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Preserving the pyramid of STI using buckets

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Considers a formal publication to represent an abstract to a larger body of work: a pvramid of scientific and technical information (STI). While this abstract may be sufficient for some applications, an in-depth use or analysis is likely to require the supporting layers from the pyramid. Describes how "buckets" have been developed to preserve this pyramid of STI. Buckets provide an archive- and protoeol-independent container construct in which all related information objects can be logically grouped together, archived, and manipulated as a single object. Furthermore, buckets are active archival objects and can communicate with each other, people, or arbitrary network services. Buckets are an implementation of the Smart Object, Dumb Archive (SODA) DL model. Discusses the motivation, design, and implication of bucket use in DLs with respect to grey literature.
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Keywords: Documents; Grey Literatue; Information Resources Management; Libraries; Object-Oriented Computing; Research

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 April 2000

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