Y Kim and S Ross, 2015, “An Approach to Document Fingerprinting,” in R B Allen, et al. (eds.), Digital Libraries: Providing Quality Information, ICADL2015, LNCS9469, pp.107-119, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-27974-9 11 Proceedings of the 17th Asian Digital Library Conference ICADL 2015, December 9-12, 2015, Yonsei University, Seoul, KOR.
V Banos, Y Kim, S Ross, and Y Manolopoulos, 2013, “CLEAR: a credible method to evaluate website archivability,” in J Borbinha, M Nelson, and S Knight (eds.), Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Preservation of Digital Objects (iPRES2013), (Lisboa, PT: Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal), September 2-6, 2013.
S Ross, 2012, “Digital Preservation, Archival Science and Methodological Foundations for Digital Libraries,” New Review of Information Networking, 17(1), pp. 43 – 68.
Y Kim and S Ross, 2012, “Digital Forensics Formats: Seeking a Digital Preservation Storage Container Format for Web Archiving,”International Journal of Digital Curation, 7(2), pp. 21- 39.
Y.Kim and S Ross, 2011, “Formulating representative features with respect to genre classification,” Text, speech and language technology, 42, pp. 129 -147.
L Candela, G Athanasopoulos, D Castelli, K El Raheb, P Innocenti, Y Ioannidis, A Katifori, A Nika, G Vullo, and S Ross, 2011, The Digital Library Reference Model, DL.ORG EU Digital Libraries Project, Technical Report DL.ORG, Pisa, IT.
G Oliver, Y Kim, and S Ross, 2009, “Documentary genre and digital record-keeping: red herring or a way forward?,” Archival Science, 8 (4), pp. 295 – 305.
A Rusbridge and S Ross, 2008, “Ingest Strategies for Digital Libraries: the Challenges of Handling Portable Objects,” , IFLA2003 World Library and Information Congress, August 10-14, 2008, 74th IFLA, Quebec, CA.
A McHugh, S Ross, P Innocenti, R Ruusalepp, and H Hofman, 2008, “Bringing Self Assessment Home: Repository Profiling and Key Lines of Enquiry Within DRAMBORA,”International Journal of Digital Curation, 3(2), pp. 130-142.
S Jones, S Ross, and R Ruusalepp, 2008, “The Data Audit Framework: a Toolkit to identify research assets and improve data management in research led institutions,” Proceedings 5th International Conference on Preservation of Digital Objects (iPRES 2008). Joining up and working: Tools and Methods for Digital Preservation, September 29-30, 2008, British Library, London, UK, pp. 257-263.
A McHugh, S Ross, R Ruusaleep, and H Hofman, 2007, The Digital Repository Audit Method Based on Risk Assessment (DRAMBORA), 256 pages, (ISBN 978-1-906242-00-8).
S Ross, 2006, “Approaching Digital Preservation Holistically,” Information Management and Preservation, (Oxford: Chandos Press), pp.115-153, (ISBN 1843341867).
S Ross, M Donnelly, M Dobreva, D Abbott, A McHugh, and A Rusbridge, 2005, Core Technologies for the Cultural and Scientific Heritage Sector, DigiCULT Technology Watch Report 3, European Commission, 296 pages, (ISBN 92-894-5277-3).
S Ross, 2000, Changing Trains at Wigan: Digital Preservation and the Future of Scholarship, National Preservation Office (British Library), Occasional Publication, 44 pages, ISBN 0712347178.
S Ross and A Gow, 1999, Digital archaeology? Rescuing Neglected or Damaged Data Resources, (London & Bristol: British Library and Joint Information Systems Committee), (ISBN 1900508516).
Example Recent Presentations/Papers (last 12 months):
– [Invited talk], Enabling Digital Curation in the Context of Digital Repositories: Risk Assessment, Management and Mitigation. School of Information Sciences and Technology, Athens University of Economics and Business, March 9, 2016, Athens, GR.
– [Keynote], Data Analytics and Digital Curation, ICADL 2015 (Asian Digital Library Conference), December 9-12, 2015, (December 11, 2015), Yonsei University, Seoul, KO.
– [Invited talk] The Digital Resilience and the Renewable Data Economy: Emerging approaches to data management across time, technologies, and socio-cultural environments, School of Information Resource Management, Renmin University of China, November 2, 2015. Beijing, CN.
– [Luojia Forum Lecture], Digital Resilience and the Renewable Data Economy: Emerging approaches to data management across time, technologies, and socio-cultural environments,118th Luojia Forum Lecture, Wuhan University, October 27, 2015, Wuhan, Hubei, CN.