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Network Working Group J. Kunze Network Working Group J. Kunze
Internet-Draft California Digital Library Internet-Draft California Digital Library
Intended status: Informational E. Bermes Intended status: Informational E. Bermes
Expires: November 30, 2019 Bibliotheque nationale de France Expires: November 30, 2019 Bibliotheque nationale de France
May 29, 2019 May 29, 2019
The ARK Identifier Scheme The ARK Identifier Scheme
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Abstract Abstract
The ARK (Archival Resource Key) naming scheme is designed to The ARK (Archival Resource Key) naming scheme is designed to
facilitate the high-quality and persistent identification of facilitate the high-quality and persistent identification of
information objects. A founding principle of the ARK is that information objects. A founding principle of the ARK is that
persistence is purely a matter of service and is neither inherent in persistence is purely a matter of service and is neither inherent in
an object nor conferred on it by a particular naming syntax. The an object nor conferred on it by a particular naming syntax. The
best that an identifier can do is to lead users to the services that best that an identifier can do is to lead users to the services that
support robust reference. The term ARK itself refers both to the support robust reference. The term ARK itself refers both to the
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