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Logical migration refers to moving information from one logical format to another, such as from an old application version to a new version, to preserve readability, interpretability, and integrity. Logical migration converts the content and representation information of an information object into a new information object (a transformation) and maintains an audit trail of the change, documenting the conversion event.

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