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A common model to support interoperable metadata : progress report on reconciling metadata requirements from Dublin Core and INDECS/DOI communities

Author: Eric J Miller; David Bearman; Godfrey Rust; Jennifer Trant; Stuart L Weibel
Edition/Format:   Article : Document   Computer File : English
Publication:Annual review of OCLC research (Online) 1998
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The Dublin Core metadata community and the INDECS/DOI community of authors, rights holders, and publishers are seeking common ground in the expression of metadata for information resources. Recent meetings at the 6th Dublin Core Workshop in Washington DC sketched out common models for semantics (informed by the requirements articulated in the IFLA Functional Requirements for the Bibliographic Record) and conventions  Read more...
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Article, Computer File, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Eric J Miller; David Bearman; Godfrey Rust; Jennifer Trant; Stuart L Weibel
OCLC Number: 54015633
Notes: Title from title screen (viewed Jan. 13, 2004).
Author list: David Bearman, Eric J. Miller, Godfrey Rust, Jennifer Trant, Stuart L. Weibel.
Details: Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Responsibility: David Bearman [and others].

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The Dublin Core metadata community and the INDECS/DOI community of authors, rights holders, and publishers are seeking common ground in the expression of metadata for information resources. Recent meetings at the 6th Dublin Core Workshop in Washington DC sketched out common models for semantics (informed by the requirements articulated in the IFLA Functional Requirements for the Bibliographic Record) and conventions for knowledge representation (based on the Resource Description Framework under development by the W3C). Further development of detailed requirements is planned by both communities in the coming months with the aim of fully representing the metadata needs of each. An open "Schema Harmonization" working group has been established to identify a common framework to support interoperability among these communities. The present document represents a starting point identifying historical developments and common requirements of these perspectives on metadata and charts a path for harmonizing their respective conceptual models. It is hoped that collaboration over the coming year will result in agreed semantic and syntactic conventions that will support a high degree of interoperability among these communities, ideally expressed in a single data model and using common, standard tools.

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