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  • in a networked environment software licensing issues arising out of emulation potential use in multiplatform environment institutional support software deployment List of Issues SPR:Emulation and authenticity issues
  • emulationServicesSoftwareArchive Software Archive Emulators are not the only software required to ensure longterm access to some object of interest … . This means that for a software archive, operating systems must be stored alongside the corresponding platform emulators. The same applies to applications required
  • Emulation Interest Group

    Welcome This space is the home for the activities of the OPF Emulation Interest Group. Navigate space Aims The aims of this group are to: Promote emulation as a preservation strategy Publish usecase & user stories Collect emulation tools & technology (e.g. a registry) Establish user support (forum / wiki) per
  • Freiburg Hackathon PREMIS.pdf

    their use  Possibility to associate a registryKey with an environment 13 Nov 2012 8 Use Case 3: Environment Used for emulation preservation action  Example from … hardware urn:xnbn:de:y5 MSDOS 7.1 operating system urn:xnbn:de:y4 DOSBox software emulator urn:xnbn:de:y6 QEMU 1.2 hardware emulator urn:xnbn:de:y7 Emulation
  • emulationServicesFAQSoftware Software needed for Emulation As for most digital artifacts it is impossible to open e.g. a Word Perfect text document on plain computer hardware. In general rendering or accessing an object requires a typically large and often complex set of software components: not only the original
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  • of the DOS environment either through virtualization or emulation. Accessing, installing and playing the game on the DOS environment. List of Issues Modern USB floppy
  • carefully. Emulation Emulation is a functional preservation strategy that preserves the digital material in the original file format and develops software tools that can simulate the original software needed to access the digital material. When choosing emulation as functional preservation strategy, planning and resourcing
  • of preservation actions, both via emulated and nonemulated environments. Users will be guided through a number of key use cases for such systems, each evaluated