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Title: A model for live mission data systems using the OAIS reference model
Authors: Mandutianu, S.
Hughes, D.
Hyon, J.
Zamora, K.
Issue Date: 29-Sep-2002
Citation: CODATA 2002 Frontiers of Scientific and Technical Data
Montreal, Canada
Abstract: Space sciences are confronted with overwhelming volume of data. The data rates are increasing, the granularity of registered observations is continuously refining, and computer technology allows producing terabytes of images and catalogs. The inexpensive emerging storage technologies, combined with the availability of high-speed communications will offer the infrastructure for extremely large data repositories to be accessible on-line. Mission data will be quickly accessible almost immediately after it has been collected from space observations. On-line science will demand for new tools and technologies for data access, data analysis, and data discovery. These trends will enhance the archival operational concepts mainly related to the long-term information preservation, placing an equally important emphasis on rapid data production, and dissemination to consumers.
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