Difference between revisions of "Tools and Models"
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| Tika detects and extracts metadata and structured text content from various documents.
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|OAIS||91||33||86||89||95||94||Originating from the space data community, OAIS has become the bible of the wider digital preservation community. It provides a high level framework of a digital repository and a diagram that MUST be present in any presentation on digital preservation.|
|FITS||76||25||79||56||69||95||A characterisation tool that runs an array of atomic preservation tools and combines and normalises the output to simplify analysis and reuse.|
|DROID||45||76||64||41||79||62||DROID is a file format identification tool developed by The National Archives. It identifies file formats based on the definitions contained within The National Archives’ file format registry, PRONOM.|
|Apache Tika||72||33||81||52||62||88||Tika detects and extracts metadata and structured text content from various documents. It has been used successfully to gather characterisation information for digital collections.|