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AtoM stands for Access to Memory. It is a web-based, open source application for standards-based archival description and access in a multilingual, multi-repository environment.

Key features:

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veraPDF is a purpose-built, open source, file-format validator covering all PDF/A parts and conformance levels. veraPDF is designed to meet the needs of digital preservationists and is supported by the PDF software developer community.

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ePADD is a software package developed by Stanford University's Special Collections & University Archives that supports archival processes around the appraisal, ingest, processing, discovery, and delivery of email archives.

The software is comprised of four modules:

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  • digilib is a web based client/server technology for images. The image content is processed on-the-fly by a Java Servlet on the server side so that only the visible portion of the image is sent to the web browser on the client side.
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REPOX is a framework to manage data spaces. It comprises several channels to import data from data providers, services to transform data between schemas according to user's specified rules, and services to expose the results to the exterior.

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Goobi is an open source software application for digitisation projects and workflow management in libraries, museums and archives.

Goobi allows to model, manage and supervise freely definable production processes. Goobi includes importing data from library catalogues, scanning and content-based indexing and the digital presentation of results in standardised formats.

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The PERICLES Extraction Tool (PET) is an open source (Apache 2 licensed) Java software for the extraction of significant information from the environment where digital objects are created and modified. This information supports object use and reuse, e.g. for a better long-term preservation of data.

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Retailer is a platform for hosting simple web applications. Retailer apps are written in pure XSLT. Retailer itself is written in Java, and runs in a Java Servlet container such as Apache Tomcat.

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