Webarchiválás bibliográfia – újonnan felvett tételek

Frissítés dátuma: 2020-02-10


2014 not found: a cross-platform approach to retrospective web archiving

Típus Folyóiratcikk
Szerző Anat Ben-David
URL https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/24701475.2019.1654290
Kötet 3
Szám 3-4
Oldalszám 316-342
Kiadvány Internet Histories
Dátum Október 2019
DOI 10.1080/24701475.2019.1654290
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Címkék:

      • Google
      • Internet Archive
      • Twitter
      • War in Gaza
      • web archiving
      • Wikipedia
      • YouTube

A Framework for Web Archiving and Guaranteed Retrieval

Típus Dolgozat
Szerző A Devendran
Szerző K Arunkumar
Szerkesztő Neha Sharma
Szerkesztő Amlan Chakrabarti
Szerkesztő Valentina Emilia Balas
URL http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-981-13-9364-8_16
Hely Singapore
Kiadó Springer Singapore
Oldalszám 205-215
ISBN 978-981-13-9364-8
Dátum 2020
DOI 10.1007/978-981-13-9364-8_16
Kivonat As of today, ‘web.archive.org’ has more than 338 billion web pages archived. How many of those pages are 100% retrieval. How many of the pages were left out or ignored just because the page doesn’t have some compatibility issue? How many of them were vernacular language and encoded in different formats (before UNICODE is standardized)? If we are talking about the content-type text. Consider other mime types which were encoded and decoded with different algorithms. The fundamental reason for this lies with the fundamental representation of digital data. We all know a sequence of 0 s and 1 s doesn’t make proper sense unless it is decoded properly. At the time of archiving, the browsers which could have rendered properly might have gone obsolete or upgraded way beyond to recognize old formats or the browser platforms could have been upgraded to recognize old formats. We studied various data preservation, web archiving related works and proposed a new framework that could store the exact client browser details (user-agent) in the WARC record and use it to load corresponding browser @ client side and render the archived content.
Kiadvány címe Data Management, Analytics and Innovation. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 1016
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Címkék:

      • Web archiving
      • Guaranteed retrieval
      • Personal data

Accessing Web Archives: Integrating an Archive-It Collection into EBSCO Discovery Service

Típus Folyóiratcikk
Szerző Christina A. Beis
Szerző Kayla Nicole Harris
Szerző Stephanie L. Shreffler
URL https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/19322909.2019.1625844
Kötet 13
Szám 3
Oldalszám 246-259
Kiadvány Journal of Web Librarianship
Dátum Július 2019
DOI 10.1080/19322909.2019.1625844
Kivonat Effective collaboration between archives and technical services can increase the discoverability of special collection materials. Archivists at the University of Dayton Libraries began using Archive-It to capture websites relevant to their collecting policies in 2015. However, the collections were only made available to users from the University of Dayton page on the Archive-It website. Content was isolated in a separate platform and was not promoted to users. Working together, the team of archivists and technical services librarians incorporated the web archive collections into the Libraries’ EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS) discovery layer. A local data dictionary was created based on OCLC’s Descriptive Metadata for Web Archiving report (2018), and metadata was added at the seed and collection levels. The result was indexed content on a single, user-friendly platform. The web archive collections were then marketed to the University of Dayton community, and statistics were generated on their use. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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Címkék:

      • web archiving
      • academic libraries
      • Archive-It
      • collaboration
      • discovery layer: EBSCO Discovery Services: metadat
      • social media
      • special collections
      • web-scale discovery

Behind the Scenes of Web Archiving: Metadata of Harvested Websites

Típus Könyvfejezet
Szerző Emmanuel Di Pretoro
Szerző Friedel Geeraert
Szerkesztő R. Depoortere
Szerkesztő T. Gheldof
Szerkesztő D. Styven
Szerkesztő J.Eycken, Der Van
URL https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02124714
Hely Brussels
Kiadó Archives et Bibliothèques de Belgique – Archief- en Bibliotheekwezen in België
Oldalszám 63-74
Dátum 2019
Könyv címe Press, Trust and Understanding: the value of metadata in a digitally joined-up world
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Born-digital archives

Típus Folyóiratcikk
Szerző Thorsten Ries
Szerző Gábor Palkó
URL https://doi.org/10.1007/s42803-019-00011-x
Kötet 1
Szám 1
Oldalszám 1-11
Kiadvány International Journal of Digital Humanities
Dátum 2019
DOI 10.1007/s42803-019-00011-x
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Building Companionship Between Community and Personal Archiving: Strengthening Personal Digital Archiving Support in Community-Based Mobile Digitization Projects

Típus Folyóiratcikk
Szerző Ruohua Han
URL http://10.0.5.235/pdtc-2018-0014
Kötet 48
Szám 1
Oldalszám 6-16
Kiadvány Preservation, Digital Technology & Culture
Dátum Március 2019
DOI 10.1515/pdtc-2018-0014
Kivonat The interconnectedness between personal digital archiving (PDA) and community-based digital archiving provides an entry point for thinking about how to better bridge the two within single projects. Flexibility and sustainability are dimensions that warrant special consideration to support PDA within community-based digital archiving projects. This paper examines the flexibility and sustainability of two community-based mobile digitization projects (Culture in Transit and Georgia HomePLACE DigiKits) in supporting PDA. The assessment shows that the projects are in a good position to support PDA, with only some concerns about ensuring sustainable access to digitization equipment and sufficient guidance in long-term preservation. Drawing from this work, I propose three ways community-based mobile digitization projects can be redesigned to further strengthen their support for PDA without undermining their community-based objectives. The goal of this paper is to demonstrate the value in considering connections and differences between community and personal archiving needs in current and future projects, and calls for further coordination of efforts and collaboration to build better collaboration between community and personal archiving.
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Címkék:

      • Collaboration
      • Community archiving
      • COMMUNITY involvement
      • DIGITAL preservation
      • DIGITIZATION of archival materials
      • Mobile digitization units
      • Personal digital archiving (PDA)
      • TECHNOLOGICAL innovations
      • WEB archiving

Jegyzetek:


Accession Number: 135645983; Han, Ruohua 1; Email Address: rhan11@illinois.edu; Affiliation: 1: School of Information Sciences, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Champaign, IL, USA; Source Info: Apr2019, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p6; Subject Term: DIGITIZATION of archival materials; Subject Term: WEB archiving; Subject Term: COMMUNITY involvement; Subject Term: DIGITAL preservation; Subject Term: TECHNOLOGICAL innovations; Author-Supplied Keyword: Collaboration; Author-Supplied Keyword: Community archiving; Author-Supplied Keyword: Mobile digitization units; Author-Supplied Keyword: Personal digital archiving (PDA); Number of Pages: 11p; Document Type: Article; Full Text Word Count: 7630


CZ web archive development. Data processing and provision in cluster

Típus Dolgozat
Szerző Zdenko Vozár
URL https://kolokvium.ulib.sk/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/B34_P_Vozar_CZ.pdf
Dátum 2019
Kiadvány címe 8th Colloqium Library and Information Experts of the V4+ Countries
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Distant reading: The Frisian Web Domain

Típus Folyóiratcikk
Szerző Kees Teszelszky
URL http://mekosztaly.oszk.hu/mia/doc/DH_2019/2019.09.11_Teszelszky_Friese_web.pptx
Dátum 2019
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Estimating PageRank deviations in crawled graphs

Típus Folyóiratcikk
Szerző Helge Holzmann
Szerző Avishek Anand
Szerző Megha Khosla
URL https://doi.org/10.1007/s41109-019-0201-9
Kötet 4
Szám 1
Oldalszám 86-86
Kiadvány Applied Network Science
Dátum 2019
DOI 10.1007/s41109-019-0201-9
Kivonat Most real-world graphs collected from the Web like Web graphs and social network graphs are partially discovered or crawled. This leads to inaccurate estimates of graph properties based on link analysis such as PageRank. In this paper we focus on studying such deviations in ordering/ranking imposed by PageRank over crawled graphs. We first show that deviations in rankings induced by PageRank are indeed possible. We measure how much a ranking, induced by PageRank, on an input graph could deviate from the original unseen graph. More importantly, we are interested in conceiving a measure that approximates the rank correlation among them without any knowledge of the original graph. To this extent we formulate the HAK measure that is based on computing the impact redistribution of PageRank according to the local graph structure. We further propose an algorithm that identifies connected subgraphs over the input graph for which the relative ordering is preserved. Finally, we perform extensive experiments on both real-world Web and social network graphs with more than 100M vertices and 10B edges as well as synthetic graphs to showcase the utility of HAK and our High-fidelity Component Selection approach.
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Címkék:

      • Crawls
      • PageRank
      • Ranking deviations

Experimenting with computational methods for large-scale studies of tracking technologies in web archives

Típus Folyóiratcikk
Szerző Janne Nielsen
URL https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/24701475.2019.1671074
Kötet 3
Szám 3-4
Oldalszám 293-315
Kiadvány Internet Histories
Dátum Október 2019
DOI 10.1080/24701475.2019.1671074
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Címkék:

      • big data
      • computational methods
      • historiography
      • Web history
      • web tracking

Historical Web as a Tool for Analyzing Social Change BT – Second International Handbook of Internet Research

Típus Könyvfejezet
Szerző Ralph Schroeder
Szerző Niels Brügger
Szerző Josh Cowls
Szerkesztő Jeremy Hunsinger
Szerkesztő Matthew M Allen
Szerkesztő Lisbeth Klastrup
URL https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-024-1555-1_24
Hely Dordrecht
Kiadó Springer Netherlands
Oldalszám 489-504
ISBN 978-94-024-1555-1
Dátum 2020
Egyéb DOI: 10.1007/978-94-024-1555-1_24
Kivonat This chapter discusses how the World Wide Web can be used as a resource for historians and social scientists. The web has existed for more than two decades and been used for many purposes, including as a source of information, entertainment, and much else. It has become an indispensable part of our daily lives. Future historians and social scientists are therefore bound to look to the web, its content, and structure, to understand how society was changing – just as they have used various records such as letters, novels, newspapers, radio, television, and other artifacts as a record of the past for the pre-digital era. This chapter explores how scholars can make use of the archived web as a source for understanding historical patterns of culture and society, including the challenges they face in doing so.
Könyv címe Second International Handbook of Internet Research
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Memory of the World, Documentary Heritage and Digital Technology: Critical Perspectives BT – The UNESCO Memory of the World Programme: Key Aspects and Recent Developments

Típus Könyvfejezet
Szerző Anca Claudia Prodan
Szerkesztő Ray Edmondson
Szerkesztő Lothar Jordan
Szerkesztő Anca Claudia Prodan
URL https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-18441-4_11
Hely Cham
Kiadó Springer International Publishing
Oldalszám 159-174
ISBN 978-3-030-18441-4
Dátum 2020
Egyéb DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-18441-4_11
Kivonat This chapter explores the potential that critically oriented perspectives hold for broadened insights about the heritage value of digital documents. Digital technology has significantly changed the way documents are conceptualized, created, accessed, transmitted and preserved, and digital documents are characterized by features that challenge established perspectives. Although any of these features may hold heritage significance, digital documentary heritage is poorly represented in the context of the UNESCO Memory of the World Programme (MoW), in particular on the International Memory of the World Register, which contains a selection of some of the most globally representative documents in any form, including the digital. Observing that libraries and archives, and their underlying disciplines, which have informed MoW, have been dominated by positivism, this chapter builds on the assumption that approaching documents too narrowly entails the risk of overlooking the manifold significance they could have. Consequently, I suggest that moving away from positivism and adopting critical perspectives might help us understand more comprehensively the manifold heritage significance of digital documents. For illustration, I am using the example of software, and I discuss how the adoption of critical perspectives enables broadened insights about the significance of software, not just as a component in a digital document but also as a document in its own right.
Könyv címe The UNESCO Memory of the World Programme. Heritage Studies.
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Címkék:

      • Critical code studies
      • Critical perspectives
      • Definitions
      • Digital documentary heritage
      • Software heritage
      • Software studies

Mirkwood: An Online Parallel Crawler BT – International Joint Conference: 12th International Conference on Computational Intelligence in Security for Information Systems (CISIS 2019) and 10th International Conference on EUropean Transnational Education (I

Típus Dolgozat
Szerző Juan F García
Szerző Miguel V Carriegos
Szerkesztő Francisco Martínez Álvarez
Szerkesztő Alicia Troncoso Lora
Szerkesztő José António Sáez Muñoz
Szerkesztő Héctor Quintián
Szerkesztő Emilio Corchado
Hely Cham
Kiadó Springer International Publishing
Oldalszám 47-56
ISBN 978-3-030-20005-3
Dátum 2020
Kivonat In this research we present Mirkwood, a parallel crawler for fast and online syntactic analysis of websites. Configured by default to behave as a focused crawler, analysing exclusively a limited set of hosts, it includes seed extraction capabilities, which allows it to autonomously obtain high quality sites to crawl. Mirkwood is designed to run in a computer cluster, taking advantage of all the cores of its individual machines (virtual or physical), although it can also run on a single machine. By analysing sites online and not downloading the web content, we achieve crawling speeds several orders of magnitude faster than if we did, while assuring that the content we check is up to date. Our crawler relies on MPI, for the cluster of computers, and threading, for each individual machine of the cluster. Our software has been tested in several platforms, including the Supercomputer Calendula. Mirkwood is entirely written in Java language, making it multi–platform and portable.
Kiadvány címe International Joint Conference: 12th International Conference on Computational Intelligence in Security for Information Systems (CISIS 2019) and 10th International Conference on EUropean Transnational Education (ICEUTE 2019). CISIS 2019, ICEUTE 2019. Adva
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Personal and Community Connection: Introduction to the Special Issue on Personal Digital Archiving 2018

Típus Folyóiratcikk
Szerző Melody Condron
URL http://10.0.5.235/pdtc-2019-0002
Kötet 48
Szám 1
Oldalszám 1-2
Kiadvány Preservation, Digital Technology & Culture
Dátum Március 2019
DOI 10.1515/pdtc-2019-0002
Kivonat On April 23–25, 2018, the University of Houston hosted the annual Personal Digital Archiving (PDA) Conference in Houston, Texas. The conference is a focused, single-track event that brings together information professionals, students, and non-academics. Though small, the conference commonly attracts attendees from around the world to discuss topics focused on the intersection of personal archiving and technology. The three-day event was comprised of two full days of presentations to all attendees. Over 140 attendees from five countries were in attendance. Two keynotes, nineteen sessions with question and answer panels, seven posters, and six lightning talks were presented. A third day offered two hands-on workshops and a tour of the Houston Metropolitan Research Center. In this introduction, the Chair of the Conference Planning Committee and Guest Editor of this issue, Melody Condron, discusses highlights of the conference, as well as themes and discussion that tie into the papers presented in this issue.
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Címkék:

      • DIGITIZATION of archival materials
      • TECHNOLOGICAL innovations
      • WEB archiving
      • Archival Preservation
      • Community Archiving
      • DIGITAL libraries
      • Digital Preservation
      • DIGITAL technology
      • Personal Digital Archiving (PDA)

Jegyzetek:


Accession Number: 135645989; Condron, Melody 1; Email Address: macondron@uh.edu; Affiliation: 1: University of Houston Libraries, Houston, TX, USA, Tel.: +713-743-9682; Source Info: Apr2019, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p1; Subject Term: DIGITAL technology; Subject Term: WEB archiving; Subject Term: DIGITIZATION of archival materials; Subject Term: TECHNOLOGICAL innovations; Subject Term: DIGITAL libraries; Author-Supplied Keyword: Archival Preservation; Author-Supplied Keyword: Community Archiving; Author-Supplied Keyword: Digital Preservation; Author-Supplied Keyword: Personal Digital Archiving (PDA); NAICS/Industry Codes: 519120 Libraries and Archives; Number of Pages: 2p; Document Type: Article; Full Text Word Count: 1275


Researching public library programs through Facebook events: a new research approach

Típus Folyóiratcikk
Szerző Mia Høj Mathiasson
Szerző Henrik Jochumsen
URL https://www.emerald.com/insight/content/doi/10.1108/JD-08-2018-0137/full/html
Kötet 75
Szám 4
Oldalszám 857-875
Kiadvány Journal of Documentation
Dátum Július 2019
DOI 10.1108/JD-08-2018-0137
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Címkék:

      • Web archiving
      • Facebook events
      • Grounded theory
      • Public libraries
      • Public library programmes
      • Research methods
      • Social media content

Social media data archives in an API-driven world

Típus Folyóiratcikk
Szerző Amelia Acker
Szerző Adam Kreisberg
URL https://doi.org/10.1007/s10502-019-09325-9
Kiadvány Archival Science
Dátum 2019
DOI 10.1007/s10502-019-09325-9
Kivonat In this article, we explore the long-term preservation implications of application programming interfaces (APIs) which govern access to data extracted from social media platforms. We begin by introducing the preservation problems that arise when APIs are the primary way to extract data from platforms, and how tensions fit with existing models of archives and digital repository development. We then define a range of possible types of API users motivated to access social media data from platforms and consider how these users relate to principles of digital preservation. We discuss how platforms’ policies and terms of service govern the set of possibilities for access using these APIs and how the current access regime permits persistent problems for archivists who seek to provide access to collections of social media data. We conclude by surveying emerging models for access to social media data archives found in the USA, including community driven not-for-profit community archives, university research repositories, and early industry–academic partnerships with platforms. Given the important role these platforms occupy in capturing and reflecting our digital culture, we argue that archivists and memory workers should apply a platform perspective when confronting the rich problem space that social platforms and their APIs present for the possibilities of social media data archives, asserting their role as “developer stewards” in preserving culturally significant data from social media platforms.
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The invention and dissemination of the spacer gif: implications for the future of access and use of web archives

Típus Folyóiratcikk
Szerző Trevor Owens
Szerző Grace Helen Thomas
URL https://doi.org/10.1007/s42803-019-00006-8
Kötet 1
Szám 1
Oldalszám 71-84
Kiadvány International Journal of Digital Humanities
Dátum 2019
DOI 10.1007/s42803-019-00006-8
Kivonat Over the last two decades publishing and distributing content on the Web has become a core part of society. This ephemeral content has rapidly become an essential component of the human record. Writing histories of the late 20th and early 21st century will require engaging with web archives. The scale of web content and of web archives presents significant challenges for how research can access and engage with this material. Digital humanities scholars are advancing computational methods to work with corpora of millions of digitized resources, but to fully engage with the growing content of two decades of web archives, we now require methods to approach and examine billions, ultimately trillions, of incongruous resources. This article approaches one seemingly insignificant, but fundamental, aspect in web design history: the use of tiny transparent images as a tool for layout design, and surfaces how traces of these files can illustrate future paths for engaging with web archives. This case study offers implications for future methods allowing scholars to engage with web archives. It also prompts considerations for librarians and archivists in thinking about web archives as data and the development of systems, qualitative and quantitative, through which to make this material available.
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Címkék:

      • Computational scholarship
      • Cryptographic hash
      • Digital history
      • Web archiving

Web Archive

Típus Folyóiratcikk
Szerző Niels Ole Finnemann
URL http://10.0.22.139/0943-7444-2019-1-47
Kötet 46
Szám 1
Oldalszám 47-70
Kiadvány KNOWLEDGE ORGANIZATION
Dátum Január 2019
DOI 10.5771/0943-7444-2019-1-47
Kivonat This article deals with the function of general web archives within the emerging organization of fastgrowing digital knowledge resources. It opens with a brief overview of reasons why general web archives are needed. Sections two and three present major, long term web archive initiatives and discuss the purposes and possible functions and unknown future needs, demands and concerns. Section four analyses three main principles for the selection of materials to be preserved in contemporary web archiving strategies, topic-centric, domain-centric and time-centric archiving strategies and how to combine these to provide a broad and rich archive. Section five is concerned with inherent limitations and why web archives are always flawed. The last section deals with the question whether and how web archives may be considered a new type of knowledge organization system (KOS) necessary to preserve web materials, to allow for the development of a range of new methodologies, to analyze these particular corpora in long term and long tail perspectives, and to build a bridge towards the rapidly expanding but fragmented landscape of digital archives, libraries, research infrastructures and other sorts of digital repositories. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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Címkék:

      • Web archiving
      • archives
      • Corpora (Linguistics)
      • digital
      • Information science
      • Knowledge management
      • knowledge organization
      • materials
      • web archives
      • Web archives

Jegyzetek:


Accession Number: 134891435; Finnemann, Niels Ole 1; Email Address: finnemann@hum.ku.dk; Affiliations: 1 : University of Copenhagen, Department of Information Studies, Njalsgade 76, DK 2300 Copenhagen; Source Info: 2019, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p47; Thesaurus Term: Web archives; Thesaurus Term: Knowledge management; Thesaurus Term: Information science; Subject Term: Web archiving; Subject Term: Corpora (Linguistics); Author-Supplied Keyword: archives; Author-Supplied Keyword: digital; Author-Supplied Keyword: knowledge organization; Author-Supplied Keyword: materials; Author-Supplied Keyword: web archives; Number of Pages: 24p; Illustrations: 1 Color Photograph; Document Type: Article


Web archives as a data resource for digital scholars

Típus Folyóiratcikk
Szerző Eveline Vlassenroot
Szerző Sally Chambers
Szerző Emmanuel Di Pretoro
Szerző Friedel Geeraert
Szerző Gerald Haesendonck
Szerző Alejandra Michel
Szerző Peter Mechant
URL http://link.springer.com/10.1007/s42803-019-00007-7
Kötet 1
Szám 1
Oldalszám 85-111
Kiadvány International Journal of Digital Humanities
Dátum Április 2019
DOI 10.1007/s42803-019-00007-7
Kivonat The aim of this article is to provide an exploratory analysis of the landscape of web archiving activities in Europe. Our contribution, based on desk research, and complemented with data from interviews with representatives of European heritage institutions, provides a descriptive overview of the state-of-the-art of national web archiving in Europe. It is written for a broad interdisciplinary audience, including cultural heritage professionals, IT specialists and managers, and humanities and social science researchers. The legal, technical and operational aspects of web archiving and the value of web archives as born-digital primary research resources are both explored. In addition to investigating the organisations involved and the scope of their web archiving programmes, the curatorial aspects of the web archiving process, such as selection of web content, the tools used and the provision of access and discovery services are also considered. Furthermore, general policies related to web archiving programmes are analysed. The article concludes by offering four important issues that digital scholars should consider when using web archives as a historical data source. Whilst recognising that this study was limited to a sample of only nine web archives, this article can nevertheless offer some useful insights into the technical, legal, curatorial and policy-related aspects of web archiving. Finally, this paper could function as a stepping stone for more extensive and qualitative research.
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