.

Heydegger, Volker, Johanna Neumann, Jan Schnasse, and Manfred Thaller, Planets: Basic design for the extensible characterisation languages, Planets project IST-2006-033789, deliverables PC/2-D1 and PC/2-D2, October 31, 2006.

Littman, Justin, "A Technical Approach and Distributed Model for Validation of Digital Objects," D-Lib Magazine 12.5 (May 2006).

Pearson, David, and Colin Webb, "Defining File Format Obsolescence: a Risky Journey," International Journal of Digital Curation 2008 (3:1) pp89-106.

Pearson, David, and Matthew Walker, Report of the Format Notification and Obsolescence Service, National Library of Australia, November 2007.

Report on tool and service approach, Planets project, IST-2006-033789, deliverable PA/4-D1, February 28, 2007.

Stone, Larry, "BitstreamFormat Renovation: DSpace Gets Real Technical Metadata," Open Repositories '08, Southampton, April 1-4, 2008.

Sytec Resources, Metadata Extraction Tool: Software Architecture, National Library of New Zealand, June 17, 2003.

Sytec Resources, Metadata Extraction: Solution Architecture, National Library of New Zealand, June 18, 2003.